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(Reuters) -Netflix Inc said it would make a deeper dive into video games as the movie and TV streaming service projected weak subscriber growth amid growing competition and the lifting of pandemic restrictions that had kept people at home.
WhatsApp is testing a feature that enables users to message from up to four devices simultaneously, without needing to mirror it off their smartphone.
The website Kita Jaga Malaysia aims to help people offer aid to those in need.
A scaled-back version of the world’s biggest mobile telecommunications fair got underway Monday in Spain under tight virus controls, with top firms avoiding an in-person presence after the pandemic derailed last year’s edition.
Pornhub has been increasingly under the gun as the adult video site was sued this week by 34 women who say they appeared without consent in footage showing rape, sexual abuse, revenge porn or images of them when they were minors.
Gaurav Sharma said he was influenced by other YouTubers who have also uploaded videos of themselves performing the same stunt.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's government has urged two provinces that are home to production facilities of companies such as Samsung Electronics and Foxconn to boost efforts to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak disrupting industrial production.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - With Walt Disney Co theme park operations limited due to the coronavirus pandemic, investors watching the company report earnings on Thursday are expected to zero in on its fast growth into streaming TV.
Facebook Inc and Google came under fire at a congressional hearing for the impact their social media services have on children, with lawmakers zeroing in on Facebook’s plan for a new app for kids and YouTube’s feature that serves up a continuous stream of videos.
In a private Facebook group called the Pittsburgh Area Police Breakroom, many current and retired officers spent the year criticising chiefs who took a knee or officers who marched with Black Lives Matter protesters, whom they called “terrorists” or “thugs”.