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An executive order issued Thursday night by President Donald Trump bars US companies and individuals from making any transaction with WeChat, a social media app owned by Chinese giant Tencent.  Tencent isn't a household name in the US, but it's one of the most valuable companies in the world and has a stake in everything from blockbuster films to gaming.  In fact, Tencent is the biggest video game company in the world. It owns US game studio Riot Game and has a substantial stake in Epic Games, the company behind "Fortnite."  Run by billionaire Pony Ma, Tencent is now worth around $69 billion — more than Berkshire Hathaway and Johnson & Johnson, and nearly as much as Alibaba. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump on Thursday issued an executive order aimed at two Chinese-owned apps: ByteDance's hyper-popular TikTok, and WeChat, the messaging app owned by mega-conglomerate Tencent.  The latter company likely isn't a household name for many Americans, but it's one of the biggest firms in Asia and has a stake in everything from video games like "Fortnite" to blockbuster films, including "Men in Black: International," "Top Gun: Maverick," and "Terminator: Dark Fate."  Plus, its messaging apps, WeChat and QQ, are used by more than two-thirds of Chinese people, according to Bloomberg.  The new executive order bars American companies and individuals from making "any transaction" with WeChat over concerns about how much user data the app collects and whether the Chinese government is able to access it. Though it's not clear how the order would be enforced or whether it's legal, it could have far-reaching implications for the app's users in the US, as well as Tencent.  Here's how Tencent got its start in the late '90s and grew to become one of the most powerful companies in the world. Tencent was founded in 1998 by Ma Huateng — better known as Pony Ma — along with three of his classmates from college and a friend. Today, Ma is one of the richest people in the world with a net worth of $55.5 billion, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index. While Ma oversees the company, Tencent's day-to-day operations are managed by its president, Martin Lau, according to Bloomberg.  Tencent has a hand in everything from entertainment to financial services to comics. But perhaps its most powerful tool is WeChat. While WeChat began as a messaging app, it's evolved into much more than that.  Tencent launched WeChat in 2011 with the goal of allowing users to send messages over the internet, much like WhatsApp. Since then, Tencent has added features like video calling, gaming, shopping, the ability to send mobile payments, and the option to hail a taxi or order food.  The app is a major part of everyday life in China, to an extent that users outside the country can't fully comprehend.  "For all intents and purposes WeChat is your phone, and to a far greater extent in China than anywhere else, your phone is everything," analyst and Stratechery founder Ben Thompson wrote in 2017. "There is nothing in any other country that is comparable, particularly the Facebook properties (Facebook, Messenger, and WhatsApp) to which WeChat is commonly compared."  But WeChat has also become a surveillance tool, according to experts. Researchers at Citizen Lab recently found that WeChat has been monitoring sensitive keywords and images sent by users overseas and using the findings to help it train its censorship algorithms in China.   The app also collects a substantial amount of information from its users, including their face and voice, leading some to worry that it could become an instrument for the Chinese government.   In recent years, Tencent has become the world's largest video game company through its tactic of investing in or outright buying up major game makers. Tencent outright owns Riot Games, the Los Angeles-based studio responsible for two of the world's biggest games: "League of Legends" and "Teamfight Tactics." Tencent also owns a 40% stake in Epic Games, the North Carolina-based company behind "Fortnite," the Epic Games Store, and Unreal Engine, the software suite that powers a huge portion of gaming. And it owns the majority of Supercell, the Finnish mobile gaming powerhouse behind "Clash of Clans," "Clash Royale," and "Brawl Stars." On top of that, Tencent has minority stakes in "Call of Duty" publisher Activision and "Assassin's Creed" publisher Ubisoft. And for American companies looking to get their games in front of the Chinese market, Tencent also operates as a gatekeeper of sorts. For example, when Activision wants to bring "Call of Duty" to China, it partners with Tencent. Same goes for EA, Sony, and Ubisoft.  