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Jury against Apple

Just a couple of days ago, at a trial held in San Diego between Qualcomm and Apple, a jury had decided that Qualcomm deserved to win when there was a…

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SERVER TO BLAME FOR OUTAGE: FACEBOOK

Recently as a lot of you might have experienced, Facebook had been facing connectivity issues that were evident in its apps. Facebook blamed a “server configuration change” for the massive…

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INDIAN STUDENT ARRESTED FOR PLAYING PUBG JUST PLAY FORTNITE

It has been a while since PUBG and Fortnite took the world by storm but there hasn’t been any sort of decrease in the number of players of the games.…

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HUAWEI READY TO BECOME INDEPENDENT, IF NEED BE

Over the years, Huawei has cemented its position as one of the top manufacturers in the smartphone industry around the world, especially in the United States. Huawei does not only…

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Digitizing Agriculture Payments JazzCash Joins Hands with The Government of Punjab

JazzCash, leader in active mobile wallet base, and the Agriculture Department of the Government of Punjab have recently partnered up in an effort to digitize the disbursement of subsidy payments…

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Facebook have launched a new update, they have added a dedicated gaming section

So the major social networking website Facebook have just announced that they are looking forward to release a new update which will come with a brand new dedicated Facebook Gaming…

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So according to a national-level survey, 57% people think that PM Imran Khan is the right man for the job

It has been revealed on a country-wide poll, which was conducted by the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Center for Insights in Survey Research, the survey in turn shows that a…

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NEW ZEALAND TERROR ATTACK ON MOSQUE: AROUND 50 KILLED

Forty-nine people were killed in shootings in central Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday, in a terrorist attack that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described as “an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence”.Ms. Ardern…

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