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Intel to build the world’s largest chip manufacturing planet in Ohio

Chip manufacturing giant Intel announced on Friday that it is all set to construct a sprawling chip manufacturing factory in New Albany, Near Colombus, Ohio. Spread across 1,000 acres, Intel will be spending whopping $20 Bn to construct this plant. This factory, which will be the world’s largest chip manufacturing planet, is expected to become operational in 2025. Intel will kick-start the construction work of this factory later this year (Read more).


Amazon Alexa goes down across Europe

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Amazon Alexa experienced major outage across large parts of Europe on Friday. Amazon Alexa customers mainly settled in the U.K, Germany, Ireland, Spain and Italy complained on social media platforms that the device had stopped responding. Reports also claimed that Amazon’s Virtual Assistant device also experienced outage outside Europe on Friday, mainly in India. The outage lasted for few hours before the service got restored (Read more)    


Apple has fixed the notorious Safari bug that leaked your browser history

Apple has finally fixed the notorious ‘Safari bug’ that exposed your browser history to malicious websites. This bug was so notorious that it remained active even in the private mode. But Apple users will have to wait a bit long for this fix. According to 9to5 Mac, Apple has addressed the solution in RC (release candidate) versions of Apple’s mobile and desktop operating systems (Read more)      


Cryptocurrencies Tumble, Bitcoin nosedives by 10% and Ether falls by 12%

India’s Supreme Court on refuses to overturn RBI’s ban on cryptocurrencies.

Thursday’s trading proved to be a blood-bath for cryptos, with Bitcoin and Ether dropping by nearly 10% in the global currency market. According to a rough estimate, Thursday’s crash wiped off Bitcoin and Ether’s nearly $150 Bn valuation (Read more)


Samsung pulls down controversial drag queen ad after Muslim backlash

Samsung  on Thursday pulled down a controversial ad in Singapore that showed a Muslim mother expressing her support for her drag queen son. The ad was pulled down following a backlash from the Muslim community. The Muslim community alleged that the ad was an attempt to defame the Muslim community and push the LGTB ideology (Read more)

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