Moreover, Tencent operates WeGame — the Chinese equivalent of Steam, the world's largest PC gaming storefront. There's one major difference between Steam and WeGame: Tencent's version of Steam has far more users. All of that combined means Tencent is the most powerful gaming company in the world.  Tencent has its own production company, Tencent Pictures, which has invested in multiple US films. Launched in 2015, Tencent Pictures has been involved in high-profile Hollywood projects, including:  "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" "Terminator: Dark Fate" "Top Gun: Maverick"  "Venom" "Wonder Woman" "Kong: Skull Island" "Men in Black: International"  It's a major investor, with holdings in Tesla, Reddit, Discord, and Snap. Tencent has invested in more "unicorn" startups than Japanese investment giant SoftBank, according to Quartz. Source: Quartz, Bloomberg, Pitchbook Tencent also has a stake in streaming, music, and comics. The company has signed major distribution deals with Sony Music, Warner Music Group, and YG Entertainment, which allow Tencent to distribute their music catalogs online and promote artists from those labels on Tencent's platforms, according to Reuters.  And in 2015, Tencent signed a deal worth $700 million with National Basketball Association, making the company the NBA's exclusive digital partner in China. The deal allowed Tencent to carry live games, the NBA draft, the NBA Finals, and the All-Star Game, Bloomberg reported at the time.  Tencent also has a massive comics and animation business, with its app pulling in 120 million monthly active users, according to TechCrunch.  Tencent is currently valued around $69 billion, making it the eighth-largest company in the world in terms of market value, according to Bloomberg. Tencent is more valuable than Berkshire Hathaway and Johnson & Johnson, and is edging in on Alibaba. While Tencent is based in Shenzen, China, it has offices in Amsterdam, Bangkok, Tokyo, Palo Alto, California, and elsewhere around the world. 
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This paid advertising is seen as the most effective digital marketing strategy, you can apply to your marketing campaigns.PPC ads run on a variety of platforms viz social media channels and search engines like Google, Bing, etc.In Google Ads, when you type any keyword search query, you’ll get results to appear at the top.Or these ads can also be seen on the websites, which are the components of the Google display network.Identify the objective .Since the goal of every research is to find a target audience that ultimately moves to conversions of running those paid advertisements campaigns.How to start customer research?Before launching an Ads campaign, you should first focus on your customer’s taste, what do they want, what they are exactly looking for?Start pulling the trigger by selecting some keywords, but wait, what if, your customers are not searching for the keywords and phrases you target?Whether you are planning to increase your sales or subscribers, it is very important to know, what are you starting with, otherwise, it will be too late to run ads and will ultimately give you no returns.Draw on customer data, you are currently having, go for buyer personas, to help yourself with relevant keywords, you want them to appear, when a user searches for the stuff you sell.Make a list and begin.2.There is various online free and paid keyword selections and planning tools, available in the market, what we recommend is Google Keyword Planner,What is (Top – 1) strategy?Prepare a separate spreadsheet.Generate keywords, usingkeyword analysis PickLong Tail keywords, which are less competitive.Choose the middle option.Include negative keywords in your first Google PPC campaign.This is a hyper-segmentation phase of paid advertising.This will exclude that category of audience, which has nothing to do with your items.It saves your money and turning out a best Google PPC strategy to avoid irrelevant clicks.5.
