Not Just Startups

Huawei Challenges FCC – Top Trending Stories

Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!

#5

Huawei Challenges FCC, Files Legal Petition Against Latest Restrictions

United States flag

Huawei has decided to challenge the latest restriction from FCC that bans the use of federal funds for the purchase of equipment from it. It has challenged this FCC decision in a court filing in New Orleans. This is the third such lawsuit from Huawei against the US government in the United States. Link.

___

#4

Craigslist On iOS and Android, Finally After 11 Years

How to Embed Large Pictures in Craigslist

If you don’t know it yet, Craigslist is as old as the 1990’s. The website was created back in 1995 and all these years it had no mobile app. But finally it has launched its iOS app and the Android is still in beta. Craigslist is an online classifieds website or directory. And it has maintained healthy traffic all these years without working too much on the UI or UX. Link.

___

#3

Is Elon Musk Asset Rich But Cash Poor?

Image Credits: Flickr Daniel Oberhaus

Elon Musk appeared in court for the “Pedo Guy” Twitter remark case and said that although he has an estimated wealth of $20 billion, still he’s low on cash. He told the jury that the majority of his wealth comes from his stock ownership in Tesla and SpaceX. Link.

___

#2

How McDonald’s Will Play A Role In The Making Of Future Ford Cars?

McDonalds-to-offer-plant-based-meat-burgers

Image Credits: Flickr Frédéric BISSON

Ford has announced that it will use used coffee beans from McDonald’s for making parts of its cars. The automaker will use the chaff to make auto components. Apart from making the vehicle lighter by up to 20%, it will make future Ford vehicles greener and sustainable. McDonald’s produces 62 million pounds of chaff each year in the US alone. Hopefully, this will have some use. Link.

___

#1

Kashmiris Are Disappearing! From WhatsApp

Kashmir-valley

Image Credit: Flickr Juned Khan

People in the Indian state of Kashmir are disappearing from the WhatsApp group in hoards. Due to no internet for the last four months, the app is automatically deleting inactive profiles or groups from the platform. Link.

___

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

To Top
Catch the latest news from Startup World in your Inbox!