Telegram

Telegram To Bring Sponsored Messages Feature To Allow Users Promote Channels, Bots

Popular instant-messaging app Telegram is planning to introduce a new ad feature. It will be called Sponsored Messages. The feature will allow Telegram users to promote their channels and bots. The company said that the new feature will be shown on large public channels. Channels having more than 1,000 members will get to see the […]

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Nvidia

Nvidia Selects Luminar Technologies For Autonomous Vehicle Platform

Lidar maker Luminar Technologies has been selected by Nvidia for the sensor suite in the autonomous vehicle reference platform. It is a big deal for Luminar and clearly indicates that it is going to be a strong player in autonomous driving technology. The announcement about the selection was made by Luminar. This has resulted in […]

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Coca-Cola Acquire Sports Drink Maker BodyArmor

Coca-Cola Pays USD 5.6 Billion To Fully Acquire Sports Drink Maker BodyArmor

In its largest-ever brand acquisition, Coca-Cola has acquired full control of BodyArmor. The beverage company paid around USD 5.6 billion to buy full ownership of the sports drink maker. Coco-Cola had purchased a 15 per cent stake of BodyArmor in 2018. It became the second-largest stakeholder in the company then. The soda giant has now […]

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Public Health Experts Report An Increase In Cases Of Sexually Transmitted Infections In Jefferson County

Health experts have reported that there has been a major increase in the case of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) across Jefferson County. The officials from the Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) have said that cases of sexually transmitted infections are shooting up among teens and young adults in the county. They have advised young adults […]

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Microsoft

Microsoft Decides To Shut Social Networking Platform LinkedIn In China Over Regulatory Hurdles

Microsoft has decided to shut operations of LinkedIn in China. The company is shutting down the career-oriented social network citing regulatory hurdles. The decision comes as Beijing is tightening control over tech firms in the country. LinkedIn will be replaced with an application dedicated to applying for jobs. Microsoft’s senior vice president of engineering Mohak […]

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