A criminal investigation has been launched after a police officer was filmed apparently kneeling on a teenager’s neck in July during an arrest.The incident, on July 17, came as Leeds United fans celebrated their club’s promotion to the Premier League. Just one day earlier, a Metropolitan Police officer in London had been suspended, and another placed on restricted duties, after a separate video appeared to show one of them kneeling on a man’s neck in Islington.The West Yorkshire Police officer will be interviewed on suspicion of common assault by investigators from the police watchdog and investigated for gross misconduct.Footage shared on social media shows a 17-year-old boy restrained by officers on the ground outside Elland Road stadium, with one appearing to use his knee.The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is appealing for witnesses to the incident at around 5pm on July 17.IOPC regional director Miranda Biddle said: “We understand why the images that were circulated caused considerable public concern.“After the footage was shared on social media, a voluntary referral was made to us in relation to the conduct of the officer.“Having examined a range of evidence including body-worn video and initial accounts from the officers involved in the restraint, we have taken the decision that this is now a criminal investigation.“A criminal investigation does not mean that criminal charges will necessarily follow.“It is vitally important that the circumstances of this incident are subject to an independent investigation so we can fully understand what happened and impartially determine the facts.“We have already begun to gather evidence but would like to speak to anyone else who was at Leeds United’s ground at the same time for these celebrations and may have witnessed the incident.”A wave of Black Lives Matter demonstrations have been sweeping the UK following the death of George Floyd, a Black man, at the hands of US police officers.Floyd was killed on May 25 when a police officer kneeled on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds.Meanwhile the Met’s Deputy Commissioner Sir Steve House has described footage of the earlier Islington incident as “deeply disturbing” and said some of the techniques, which are “not taught in police training”, caused him “great concern”.The man’s lawyer called for a formal apology from Scotland Yard.Related... How Boris Johnson's Vow To Tackle Race Inequality Stands A Year On Trump Repeats False Claim About Black Lives Matter Origins Museum Ignores Its Own Poll And Keeps Slave Trader Statue
Many social-media influencers earn money online by promoting products to their followers on Instagram. Katy Bellotte, a YouTube creator and Instagram influencer, broke down how much she earns per sponsored Instagram post.  Bellotte said rates varied based on what the brand is looking for and that, on average, she earns between $2,400 and $5,000 for a sponsored Instagram post.  Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Influencer Dashboard. Katy Bellotte began her influencer career when she created a YouTube channel at 14 years old on the floor of her parents' bathroom. "For my 16th birthday, I asked my parents for a tax ID number so I could start earning AdSense," she told Business Insider. Now, nine years and 477,000 YouTube subscribers later, Bellotte earns money a variety of ways, with brand sponsorships at the top, she said. She earns money by placing ads on her YouTube channel, and promoting products on her Instagram page (176,000 followers) and her podcast "Thick & Thin."  On average, Bellotte earns between $2,400 and $5,000 for a sponsored Instagram post, she said. For an Instagram Story slide, she asks for $500 per frame. She said it was hard to pin down one exact rate and that, when working with a brand, Bellotte and her manager set a rate depending on the "sponsorship package." A package typically includes one Instagram post, a story, and sometimes a 30- to 60-second mention in a YouTube video, she said. Bellotte noted that this comes before taxes, which she pays quarterly. She saves 40% of every sponsorship paycheck for taxes, she said. Recently, advertising revenue for some influencers has taken a hit, as brands cut marketing budgets to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic.  Bellotte said that her rates have stayed the same, but now when it comes to brand deals, the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement have shifted the way she looks at paid collaborations. Bellotte said that she is taking extra precaution when choosing what companies she wants to endorse.  "The first step to any partnership these days has been to do intense research on the brand," Bellotte said. "Of course I only want to be sponsored by brands and endorse products that I use and like, but then even if I like the product, if the brand itself doesn't have a strong foundation and doesn't have the values that I look for, I don't work with them." How Bellotte got started on YouTube  Bellotte's first brand sponsorship was with the makeup brand BH Cosmetics. They sent her a $40 eye-shadow palette in exchange for a video promoting the product on her YouTube channel, she said. "This was back when a brand could ask you to post something in exchange for a product," she said, adding that she thinks influencers today should charge for a video mention and should not accept free products as payment.  Bellotte doesn't reach out to brands, she said. Most sponsorship opportunities come from the brand emailing her or from her manager, Matter Media Group, setting up opportunities for her.  The brand will either say what it wants, and how much it's looking to pay, or pitch a concept. Bellotte and her manager then send back a proposal and cost.  "All of this is facilitated through my management," she said. "I would not be able to handle the workload of this on my own."  Her management receives a 20% cut, she said.  What brands are paying for  In Bellotte's experience, brands pay more for a package than a single post, she said.  She said after she posts the sponsored content to Instagram, the company typically comes back and asks for specific performance metrics, like how many views a story got, or for the impressions on a sponsored Instagram post. She said some brands also asked for "saves," or how many people saved the post to their personal account.  "You'll notice there are some creators out there who are getting smart about this," she said. "Saying, 'To enter my giveaway, you have to save the post and then do X, Y, Z.' Then, when brands ask for the save numbers, they have an inflated number because they'll do things like that." This article was originally published on October 15 and has been updated to reflect changes in Bellotte's influencer business. Watch Bellotte walk us through how she built her business using social media in an exclusive webinar:  2 YouTube creators explain how they built their businesses and adapted to the pandemic — and how much money they earn SEE ALSO: VIDEO: 2 YouTube creators explain how they built their businesses and adapted to the pandemic — and how much money they earn Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why YETI coolers are so expensive
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Social Media platforms are acting as global-connecting platforms.With such a significant population at them, understanding the buyer’s persona will surely help you to market your healthcare brand and services online.Another point of approach through Social Media is to obtain direct feedback from users or potential customers.When you include quality content in your social media profiles, users share with their friends and act as an Electronic Word of Mouth or eWoM.How to get benefitted from Social Media Marketing for the Healthcare sector?Social Media Strategy is the key that helps you to achieve your goals.Follow this simple plan to effectively promote your healthcare brand through social media: Be informative – Being in the healthcare sector, you may have limited resources or ways to promote.It is not bad to post a joke or two, create engagement events in the form of polls, ask the expert, etc.Be consistent – Maintain the frequency of your posts.
