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Multiple websites went down as Cloudflare system faced issue, read details

Websites such as OpIndia, Zerodha, Shopify, Zendeck, Upstoxx, Groww and many others faced outage after Cloudflare was down.

Goodbye IE, welcome Edge: Here’s why Microsoft decided to retire the Internet Explorer, the Gen X browser

The beginning of Chrome and Firefox had already initiated the demise of IE. Realizing that IE could not compete with Chrome, Microsoft introduced Edge in 2015.

Social media giant Twitter to pay USD 150 million fine for selling user data for targeted advertisement

Twitter has agreed to pay a USD 150 million fine after being accused of illegally selling private information, such as phone numbers, for targeted advertising

DuckDuckGo faces backlash for allowing Microsoft trackers on the browser: Here is what the CEO said to defend it

Duck Duck Go allows Microsoft's trackers on its browser under search syndication agreement, revealed researcher

Apple adopts UPI for payments and subscriptions for India market, will no longer use credit and debit cards

In a recent communication with Apple products users, the company has asked them to shift to UPI or Net Banking for payments.

Twitter stock crashes after Elon Musk Tweets that the ‘Twitter deal is temporarily on hold’, here is what he said

Elon Musk had earlier stated that one of his main priorities is to rid the micro-blogging platform of spam accounts.

Sanskrit added to Google translate, Assamese, Maithili, Konkani, Mizo, Dogri, Meiteilon, and Bhojpuri among other Indian languages in the new list

Along with Sanskrit, the newly added 24 languages include other Indian languages such as Assamese, Maithili, Konkani, Mizo, Dogri, Meiteilon which is Manipuri, and Bhojpuri.

Twitter announces new feature ‘Twitter Circle’ for close group Tweeting, days after halting updates after accepting Elon Musk’s takeover offer

Twitter is testing its latest feature called "Twitter Circle", through which users can create a close group to share tweets

Twitter ‘chief censor’ Vijaya Gadde set to lose her $17 million per year job as Elon Musk makes new plans for the social network

After openly criticising Twitter top executive Vijaya Gadde over her censorship decisions, Elon Musk set to fire her

FCC commissioner shoots down ‘absurd’ demand of George Soros funded group to block Elon Musk’s Twitter acquisition

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr said that it has zero authority to block the Elon Musk - Twitter deal, as demanded by Open Markets Institute

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