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'Deeply sorry': Sundar Pichai after announcing 12K job cuts at Alphabet

'Deeply sorry': Sundar Pichai after announcing 12K job cuts at Alphabet

More than 1,600 tech employees are being laid off per day on an average in 2023 globally, including in India, and the sacking episodes have gained speed amid global economic meltdown and recession fears.

'Deeply sorry': Sundar Pichai after announcing 12K job cuts at Alphabet

WhatsApp denies 500 mn users' data leak

WhatsApp denies 500 mn users' data leak

Cybernews first reported that the dataset allegedly contains WhatsApp user data from 84 countries and phone numbers of over 32 million users from the US, 11 million from the UK, and 10 million from Russia.

WhatsApp denies 500 mn users' data leak

Musk plans to relaunch Twitter premium service, again

Musk plans to relaunch Twitter premium service, again

In the latest version, companies will get a gold check, governments will get a gray check, and individuals who pay for the service, whether or not they're celebrities, will get a blue check, Musk said Friday.

Musk plans to relaunch Twitter premium service, again

As Twitter teeters, more questions than answers

As Twitter teeters, more questions than answers

The $44-billion shotgun wedding between an ambitious man with an outsized appetite for public attention and one of the world's most powerful social media tools is already proving a potent combination, Napoli said.

As Twitter teeters, more questions than answers

Twitter risks fraying as engineers exit over Musk upheaval

Twitter risks fraying as engineers exit over Musk upheaval

Musk ended a very public argument with nearly two dozen coders critical to the microblogging platform's stability by ordering them fired this week. Hundreds of engineers and other workers then quit after he demanded they pledge to “extremely hardcore” work by Thursday evening or resign with severance pay.

Twitter risks fraying as engineers exit over Musk upheaval

$8 Twitter Blue service may not affect existing verified accounts

$8 Twitter Blue service may not affect existing verified accounts

According to a Twitter FAQ for advertisers, the paid verification for $8 a month "will not affect existing verified accounts at this time", reports The Verge. The original plan for the new Blue plan was that users who are already verified should also pay or lose their Blue Badges after 90 days.

$8 Twitter Blue service may not affect existing verified accounts

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