As we have heard before that Twitter is planning to launch a paid subscription-based service for its users, it seems like the plan has now turned into a solid strategy.Recently, the social media platform has revealed a new survey for its forthcoming paid subscription service.It appears that the company would offer advanced features to the paid users like editing tweets, the capability to add longer tweets, and publish high-quality videos.According to the evidence, Twitter is creating a subscription-driven platform with a developers’ team, and the company has codenamed its team “Gryphon.” As per various media reports, Twitter has started the survey to test its forthcoming paid features such as compatibility for profile badges, additional social listening analytics, auto-responses, and the capability to start business surveys about ads.Premium subscription will also include the “Undo Send” feature that would allow you to revoke your Tweet within a 30-second window.That way, you will be able to re-edit your posts before finally sending it to your audience.It will improve your overall Tweet quality as you will be able to fix the typos errors even after publishing your post.
So, how do you go about making sure that your website and your blogs can be found by a search engine Digital Marketing Fitness when someone types in a keyword?Let me backtrack a little bit for a moment.It used to be really easy.Several years ago, as search engines were still evolving, marketers discovered it was easy to manipulate their SERP, search engine results page, and force their website or blogs to rank higher on a list of sites brought up by a keyword search.
Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Automated Content Moderation Market - Growth Drivers, Opportunities and Forecast Analysis to 2026” has been featured on WiseGuyReports. Automated Content Moderation market is segmented by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Automated Content Moderation market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by Type and by Application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026. Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Service Software and Platform   ALSO READ:   Market segment by Application, split into Social Media E-commerce Retailer Others   Based on regional and country-level analysis, the Automated Content Moderation market has been segmented as follows: North America United States Canada Europe Germany France U.K. Italy Russia Nordic Rest of Europe Asia-Pacific China Japan South Korea Southeast Asia India Australia Rest of Asia-Pacific Latin America Mexico Brazil Middle East & Africa Turkey Saudi Arabia UAE Rest of Middle East & Africa   In the competitive analysis section of the report, leading as well as prominent players of the global Automated Content Moderation market are broadly studied on the basis of key factors. The report offers comprehensive analysis and accurate statistics on revenue by the player for the period 2015-2020.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Last night, the Trump administration issued a pair of stunning executive orders against Chinese technology companies, banning US transactions with the companies after a deadline of September 20th. Most of the immediate focus has been on TikTok, which was targeted through its parent company ByteDance — but the second order could have a far more unpredictable impact, targeting text app WeChat and its parent company Tencent. Tencent is one of the largest tech companies in the world, and it’s spent the last few years buying stakes in video game studios, music companies, and social media apps. It’s bigger than ByteDance, and with significant ownership stakes in Snap, Blizzard, Spotify, and others, it’s far more embedded in the global tech... Continue reading…
Social media platforms like Facebook are trending a lot these days still there are a lot of internet users who are still stuck with the idea of exchanging emails on platforms like Gmail.Though people might switch to Facebook or any other medium to drop a text or maybe video call their friends or family but if you are a working professional then you can only interact officially.And for all such formal conversations, you need email account.And there is no other email account as accurate as Gmail.Forgetting the Password of Gmail and Recovering it  The Internet plays a vital role in our lives and nearly all of us use internet daily.But still a lot of us often end up forgetting the password of Gmail accounts.And once you forget the password of your Gmail account, you won’t be able to log in.
