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Bill Gates leaves Microsoft board

Microsoft’s founder has been slowly inching away from his company. Now Gates has stepped down from the board seat he held for 34 years. On

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Facebook Bans Massive Network of Fake Accounts

Facebook said it shut down a large network of fake accounts spreading memes and propaganda about U.S. politics that promoted Donald Trump and attacked his

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Apple AirPods To Become $15 Billion Business In 2020

Apple sold $6 billion worth of AirPods this year and is set to rake in $15 billion in revenue from the true wireless hearables in

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Ethiopia Launches It’s First Satellite Into Space

Ethiopia launches its first-ever satellite just a year after fast-tracking plans to join Africa’s race to space. The launch date was postponed by three days

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Apple Rolls Out New Update, iOS 13- Beyond Creations

Apple has released iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 with a list of new parental controls to enhance its native Screen Time offering. The latest iOS

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Electronic Number Plate Registration Process Kicks Off

Government has finally kicked off the electronic number plate project as one of the ways to help fight crime in the country. Police spokesperson, Fred

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Africa Slowly Embracing Artificial Intelligence

Tech giants, data scientists and entrepreneurs are exploring the potential that artificial intelligence can have in critical sectors like agriculture, health and education. In September,

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Apple To Introduce New Macbook 16-Inch As Early As Tomorrow

The long-rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro is due for an imminent release. Mark Gurman reports that Apple could launch the machine as early as tomorrow, with

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Apple Just Removed Hong Kong Protesters’ Go-To App

Apple says people have used HKmap.live to ambush police and threaten public safety. Apple is under fire for removing an app that the Chinese government says tracks

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defends decision to allow politicians to lie in ads

Civil rights groups and Democrats criticize Zuckerberg’s remarks. Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday defended the social network’s decision not to send speech from politicians