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Apple has announced that it is coming with an all time affordable cheap iPhone for its users. The iPhone in many ways would be a better bet for people who are having a budget and would need a new phone device at this moment.
Apple and Google - could be rivals but as per the latest buzz, they have come together to create technology to support the health officials to find out who has been infected by the deadly virus COVID 19.
As the Internet giant -WeWork is on the verge of collapse, it was only relying on SoftBank's 3 Billion USD tender offer. However, with its withdrawal, the company lost its hope to secure the money for its survival.
The website called the COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports is showcasing the population data trends in six different categories including grocery, retail and recreation along with pharmacy, transit stations, parks, residential locations and workplaces.
Google has been going with all preventive measurements and have even asked its employees to work from home. Now, in India, the Bangalore office has one employee who has tested positive for the said virus.
Amazon is now working on a cure for the ailment common cold sine past few years under its venture known as “Project Gesundheit”. As per the sources close to the company, the tech giant with its research and development group is secretly working on this venture under its cloud division, AWS.
With the increasing figures of the app among the Japanese consumers, the investment in the top 10 dating applications in Japan seems to have surged by 125% in the first half of 2019 when compared to the $120 million for the two years.