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This is mainly because most of the people prefer to watch a live video instead of viewing social media posts or reading an article or other texts.So, on the whole, live streaming is the best option for businesses to reach global users and to communicate effectively with their customers.Also, the transparent nature of the live videos will help businesses in building confidence in the minds of their customers.Thereby, they can open the door for reinforcing the bond with their valuable customers.So, for all business models and for businesses of all sizes, it is a must to have an engaging live streaming platform in order to deliver a rich and personalized experience for their customers and employees.Understanding the growing demand for enthralling live streaming platforms, many businesses now focus more on live streaming.So, have a look at it.What do users want from a live streaming platform?Normally, people wish to view live videos from the device of their own choice such as tablets, smartphones, laptops, etc and so the live streaming platform must be easily and quickly accessible from these devices and platforms.People are more likely to watch high-quality videos with less buffering.
Global Mineral Sunscreen Market: Global Industry Analysis 2015-2019 & Opportunity Assessment 2020-2030A recent market study published by Future Market Insights on global mineral sunscreen market offers global industry analysis for 2015-2019 & opportunity assessment for 2020-2030.After conducting a thorough research on the historical, as well as current growth parameters, the growth prospects of the market are obtained with maximum precision.Market SegmentationThe global mineral sunscreen market is segmented in detail to cover every aspect of the market and present complete market intelligence to readers.Skin TypeDryOilySensitiveUpright/Non-Portable garment steamerSun Protection FactorUp to 29 SPF30 SPF – 49 SPF50 SPF – 69 SPF70 SPF and moreConsumer OrientationMaleFemaleUnisexNatureNaturalOrganicSyntheticSample of Research Report @ RangeEconomy/ Mid-RangePremiumAgeAdultChildrenSales ChannelDirectIndirectSupermarkets/HypermarketsConvenience StoresIndependent Small StoresDiscounted StoresOnline Sales ChannelOthersRegionNorth AmericaLatin AmericaEuropeSouth AsiaEast AsiaOceaniaMEAReport ChaptersChapter 01 - Executive SummaryThe executive summary of the mineral sunscreen market includes the market country analysis, proprietary wheel of fortune, demand-side and supply-side trends, opportunity assessment, and recommendations on the global mineral sunscreen.Chapter 02 – Market OverviewReaders can find the detailed segmentation and definition of the mineral sunscreen market in this chapter, which will help them understand basic information about the mineral sunscreen market.Readers can also find information on the impact of the pandemic on various sectors such as manufacturing and supply chain across the globe.Chapter 05 – Impact of Covid-19 on Industrial MarketThis chapter provides in-depth analysis of progression by phase and response.It shows the shift in consumer spending and answers questions pertaining to winning and losing segments.Chapter 07 – Adoption Rate of Mineral SunscreenThe chapter highlights the adoption rate of mineral sunscreen.Moreover, it will help readers understand key trends followed by leading manufacturers in the mineral sunscreen market.Chapter 14 – Consumer Sentiment AnalysisThis chapter highlights which specific brand preferred by the consumers and why, factor influencing market behavior, which mode of advertisement is more preferred by the vendors, key challenges associated with the market suppliers, and many others consumer sentiment analysis.Chapter 15 – Social Media Sentiment AnalysisThis section of the report highlights the consumer perception for target products on social media platforms, trending brands, trending #hashtags, trending subject titles and many others social media sentiment analysis.Chapter 16 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Skin TypeBased on skin type, the mineral sunscreen market is segmented into sensitive, normal, oily, and dry.Chapter 17 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Sun Protection FactorOn the basis of sun protection factor, the market is segmented into up to 20 SPF, 30 SPF to 40 SPF, 50 SPF to 69 SPF, and 70 SPF and more.Chapter 18 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Consumer OrientationOn the basis of consumer orientation, the global market for mineral sunscreen is segmented into male, female, and unisex.Chapter 19 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by NatureThis chapter provides detailed analysis of segmentation of the market on the basis of nature, which includes natural, organic, and synthetic.Chapter 20 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Price RangeBased on price range, the mineral sunscreen market is segmented into economy/ mid-range and premium.In this chapter, readers can find market attractiveness analysis, based on delivery.Chapter 21 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by AgeBased on age, the global mineral sunscreen market is segmented into adult and children.Chapter 22 – Global Mineral Sunscreen Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Sales ChannelBased on sales channel, the mineral sunscreen market is segmented into direct, indirect and indirect is further sub-segmented into supermarkets/ hypermarkets, convenience stores, independent small stores, discounted stores, online sales channel, and others.
