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Google plans to transform Youtube into an Online Shopping Hub
Youtube is currently busy testing a new feature that will allow its users to directly buy products they see on Youtube video. If this feature is indeed introduced on a full-fledge basis then it will probably one of the biggest changes that Google has made to its streaming platform. According to reports, Google has also tied with Shopify to run this experiment. To know more click here.
Apple Vs Epic Games: Court refuses to reinstate Epic’s Frontline on IOS app store
Epic Games’ Frontline will have to wait a bit longer to make a comeback on Apple’s app store. This after the court on Friday refused to reinstate Epic’s Frontline game in the app store until the ongoing trail ends. However, it wasn’t all bad news for Epic games as the court decided to give some reprieve to the company. To know more please click here.
Microsoft is going to allow more employees to work from home – permanently
While work from home has become the new normal during the pandemic, Microsoft is taking this new phenomenon to a new level altogether. The tech giant has unveiled a new hybrid workplace guidelines that will allow its employees to work from their permanently. In all probability, Microsoft is the first big tech company to take such a bold step. To know more click here.
India’s arch rival Pakistan bans TikTok
It rarely happens that rivals India and Pakistan find themselves on a same page but the TikTok app has probably manage to achieve this rare thing. After India’s decision to ban TikTok app earlier this year, Pakistan has followed the suit. India’s western neighbor cited that TikTok encouraged vulgarity among teens as the reason for banning the app. Pakistan’s decision to ban TikTok app makes for a curious case since it shares a good relation with China. To know more click here.
Microsoft’s new Windows app store policy has a message for Google & Apple
Microsoft’s new Windows app store Policies has a Message for Google and Apple. With its new amended app policies, Microsoft is probably tiring to pile up pressure on Apple & Google to change their app policies. Apple & Google’s app policies to extract certain amount of tax from app developers became talk of the town following their recent fiasco with Epic Games. This fiasco has turned into a legal battle after Epic Games decided to sue Apple and Google. To know more click here…