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Youtube to stream 4,000 TV episodes & 1,500 movies for free in U.S.

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Youtube to stream 4,000 TV episodes & 1,500 movies for free in U.S.

In a unique move, Youtube will allow users in the U.S. to stream nearly 4,000 TV episodes and 1,500 movies absolutely free. These TV episodes and movies will feature ads and will mark Youtube’s foray into OTA space. Some of the popular TV shows that will be streamed through this free streaming program include Hell’s Kitchen, Heartland and Unsolved mysteries. Currently, this free streaming will be available only in the U.S. (Read more)


Russia bans Google News

Russian communication watchdog has imposed blanket ban on Alphabet Incs news aggregator service Google News. The regulatory body accused Google News of promoting malicious and fake news material about the Ukraine war. Google has also confirmed that people in Russia are finding it difficult to access the Google News app. Russia has already blocked Facebook and Instagram services (Read more)


Apple acquires U.K Fintech startup Credit Kudos for $150 Mn  

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Apple has bought U.K based fintech startup Credit Kudos for nearly $150 Mn, according to media reports. Credit Kudos is engaged in assessing the credit worthiness of creditors by carefully studying their bank data. As per reports, Credit Kudos had last raised funds from several VCs in April 2020, when the pandemic was at its peak (Read more)


Zoom adds Twitch Integration

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Zoom announced on Wednesday that it has added Twitch integration into its app, making it easier than ever before to host Zoom meeting and webinar on Twitch. Users can start using this feature by merging both their Zoom and Twitch accounts. But livestreaming Zoom meeting on Twitch is a paid privilege, which means that this feature won’t be available for Zoom’s free users. Notably, earlier it was possible for Zoom users to livestream their meeting directly on other platforms like Facebook and Twitter but they had to use third party tools (Read more)


Twitter (finally) launches keyword search for DM  

In what will be termed as good and much awaited update, Twitter has finally added keyword search for its DMs. With this update, it will become much easier for Twitter users to track and find past messages and conversations. Twitter users have been demanding for DM search update for a longtime now. Before this users could track past DM messages and chats only by using people’s names and group chat names (Read more)

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