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Get ready for a Facebook Smartwatch? – Top Tech News

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Get ready for a Facebook Smartwatch?

In a surprising move, multiple sources are suggesting that Facebook is working on smartwatch product. Although sources haven’t hinted about the exact timeline, they claim that smartwatch can be launched anytime soon. Reports further claim that among other features Facebook smartwatch will have two detachable cameras and heartbeat monitor

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TikTok & WeChat ban is revoked in the U.S

In a big relief for Chinese companies operating their apps in the U.S. market, the Biden government has revoked TikTok and WeChat ban. However, Biden administration said that his government will continue to block apps that pose threat to national security. But for time being it has excluded TikTok and WeChat from this list. TikTok & WeChat were banned in the U.S. last year follow Trump’s executive orders last year.

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Bitcoin becomes a legal tender in El Salvador

El Salvador has officially become the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as a legal tender. This after the country’s parliament voted overwhelmingly in favor of the bill legalizing bitcoin.

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SpaceX’s Starlink wants to rollout Wifi Internet services during air-flight

SpaceX's rocket launch.

SpaceX launching satellite into earth’s orbit

It is almost impossible, if not completely impossible, to access Wifi internet during an airflight. SpaceX’s Starlink, which provides internet via satellite, aims to resolve this problem. According to reports, Elon Musk’s company is in talks with several airline companies to launch its wifi services

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Forget about Self-driving cars, Alibaba wants to launch self-driving trucks

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Photo of Alibaba founder & CEO Jack Ma

 

While the world is busy in testing self-driving cars, Alibaba wants to take things one step ahead. The Chinese tech giant is planning to work on self-driving trucks. The company will pursue this ambitious project along with its subsidiary logistics company Cainiao.

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