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Facebook acquires VR military simulator ‘Onward’ developer

"Onward" is Dante and Downpour Interactive's first game, a multiplayer masterpiece full of challenges, tactics, and teamwork.

New Apple TV 4K, iPad Pro to launch on May 21

Known tipster Jon Prosser updated in a tweet that Apple will also launch the new Apple TV on May 21 along with iPad Pro.

At 199 million, Twitter logs 20% user growth as pandemic posts surge

"People turn to Twitter to see and talk about what's happening, and we are helping them find their interests more quickly while making it easier to follow and participate in conversations," Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said

Amazon’s profits soar as online shopping surges amid pandemic

Net income increased to $8.1 billion in the March quarter, compared with net income of $2.5 billion in the first quarter of 2020, showing how millions of people now shop on the platform as pandemic continues to ravage the retail sector.

Telegram to introduce group video calls in May

Telegram CEO Pavel Durov made the announcement via a message posted to his official Telegram channel where he wrote "we will be adding a video dimension to our voice chats in May, making Telegram a powerful platform for group video calls".

CES to return as in-person event in Las Vegas in 2022

The CES organiser, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), said in a statement on Wednesday that the largest tech conference of earth will be open for people in 2022.

Apple to cut AirPods production due to decreasing sales: Report

"The most significant order reduction is for the second quarter toward the start of the third quarter," one of the people familiar with the matter was quoted as saying.

Alphabet posts record $55.3B sales in Q1 as users stayed online

The astounding growth reflects elevated consumer activity online and broad-based increases in advertiser spending within Google Services.

Intelligent Cloud, PC sales help Microsoft log $41.7 billion revenue

"Over a year into the pandemic, digital adoption curves aren't slowing down. They're accelerating, and it's just the beginning," said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Bezos’ Blue Origin slams NASA for giving Musk a $2.9B contract

The US space agency was expected to pick two lunar lander prototypes (including one of Blue Origin's) but funding cut from US Congress led the agency to select SpaceX over Blue Origin.

Tesla logs $10.4 billion in sales in Q1 2021, makes $101 million in Bitcoin

In its quarterly earnings presented late on Monday, Tesla reported it produced 180,338 vehicles in Q1 and delivered 184,777 vehicles.

Toyota acquires Lyft’s autonomous car division for $550 million

Woven Planet Holdings, a subsidiary of Toyota, will acquire Lyft's self-driving division, Level 5, for $550 million in cash.

Woman sues Reddit for allowing child sexual abuse content

"Child sexual abuse material (CSAM) has no place on the Reddit platform. We actively maintain policies and procedures that don't just follow the law, but go above and beyond it," a company spokesperson said.

YouTube adds video resolution controls, options on mobile app

A recent server-side update to the YouTube mobile app has now added further options beyond the incremental options and auto resolutions.

Snap acquired Berlin-based Fit Analytics for $124.4 million

Snap acquired Fit Analytics in March and now, a filing has put a price tag on that deal, reports TechCrunch.

Amazon to soon let sellers connect with customers directly

The e-commerce giant is currently testing this new feature called "Manage Your Customer Engagement" that will help sellers contact Amazon users who have specifically chosen to follow a particular company, reports CNBC.

Instagram is bringing ads to Reels

The full-screen ads will be arriving first in India, Germany, Brazil and Australia before landing in more countries "in the coming months."

At 280M, Snapchat now has more users on Android than iOS

The revenue increased 66 per cent (YoY) to $770 million and average revenue per user increased 36 per cent (YoY) to $2.74, according to Snap, the parent company of Snapchat.

Engineers trick Tesla car to drive on Autopilot sans driver

During the drive, Tesla Model Y automatically steered along painted lane lines, but the system did not send out a warning that the driver's seat was empty.

Facebook to use your feedback to rank content in News Feed

Over the next few months, we'll test new ways to get more specific feedback from people about the posts they're seeing, and we'll use that feedback to make News Feed better," said Aastha Gupta

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