Social Media Analytics MarketIn this rapidly changing world of technology, social media analytics market is projected to show major growth prospects during the forecast period.FREE [email protected] compared to other regions, the social media analytics market in North America is expected to witness significant growth.This is owing to the developed economies in that region.The social media analytics market is growing rapidly over 28% of CAGR and is expected to reach at approx.Taste the market data and market information presented through more than 30 market data tables and figures spread over 100 numbers of pages of the project report.The application segment is further bifurcated into customer segmentation & targeting, multichannel campaign management, competitor bench marking, customer behavioral analysis, marketing measurement and others.
The lower-than-expected attendance at President Trump’s rally in Tulsa on June 20 was attributed, at least in part, to an online army of K-pop fans who used the social network TikTok to organize and reserve tickets for the rally as a means of pranking the campaign. Similarly, the historically unprecedented scale of the George Floyd protests can be attributed in part to social media. By some estimates, 25 million Americans participated at protests. Social media has proven itself as a tool for political activism, from online boycotts to offline gatherings. It also has implications for how political campaigns operate. Social… This story continues at The Next Web
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E-scooters are trending in the economy, mainly because of the convenience it offers to people.What more can be more environmentally friendly than E-riding solutions like E-scooter?It does not release any fumes like petrol or diesel-powered vehicles.Market trends related to on-demand E-scooters appsAccording to a report by Crunchbase, LimeBike has raised $310 million in Series D round of funding, led by Bain Capital Ventures.The Lime ride app has over 3 million rides across the fleets of bikes and scooters.Lime has partnered with Uber to promote the unconventional model of transportation.According to a Publisher report, the E-scooter market is expected to reach $35 billion by 2025.Factors favoring the On-demand electric scootersGlobally the electric scooter market is going through a significant transformation as more and people have shifted to eco-friendly bike usage.The governments of the developing countries are encouraging this new mode of two-wheeler not only to promote a green environment but also to offer advanced transportation options to the people.Carbon emission from vehicles has increased the pollution levels, mainly in metropolitan cities and other crowded cities.People are still not used to the fact that hiring E-scooter is possible through an app.In order to popularize the apps, there are some major steps to be followed, here are some of them:Have a strong marketing strategy and promote the apps in major social media platforms so that people are familiar with Lime like apps are out there for quick commuting.People mainly use these E-bikes for short-distance transportation, so have stations near hot spots like Airports, Railway Stations, public libraries, etc.Have features like battery meter, distance meter, headlights, etc., so people have more comfort in riding the E-scooter.Lime has recently introduced the Group ride feature.In which multiple bikes can be unlocked from an account.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Facebook is joining Microsoft in condemning Apple’s App Store policies today. The social media company is launching its Facebook Gaming app for iOS — primarily an app used to watch streamers play video games — but has had to remove the app’s mini games feature to pass Apple’s strict App Store approval process. Facebook isn’t happy about the compromise. “Unfortunately, we had to remove gameplay functionality entirely in order to get Apple’s approval on the standalone Facebook Gaming app — meaning iOS users have an inferior experience to those using Android,” said Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer in a press statement given to The Verge. “We’re staying focused on building communities for the more than 380 million people... Continue reading…
As the number of cases continues to escalate rapidly, around the globe, it is on the verge of- Disrupting everyday lives.Shattering health systems.Making way for devastating geopolitical changes.Changed Business models across geographies.Experts have also warned that the global economy may nose-dive for the worst and millions of people may be the victims of the same; So much for the negative impact?In this time of crisis, there still is a ray of hope to minimize if not completely eradicate the gloom-ridden impact of the catastrophe.It may be a force to reckon with if utilized to the optimum level streamlining work processes and mitigating the losses.So what can ORGANIZATIONS do right now to lead from a digital podium?Following this, it is important early on to take a recce of the digital preparedness of your organization and where you need to focus on.So organizations should focus on a well-optimized website featuring their products or services.Increase your Social Media presence – Make it your strong point.Your customers need to have updates on your business which will help in maintaining the old customers and also gaining new ones.Secondly promoting your business on any social media platform can be easily seen by people and it is a guaranteed way to tell about your business.Interesting trivia’s, updates and any of information which will make you stand out from the rest of the competitors can easily made available on social media.Making automation simplified -Maybe now is the time for organizations to take note of the fact that simple automation techniques will be highly beneficial for them and will be able to achieve a range of tasks.They typically include email query management in case of a huge volume of emails from clients (this includes sending emails also) and transferring of the data within the systems.
