In an audacious move, Apple may compete with Google in search engine space
In what will be labeled as a rather audacious move and clash of titans, Apple is reportedly working to develop its own search engine. If the report is indeed true then the iPhone users will soon get an alternative to Google. According to reports published in The Financial Times, the signs of Apple’s search engine technology have started appearing on its IOS 14 operating system. These reports have emerged at a time when Google is facing anti-trust law suit for its monopoly over search engine advertising.
Microsoft has just launched an Xbox Series X ‘fridge’ and it won’t cost you a dime
When Microsoft rolled out Xbox Series X nearly a year ago, its fans couldn’t help but compare its enormous size with a mini fridge. It now seems that Microsoft took these jokes rather seriously and decided to crack a joke on itself. That’s because the tech giant has introduced a fridge that is exact replica of Xbox Series X. It has already delivered this fridge to rap singer Snoop dog. In another interesting move, this fridge isn’t going out for a sale but will be doled out as a price in the ongoing competition.
One of Spotify’s recent podcast shows is creating lot of controversies in the U.S.
One of America’s famous podcaster Joe Rogan has become a subject of much controversy. The source of this controversy is his podcast show that runs on Spotify. Ever since the show went live on September Rogan has been repeatedly inviting famous conspiracy theorists on show. Following this practice, the show earned a political over tune.
Republicans reportedly rough up Jack Dorsey in the senate hearing
The urgent senate hearing of big tech CEO’s before the upcoming U.S. election is rather proving to be a flimsy excuse to rough up the big technology companies. Facebook and Twitter are especially facing the heat for their allegedly politically bias nature. Twitter’s charismatic CEO Jack Dorsey got a taste of this heat when he has reportedly roughed up the Republican senators in the latest Senate hearing. Twitter has been at the forefront of running a sort of anti-trump campaign. Barely a month ago the microblogging giant had deleted and also flagged quite a few tweets of the U.S. president, deeming them as controversial.