Author Archives: Baneet Braich

Hashtag Trending – Google logos get dunked on; Apple’s search engine; U.S. Senate hearing with big tech

Users are not feeling the new Google logos, Apple is en-route to develop its own search engine, and some humour and irony for this week’s Senate hearing with the big tech CEOs.

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Hashtag Trending – Facebook Oculus frustrations; U.K. telcos face new rules; War against AirBnb heats up

Facebook’s Oculus users are frustrated over mandatory Facebook accounts, new rules in the U.K. stop mobile networks from selling locked phones, and cities are taking new approaches to take back their housing from Airbnb.

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Hashtag Trending – Samsung chairman dies; Screen time statistics; Canadians calling it quits

Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee has died at the age of 78, the average American will spend three months on their phone, and nearly half of Canadian workers are strongly considering leaving their jobs.

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Hashtag Trending – PayPal opens up to crypto; Netflix experiments; GOP fast-tracks 5G deal

Paypal opens up to cryptocurrencies, Netflix has a new promotional experiment, and Trump is pressuring the White House to fast-track a deal that would give a no-bid contract 5G deal to Rivada Networks.

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Hashtag Trending – EU investigates Instagram; Nokia shoots for the moon; Google names that song

The EU is investigating Instagram for allegedly exposing the contact data of up to 5 million underage users, you will soon get a phone single on the moon, and Google launches it’s ‘hum to search’ feature.

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