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Not just Bill Gates, several top CEOs expect normalcy only by 2022

MUMBAI: A few days back, during an interview given to Polish newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza and television broadcaster TVN24, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates talked about the possible timeline in which the world will return to normalcy. During the interview, Gates predicted that the world will be...

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Clash of the tech titans: it's now Google Vs Microsoft

MUMBAI: Google’s Global Affairs senior VP Kent Walker has lashed out at software giant Microsoft in a blog post, accusing it of “reverting to its familiar playbook of attacking rivals” and “lobbying for regulations that benefit their own interests”.

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Brands in US pause political donations after Capitol Hill episode

NEW DELHI: Multiple brands in the US have decided to pause political donations to both Republicans and Democrats following Wednesday's Capitol siege. These include the likes of JPMorgan, Citibank, Facebook, and Microsoft. Media reports say that JPMorgan will pause all political funding for at least...

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TikTok selects Oracle in the US after rejecting Microsoft offer

KOLKATA: TikTok has chosen Oracle for a business partnership after abandoning talks with Microsoft. The Bytedance owned short-video app has chosen Oracle as a technology partner. According to reports, the terms of the deal are still evolving. It is not clear yet if Oracle would take an ownership...

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US imposes ban on TikTok and WeChat

NEW DELHI: US President Donald Trump has announced that social media apps TikTok and WeChat are barred from operating in the US starting 20 September if they are not sold by their Chinese-owned parent companies. The video-sharing app TikTok has come under the lens of US lawmakers over national...

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