Nestle to accelerate digitalisation for operational efficiency

Nestle to accelerate digitalisation for operational efficiency

One of the leading global Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) company, Nestle Limited, has stated that it is commitment to drive technologically-enabled initiatives in that will focus on the acceleration of business growth and expansion. In a release on the official website of the company, Nestle Limited pointed that, “Digitalization is a crucial driver of […]

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 Microsoft’s Metaverse plans get clearer with its $68.7 billion Activision acquisition

Microsoft’s Metaverse plans get clearer with its $68.7 billion Activision acquisition

Microsoft, the giant multinational technology corporation, has plans to acquire Activision Blizzard for the sum of $68.7 billion is the biggest deal in the space since the tech industry collectively shifted its attention to the Metaverse in 2021. Recall that Meta formerly Facebook appeared to be the standard-bearer, with its Oculus virtual reality platform and augmented reality development work […]

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 Mercedes-Benz acquires stake in lidar maker Luminar, will use its sensors for future autonomous vehicles

Mercedes-Benz acquires stake in lidar maker Luminar, will use its sensors for future autonomous vehicles

Mercedes-Benz announced it will integrate Luminar’s lidar sensors into future production vehicles to enable autonomous driving capabilities. The German automaker is also taking an equity stake in the Orlando, Florida-based company, acquiring a total of 1.5 million shares. Based on Luminar’s share price of $13.45 at market close January 19th, Mercedes-Benz is purchasing approximately $20.2 […]

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 Crypto.com admits over $30 million stolen by hackers

Crypto.com admits over $30 million stolen by hackers

In a blog post published in the early hours of Thursday morning, cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com acknowledged that the company had lost well over $30 million in Bitcoin and Ethereum after a hack that took place on January 17th. The company has been criticized for vague communication around the hack, which was only officially confirmed yesterday by CEO Kris Marszalek. […]

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 Twitter is rolling out its Communities feature, a rival to Facebook Groups and Reddit, to Android users worldwide.  Since its launch in September, Twitter Communities has been limited to iOS or the web, meaning Android users could only join and participate in communities through a browser and not the native Twitter app. Android users can now easily join, request to join, or participate in Twitter Communities, opening up the feature to a lot more of Twitter’s userbase.  Twitter Communities work like a private group, or like a subreddit. Twitter users can choose to tweet directly to a Twitter community, and that tweet won’t show up on their own feed or to their followers. Twitter Communities is still an invite-only feature for those wanting to create their own private community. Group owners can choose whether people need an invite to join a community or whether they’re open. If you’re interested in trying out the Twitter Communities feature, Twitter is highlighting the Roblox, Xbox Community, Tech Twitter, Fashion, R&BT witter, and Formula 1 communities that are all public for anyone to join. Twitter is also exploring a “request to join” option for communities, so groups can more closely monitor who joins a community.  Alongside this new option, Twitter is also planning to test a ranked timeline that will show top tweets from a community, ways for mods to highlight content in community, and methods for Q&As to be held with mods or members

Twitter is rolling out its Communities feature, a rival to Facebook Groups and Reddit, to Android users worldwide. Since its launch in September, Twitter Communities has been limited to iOS or the web, meaning Android users could only join and participate in communities through a browser and not the native Twitter app. Android users can now easily join, request to join, or participate in Twitter Communities, opening up the feature to a lot more of Twitter’s userbase. Twitter Communities work like a private group, or like a subreddit. Twitter users can choose to tweet directly to a Twitter community, and that tweet won’t show up on their own feed or to their followers. Twitter Communities is still an invite-only feature for those wanting to create their own private community. Group owners can choose whether people need an invite to join a community or whether they’re open. If you’re interested in trying out the Twitter Communities feature, Twitter is highlighting the Roblox, Xbox Community, Tech Twitter, Fashion, R&BT witter, and Formula 1 communities that are all public for anyone to join. Twitter is also exploring a “request to join” option for communities, so groups can more closely monitor who joins a community. Alongside this new option, Twitter is also planning to test a ranked timeline that will show top tweets from a community, ways for mods to highlight content in community, and methods for Q&As to be held with mods or members

Twitter is rolling out its Communities feature, a rival to Facebook Groups and Reddit, to Android users worldwide. Since its launch in September, Twitter Communities has been limited to iOS or the web, meaning Android users could only join and participate in communities through a browser and not the native Twitter app. Android users can now […]

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 Google launches beta of Android games on Windows PCs

Google launches beta of Android games on Windows PCs

Google is launching a limited beta of its app to bring Android games to Windows PCs. Google Play Games will be available in beta in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan today, allowing Windows PC owners to play popular Android games like Mobile Legends, Summoners War, State of Survival, and Three Kingdoms Tactics. Players in Hong Kong, South Korea, […]

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 Windows 11 is getting a new Task Manager design

Windows 11 is getting a new Task Manager design

Microsoft is getting ready to overhaul the Task Manager in Windows 11. Like the rest of the operating system, the Task Manager is getting a new design that matches Microsoft’s new Fluent Design language. It seems Microsoft hid the new design in the bowels of recent Windows 11 builds, but engineering student Gustave Monce, who previously […]

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