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The robots are coming and women’s work faces the greatest risk of automation

New research shows more than 70 per cent of the jobs deemed to be at high risk are held by women.
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Facebook, Google, Twitter targeted by US for housing bias

Facebook faces a civil lawsuit for racial, religious and gender bias by restricting who can see housing-related ads on its platforms and across the internet.
The flyover between the Parade Road crossing and Dhaula Kuan was constructed and inaugurated in 136 days

Car owners need not be afraid, your ownership wont be obsolete

Despite what the data says, people will never give up the freedom of owning cars for any reason except being unable to afford it.

Facebook takes down 11,000 political ads by Helo, owned by same Chinese company as TikTok

The Helo app’s ads did not promote any particular political party but used politicians’ names and doctored images to expand its own footprint.
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China is soaring ahead in the electric vehicle race

New energy vehicles accounted for just over 4% of all 28.1 million automobiles sold in China last year. That’s a higher rate than the US and Europe.
Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple’s reinvention as a services company starts for real today

Tim Cook is expected to unveil streaming video & news subscriptions as Apple pushes to transform itself into a leading digital services provider.

Google, Amazon, Apple can all be fixed, but not Facebook

When Facebook appropriates someone else’s content, it decides to steal its functionality. So it’s better to break it up, says antitrust expert Hal Singer.

This new astrology app offers first-of-its-kind live daily horoscopes

The app launched by the Santuary for millenials, offers live, chat-based readings from a team of professional astrologers

Becoming more like WhatsApp isn’t the solution to Facebook’s privacy concerns

Mark Zuckerberg aims to make private messages private and ephemeral – meaning Facebook can’t read our messages, and the data doesn’t stick around for long.

Facebook had cracked down on Bangladeshi ad farm targetting Utah before U.S. midterms

Part of efforts to prevent 'meddling' in elections, social media giant promises to better monitor content ahead of elections in India, Philippines, Ukraine and Thailand.

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File photo of Pakistan PM Imran Khan | Facebook

Who wants an ‘Islamic President’ in Pakistan and where does Imran Khan fit in?

Imran Khan’s PTI colleagues are campaigning for a so-called Islamic Presidential System where the Supreme Leader will have absolute power.
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Google, Apple stop TikTok downloads: Is HC order quashing small town India’s creative joy?

Google and Apple have blocked downloads of the video-sharing app TikTok in India in compliance with the Madras High Court order.


Satellite images suggest that China is testing and weaponising its naval platforms for space denial

China is now testing laser ASAT weapons from its naval ships

China has already tested missile & EMP anti-satellite weapons from the ground. Now it’s using icebreaker ships in the Yellow Sea/Bohai Sea area.
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Imran Khan’s ‘support’ for Modi shows BJP has walked into its own Pakistan trap

Modi & the BJP hope to return to power by exploiting the fear of Pakistan. Imran Khan has turned the tables and become a factor dividing Indian public opinion.