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Facebook faces one of its longest global outages

Social media giant Facebook along with its subsidiary platforms, Instagram and WhatsApp experienced one of its longest global outages on Monday night after the services remained non-functional at least for over five hours.

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Hathway Cable removes NDTV India from popular channel packs

Mumbai: Hindi news channel NDTV India has been removed from popular channel packs offered by cable TV operator Hathway Cable and Datacom, the channel has said. The channel tweeted the development on 3 September via its Twitter handle asking customers of the cable operator to call the customer...

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Dushyant Sapre moves on from Twitter-owned MoPub

Mumbai: Dushyant Sapre, the MD for Japan and Asia Pacific of MoPub has quit the Twitter-owned company after a two-year stint. He was based in Twitter’s Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore. MoPub provides monetisation solutions for mobile app publishers and developers around the globe. Sapre, who...

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Twitter executive Arvinder Gujral moves on after eight years

Mumbai: Twitter managing director, SE Asia, and senior director-business development, APAC, Arvinder Gujral has quit the company after an eight-year stint. "After eight years it's time to say goodbye to the Blue Bird. From helping set up Twitter India in 2013 and running APAC BD to pivoting the SEA...

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SPNI, Twitter join hands to bring premium video content to fans

Mumbai: Twitter and Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) are coming together to bring the best of sporting action to Twitter audiences for India’s cricket tours with Sri Lanka and England starting from 18 July. With the sports channels of SPNI’s live coverage of the tours on Twitter, cricket fans...

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