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Social media company Reddit confidentially files to go public

Social media company Reddit confidentially files to go public

Reddit announced that it had started the process of taking the social media firm public by filling a confidential S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Reddit said the number of stoc... Read more

Google Launches First-Ever Beta Version of Android 12L

Google Launches First-Ever Beta Version of Android 12L

Google releases most anticipated Android 12L, explicitly designed for large screen devices Tech giant Google in a recent announcement has stated that it has released its first-ever beta version of An... Read more

Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal replaces Jack Dorsey as CEO

Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal replaces Jack Dorsey as CEO

Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down from his position, bringing an end to his nearly 16-year stint with the social media giant. The social media company’s board has unanimously a... Read more

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to step down, sources say

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to step down, sources say

Twitter’s Chief Executive Jack Dorsey is expected to step down from his executive role, sources have reported to CNBC. The source also reported that Twitter’s board and Dorsey have settle... Read more

Samsung to build new advanced semiconductor site in Taylor, Texas

Samsung to build new advanced semiconductor site in Taylor, Texas

Tech giant Samsung Electronics announced it had picked Taylor, Texas, to build a new semiconductor wafer fabrication plant to produce advanced logic devices.   The speculated $17 billion invest... Read more

AR firm Niantic valued at $9 billion after Coatues investment

AR firm Niantic valued at $9 billion after Coatues investment

Pokemon GO creator Niantic has raised $300 million from investor Coatue at a valuation of $9 billion as it aims to build the real-world metaverse. The San Francisco-based startup spun off from Alphab... Read more

Meta to end use of the facial recognition system on Facebook, says it will delete all related data

Meta to end use of the facial recognition system on Facebook, says it will delete all related data

Facebook’s parent company Meta announced its decision to end the Facial Recognition System on Facebook over the coming weeks. It would delete data of over a billion facial recognition profiles s... Read more

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