Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!
Jennifer Aniston Joins Instagram And This Happens
Jennifer Aniston has joined Instagram with a ‘Friends’ reunion post and the app got crashed. At the time of writing this post, her profile isn’t accessible. She received an overwhelming response on her post and garnered over 6 million likes in just under 10 hours. The actress also got the 5.7 million followers with this one post which says “And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM 👋🏻.” Link.
Is Twitter On Trump’s Side?
Twitter has refused to remove Trump’s account from its platform and has said that it will continue to support world leaders who trespass its posting rules. With this admission, Twitter is telling us that the rules are meant for the common person. A leader from any country can bend the rules of its platform. Even if the ads are misleading, Twitter won’t ban Trump or any other leader for that matter from its website. The microblogging site did admit that no world leader is above its posting policies, but it will remain lenient towards them. Link.
Samsung And Jio Join Hands For India’s First Responder Network
Jio, the rising star of the Indian telecommunication industry has demonstrated emergency network broadcast along with its network partner Samsung. The technology will help to broadcast high definition pictures and videos during an emergency. Jio has spread its 4G network across India with the help of Samsung. Now both the firms are planning for 5G network across the country. Presently, Jio has a subscriber strength of 331 million users. Link.
Google Stadia Will Launch On 19th November
The game streaming platform, Stadia from the search giant Google is going to launch on 19th November. If you’re a gamer eagerly waiting for the launch then mark down this date on your calendar. Link
LinkedIn Goes Physical, Now Network Offline
LinkedIn has surprised many of its users with the launch of offline events for networking. Now you can join its centres for events where you can network with likeminded people from your industry. Since its inception, LinkedIn has been an online platform for networking opportunities. After its acquisition by Microsoft, it seems things are changing. Will it be for good or bad only time can tell. For now, it seems like a good idea. Link.