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Alphabet shuts Internet balloon project Loon

The former Google X project was spun out as an independent company of Alphabet in 2018 alongside Wing, Alphabet's drone business.

Oppo confirms to launch smart TV next month

They will come in two sizes - 55-inch and 65-inch with 10 model numbers each.

Experts call US ban against TikTok as wake-up call

"The TikTok case demonstrates that any Chinese company may attract the attention of the US government, and the US government has an arsenal of tools that might be used to threaten the success of the business."

Trump signs order to block transactions with TikTok parent company

Signed on Thursday night, the executive order stated that "the spread in the US of mobile applications developed and owned by companies in the People's Republic of China continues to threaten the national security, foreign policy, and economy", reports The Hill news website.

Snapchat rolls out in-app mental health support in India

"We sped up the initial launch of Here For You in February because we recognised that in the wake of coronavirus, our global community needed support."

US panel to grill Bezos, Cook, Zuckerberg, Pichai on July 27

The lawmakers want the tech giants to furnish documents that have been produced in relation to other competition probes and internal communications.

Snapchat rolls out support for 5 more Indian languages

Snapchat currently supports Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati and Punjabi, which were introduced last year, bringing the total to nine, the company said in a statement.

Alphabet becomes 4th US company to hit $1 trillion mark

The stock of the company closed at $1,451.70 on Thursday, taking the value to $1 trillion.The iPhone maker was the first US company to hit the $1 trillion threshold in 2018.

The Russo Brothers open up about Marvel-Sony split

"We fought hard to bring Spiderman into the MCU, but it was always a complicated marriage."

Tinder encrypts photos shared on app

The announcement was made via a letter addressed to Senator Ron Wyden who had written to Tinder back in February requesting the company to encrypt photos, The Verge reported late on Friday.

France asks WhatsApp to stop sharing data with Facebook

The Chair of the National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) had asked WhatsApp to provide a sample of the French users' data transferred to Facebook.

Charlie Sheen sues tabloid for defamation over accusations

Sheen says the Enquirer article that ran on November 8 claimed Sheen sodomized Haim while they were filming the movie "Lucas" back in the 1980s. Sheen was 19 at the time.

Snapchat founder refused $30 billion Google offer

Snap's CEO Evan Spiegel, who is widely considered as being independent, apparently did not show interest in selling his firm to Google or anybody else.

Uber-Alphabet legal tussle over patent escalates

"As set forth in Uber's letter brief, Larry Page has first-hand non-repetitive knowledge of relevant facts," a court document filed on Friday read.

Snap Inc acquires location analytics startup for $200 mn

Snap operates the popular Snapchat app, which counts 166 million daily users that use the app more than 18 times per day.

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