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Elon Musk’s SpaceX wins yet another Massive NASA Contract
This isn’t the first time and it won’t be last time either. Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX has over the years emerged as the preferred space partner of NASA and continuing with this strategic partnership America’s space agency has awarded yet another lucrative contract to Musk’s space startup. NASA has picked SpaceX for building a lunar lander, a contract that is worth $2.9 Bn. This project is a part of the Artemis mission that aims to send humans to moon by 2024.
Telegram rolls out two new web apps with enhanced features
Telegram has launched not one but two web apps with improved and better features. Telegram and WhatsApp had rolled out web apps long time back but they are not as popular as mobile apps. The Telegram web app has been especially at the receiving end since it has not got any major update in recent past. To resolve this issue, Telegram has now launched one but two web apps – Telegarm webK and Telegarm WebZ. However, it is not clear why WhatsApp rival has launched two apps and one app.
What the hack is Dogecoin? A crypto that is taking the world by storm
While Coinbase’s Nasdaq listing couple of days back has been hailed as the watershed moment for the crypto world, it is ‘Dogecoin’ that is taking the crypto industry by storm. An altcoin that was treated as a nothing but a joke only few years back is now valued at staggering $50 Bn. What is really fuelling the growth of this ‘joke token..’ To get some clarity on this question, click here.
Your Google Chrome has just got a big update
Today Google Chrome is the world’s default web browser, leaving Mozilla firefox and other web browsers way behind. The default web browser, by the way, has just come with a new update that promises to take the productivity of all its web browsers to next level. From new PDF feature to enhanced battery life for Mac users, Chrome’s new update is something to watch out for. To know more, please click here.
Facebook delays the decision to whether or not reinstate Donald Trump’s account
Facebook’s oversight board has pushed the date further to announce its whether to reinstate former U.S President Donald Trump’s account on all Facebook owned platforms including Instagram. To read more, please click here.