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In the latest saga of the techwar, Trump signs vague executive orders to ban transactions with Wechat and Tiktok owners in 45 days.
US president Donald Trump has made another embarrassing verbal blunder which sent Twitter alight.On Thursday, Trump spoke at a Whirlpool factory in Clyde, Ohio, where he griped about corporations sending jobs overseas to countries like “Thighland” and Vietnam.As the video clip shows, the president quickly corrected himself.President Trump pronounces Thailand "thigh land" before correcting himself."— The Hill (@thehill) August 6, 2020 As you might expect, the misspeak amused many on social media, especially since it came just days after Trump mispronounced the name of Yosemite National Park as “Yo-Semites.” Thighland is the home of the Yo Semites.— Paul Begala (@PaulBegala) August 6, 2020Good thing there wasn't a geography portion on that cognitive test.— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) August 6, 2020I used to frequent a strip club called "Thighland". Great happy hour.— ralphgarman (@RalphGarman) August 6, 2020Thighland is my favorite country after Assganistan.— Alexis Boucher (@alexis_b82) August 6, 2020 The US president said: “Four or five years ago this place was a disaster. In 2017 Whirlpool won relief from the ITC (US International Trade Commission) once again. Once more, your foreign competitors moved their factories to prevent a level playing field, and to avoid liability.“Shifting production to Thighland, and to Vietnam ...”Trump then repeated himself to correct the pronunciation of Thailand, adding: “Two places that – I like their leaders very much – do they take advantage of the United States? Not so much anymore.”Earlier in the day, Trump launched a deeply personal attack on Joe Biden, even questioning without foundation the former vice president’s faith in God. Even for a president known for his blunt criticism, Trump’s remarks stood out and they signalled how contentious his election campaign may get over the coming months.“He’s against God. He’s against guns. He’s against energy, our kind of energy. I don’t think he’s going to do too well in Ohio,” Trump said.Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates responded to Trump’s comments by saying: “Joe Biden’s faith is at the core of who he is; he’s lived it with dignity his entire life, and it’s been a source of strength and comfort in times of extreme hardship.” Bates also accused Trump of using a Bible “for his own cynical optics as he sought to tear our nation apart at a moment of crisis and pain”, a reference to when federal law enforcement officers drove protesters out of Lafayette Square shortly before a photo opportunity in which Trump held a Bible.Related... Donald Trump Thinks Joe Biden, A Practising Catholic, Will 'Hurt God' This Expert Thinks Trump Will Lose The Election. Here's Why Facebook Removes Trump's Post For First Time Over 'Virtually Immune' Coronavirus Claim
President Trump said Friday he plans to ban TikTok in the US.
Twitter is taking additional steps to address the potential for manipulation and election interference on its platform, stating that it has new labels specifically for media accounts belonging to states and governments. The labels provide context for users, according to Twitter, including on the accounts of those who are affiliated with the state media account, including people like editors-in-chief, senior … Continue reading