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Britney Spears posts throwback photo with Justin Timberlake

According to Page Six, the Friday night post comes two months after the 'Man of the Woods' artist Timberlake apologised to Spears for contributing to her waning public image during early 2000-2009.

LG, SK reach last-minute settlement in US battery dispute

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) in February sided with LG in a trade secret case and issued a 10-year import ban on SK, while temporarily allowing shipments of battery components for Ford

Google Pixel 5a 5G to launch in US, Japan later this year

According to two sources familiar with the matter, Android Central came to believe that the Google Pixel 5a 5G was cancelled in its entirety.

Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson commences shooting for ‘Black Adam’

The former pro wrestler took to his Instagram handle and shared the photo of a clapboard from the movie's set, on the first day of his shoot.

Tom Holland to star in Apple’s ‘The Crowded Room’

As per Variety, the anthology will explore the true and inspirational stories of those who struggled and learned to successfully live with mental illness. The first season of the series will be based on the biography

Uber announces $250mn stimulus for drivers

After a year of shutdowns and staying in, Americans are getting vaccinated and cities are opening up -- and, as they do, Uber is starting to come back. As we recover, we want to reinvest in drivers

90% of US teenagers plan to get an iPhone: Report

According to leading investment bank and institutional securities firm Piper Sandler's survey on US teenagers, 88 per cent of respondents said they already own an iPhone. That number moves to 90 per cent when stating what they want their next phone to be.

Singer Taylor Swift drops new single ‘Mr Perfectly Fine’

The upbeat track, that features both country and pop influences, has Swift singing about a former lover who moved on with a new girl and has no qualms about his prior relationship.

US President Biden says all adult Americans will be vaccine eligible by April 19

The US is the worst-hit nation as it has more than 30,846,300 confirmed cases and over 556,500 deaths.

Kylie Jenner flaunts perfectly toned figure in latest post

The 'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' star hopped on to Instagram to post a couple of sun-kissed pictures while striking candid poses.

Taylor Swift announces ‘Fearless’ bonus tracks with anagrams

Swift's fans were in a social media frenzy on Friday after the singer dropped a teaser ahead of the release of Fearless (Taylor's Version).

Texas Open: India’s Anirban Lahiri moves into top-10

After turning in 35 with a birdie on two, the former Asian No. 1 on Friday endured a rollercoaster comeback with three birdies, three bogeys, and one eagle at TPC San Antonio for a two-day total of 4-under 140.

‘Friends’ cast to begin filming HBO Max reunion special next week

The special will bring the beloved sitcom's six main cast members, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer.

SpaceX rocket debris lands on man’s farm in United States

The debris was identified as Composite-Overwrapped Pressure Vessel (COPV) from the breakup of a Falcon 9 second stage over Oregon and Washington State on March 26, reports The Verge, quoting local officials.

Kendall Jenner leaves her Beverly Hills home after scary incidents

A source close to Kendall told TMZ that after the latest scary incident held on Sunday, she had decided to move out of her house because "the possible risk is too much to stay -- even though her armed security team has been increased."

Google aims to open United States offices this month

Offices will likely open in April, "based on specific criteria that include increases in vaccine availability and downward trends in COVID-19 cases," Google said in a statement on Wednesday.

Brazil reports 3,000 Covid deaths for two days straight

In Saturday, the country registered 3,438 deaths, while 3,650 fatalities were reported the previous day, which marked highest daily count since the outbreak of the pandemic earlier last year, reports Xinhua news agency.

Former worker sues Amazon for not providing lunch breaks

"When they did get their meal breaks, workers were expected to monitor their walkie-talkies in case of any problems on the floor, which sometimes cut into their break time," the lawsuit claimed.

‘Unfair’ to expect celebrities to have public role in society: Scarlett

Fox News cited the 36-year-old star in a new interview to The Gentlewoman as saying that, "I don't think actors have obligations to have a public role in society."

‘The Suicide Squad’ trailer promises action-packed adventure

The upcoming film has been helmed by James Gunn, who shared the trailer on his Twitter handle on Friday.

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