Tuesday, 9 August 2022

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Google made $4.7b from the news industry in 2018

LONDON: US-based News Media Alliance published findings from a new study that analyses how Google uses and benefits from news. Among the major findings of the study is that news is a key source on which Google has increasingly relied to drive consumer engagement with its products. The amount of ...

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Seoul aims to attract 23m international visitors by 2022

SEOUL: South Korean government said that it aims to attract 23 million international visitors by 2022, which is expected to create 960,000 new jobs in tourism and related industries. The strategy – crafted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism – was unveiled during a meeting between President Moon ...

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Facebook secretly developing cryptocurrency for WhatsApp users

CALIFORNIA: Tech giant Facebook is secretly working on developing a cryptocurrency that will let users transfer money on WhatsApp. Initially it will be launched in India, people familiar with the matter say. Bloomberg reported that the company is developing a stablecoin – a type of digital currency pegged to the ...

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Tennis: Roger Federer eyes 9th Wimbledon Title

LONDON: Having seen longtime rival Rafael Nadal tighten his iron-grip on Roland Garros, Roger Federer aims to extend his personal dominance of Wimbledon by claiming a ninth title at the All England Club. Despite his 37th birthday fast approaching, and having been stunned by Borna Coric in the Halle grasscourt ...

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McCullum unveils Qalandars’ strategy for PSL3

DUBAI: Revealing Lahore Qalandars’ strategy for the third season of Pakistan Super League (PSL), New Zealand legend Brandon McCullum said his team would continue to play fearless cricket in the tournament. Speaking ahead of his team’s first match against debutants Multan Sultan, the Lahore Qalandars captain said, “If you look ...

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MPs urge strategy to cut suicide rate and target ‘harmful internet content’

LONDON: Ministers should consider how to restrict access to “harmful internet content” which could encourage people to take their own lives to help bring down the “unacceptable” suicide rate, MPs have said. The Commons Health Committee urged the Government to develop a strategy with strong national leadership and clear accountability ...

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