Monthly Archives: June 2020

Microsoft has decided to Permanently Close its Retail Stores in the US

Microsoft has decided to Permanently Close its Retail Stores in the USMicrosoft decided to close its retail stores permanently. Now, Apple is also looking to re-close its retail stores in the United States amid increasing infections rate of COVID-19. Microsoft announced in a news post about a strategic Continue reading Microsoft has decided to Permanently Close its Retail Stores in the US

Google’s new Privacy Policy will now Auto-Delete User Data

Google’s new Privacy Policy will now Auto-Delete User DataGoogle has recently announced a major advancement to its privacy policies regarding the handling and retention of user data. A new blog post has indicated that the company has added a new option to automatically delete user’s Continue reading Google’s new Privacy Policy will now Auto-Delete User Data

Twitter has blocked Distributed Denial of Secrets ‘BlueLeaks’ from Sharing Links

Twitter has blocked Distributed Denial of Secrets ‘BlueLeaks’ from Sharing LinksTwitter has permanently suspended the Twitter account of a group of journalists and activists ‘Distributed Denial of Secrets’. The group obtained the 269GB trove of files and published with the ‘BlueLeaks’. A Twitter spokesperson Continue reading Twitter has blocked Distributed Denial of Secrets ‘BlueLeaks’ from Sharing Links

Samsung to Optimize 5G Network Performances using New Drone-Based AI Solution

Samsung to Optimize 5G Network Performances using New Drone-Based AI SolutionSamsung has now announced a successful demonstration of its new drone-based antenna configuration measurement solution for 4G and 5G networks on a campus of the company. The new solution will present a simplified way for Continue reading Samsung to Optimize 5G Network Performances using New Drone-Based AI Solution

T-Mobile has planned to terminate at least 400 former Sprint Employees

T-Mobile has planned to terminate at least 400 former Sprint EmployeesT-Mobile has planned to terminate a significant number of its workers came it through the benefit. The recent move took place just 2-months after finalizing its merger with Sprint worth $26 billion. The vice-president of T-Mobile, Continue reading T-Mobile has planned to terminate at least 400 former Sprint Employees