Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!
Walmart’s Future Store Powered by AI, Open to Public
Amazon Might Launch a New Hi-Def Music Streaming Service
By the end of 2019, Amazon might launch a new hi-def music streaming service. According to Music Business Worldwide, Amazon is planning its own full-fledged high definition music streaming service. Amazon wants to compete with Deezer and Tidal in this segment. The e-commerce giant is already in talks with big music houses and according to reports, one of the major record company has agreed to license it already. The service might cost $15 per month, once it’s live.
Google Employees Walkout Forces Change in the Firm
Google is going to change the way sexual harassment complaints are reported by the employees. According to reports, the last year’s walkout is the reason behind this change. In short here are the proposed changes: A simplified process to report such cases, publishing of report findings, launch of Support Person Program, a new Investigation Care Program, a new Investigations Practice Guide, and finally the public sharing of Google’s workplace policies.
Facebook Files Lawsuit Against New Zealand Company
Facebook has filed a lawsuit case against a company and three people in New Zealand. According to Facebook, the company repeatedly broke rules and continued with illegal practices even after warnings were issued. Link.
China’s Ambition to Create Moon Base Within a Decade, Is It Possible?
China is the first country to land on the moon’s dark side and it also conducted several experiments on the moon’s surface successfully. The country’s state-run publication first reported about the Chinese declaration to start a lab in the south pole of Moon with a permanent base there. Whether or not it will succeed in its plans will depend on the technology, and for now, that technology is definitely far and not achievable within a decade.