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Snap has finally become a profitable company

Snap surprised everyone on Thursday by announcing its first ever quarterly profit in its history. Buoyed by surprisingly good result, Snap’s shares in the U.S. market soared as high as 62%. The sharp rise in Snap’s share price was in contrast to steep fall in the share prices of Meta, which announced disappointing quarterly results including first-ever decline in Facebook’s active users (Read more)


Amazon hikes the price of Amazon Prime in the U.S

Amazon is all set to increase its annual membership fees for ‘Amazon Prime’ from $119 to $139 in the U.S. The company said that the rise in the fees of Amazon Prime will help in offsetting the impact caused by higher cost of shipping and wages. Amazon had last increased the price of Prime, from $99 to $119. Amazon made the announcement about the price hike in Prime as part of its fourth quarter earning results (Read more)


NYT may have bought Wordle but you could still play it for free (that too for seven years)

Earlier this week NYT announced that it has bought the viral puzzle game Wordle, which technically means that the game will be soon hidden behind the paywall. But there is still some hope for all those who want to play this game for free. It has been revealed that the javascript code that powers the wordle game can be easily copied and  save it to continue playing this game for next seven years (Read more)


Google unveils a new version of its ‘workspace’ (doesn’t include Gmail)


Google has announced a new version of its workspace, titled as ‘Google Workspace Essentials.’ This new version Google workspace has all the usual offering like Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides and many other things. But the biggest missing part is ‘Gmail.’ This new version of ‘Google Workspace’ is basically targeted at companies that use legacy emails (Read more)


Rotterdam to dismantle a bridge…all bcoz of Jeff Bezos super-expensive yacht

Rotterdam has confirmed that it will temporarily dismantle one of its historic bridge in the city only to allow super-yacht built for Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to pass through. The super- yacht has been built at the cost of $500 Mn and is said to be 417 Ft in height (Read more)

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