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The Latest Tech News from Around the World

by Mary Sewell

Google is reportedly working on a successor to the Pixel and Pixel 2 that would be called the Pixel 4, according to reports published by 9to5Google. The Pixel 4 would feature the same design as the Pixel 3 but would come in a few different colors.

With all the news coming from the technology world, it can be hard to stay on top of what’s happening. Thankfully, there are some fantastic bloggers out there who are constantly keeping you up to date.

These bloggers are constantly updating their websites with the latest tech news from around the globe.

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If you want to know what’s happening worldwide and wildly what is trending on social media, look no further than our latest Tech news roundup. This week, we have tech news from the UK, the US, and China.

Tech News

Facebook acquires WhatsApp

Facebook is acquiring WhatsApp, a messaging service with more than 1 billion users worldwide.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, and the acquisition is expected to bring an incredible amount of exposure to the app.

Facebook is an active investor in other messaging apps like Instagram and Messenger. It has also acquired several companies, such as Instagram and Oculus VR.

The move by Facebook is a significant step forward for the company, which has struggled with growth issues in recent years.

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Google gets serious about self-driving cars.

Google’s self-driving car project has been coming long, but it seems to finally be paying off.

The company announced today that its self-driving car project is going into mass production. The goal is to produce a fleet of self-driving vehicles for commercial use.

This is a significant step forward for the project, which has been developing for several years. Google has been working on autonomous driving for years, but the project is ramping up to get the vehicles on the road.

The project is spearheaded by Sebastian Thrun, who was previously the head of Google’s Loon Project. He’s also the founder of the Waymo project.

Dell’s CEO, Michael Dell, steps down.

Dell, Inc. CEO Michael Dell announced his resignation on February 19, 2019. Dell, Inc. CEO Michael Dell resigned from the company on February 19, 2019, after spending a year trying to buy back the company he founded.

In 2016, Dell, Inc. filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy and emerged from the restructuring process a year later. At the time of Dell’s exit, the company had a market capitalization of $24.9 billion and about 2,900 employees.

Dell’s departure will leave founder Michael Dell as the sole owner of the company.

Michael Dell has been the CEO of Dell, Inc. since 2012. He is also a member of the Dell board of directors.

Dell, Inc. is a manufacturer of computers and other consumer electronics products.

Apple buys the music streaming service Beats.

Apple has bought music streaming service Beats for $3 billion.

While the company didn’t say how many employees the service has, it’s believed that the number is in the low-to-mid single digits.

Apple says that the service will remain a separate brand and that both services will continue operating independently.

It’s not clear when the service was launched, but it could have been as early as March of this year. The Apple TV+ service launched with four shows: “See,” “The Morning Show,” “For All Mankind,” and “See What It Is.” It also has the original series “The Elephant Queen” and “Dickinson.” Apple says that the service has over 100 million subscribers.

Apple is taking a risk by launching a standalone streaming video service. Unlike Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, Apple doesn’t have an extensive library of existing content to leverage. It will need to spend big money on original programming to build up its library. It has already committed $1 billion to this effort, and it could pay more. The service will compete directly with Netflix, which has an ever-growing library of original content and a reputation for high quality. Apple is starting minor and may have to grow its library before it can compete on scale. This strategy makes sense, as Apple wants to offer its users the best services in the world. It’s not clear how the company plans to do that if it’s only offering a few original series. It’unclearar when the service will expand beyond the four initial offerings.

Frequently asked questions About Tech News.

Q: What’s your favorite app on your smartphone?

A: I like Google Maps and love playing with my kids. I also like Snapchat and Instagram.

Q: Do you use other social media apps besides Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram?

A: Yes, I use Google Plus, Pinterest, and Tumblr.

Q: Which social media platforms do you most use?

A: My favorite platform is Instagram because it’s swift and easy to use. My second favorite platform is Twitter because it helps me stay in touch with family and friends. I also enjoy Google Plus because I can upload videos and images to share with family and friends.

 Top myths about Tech News

1. We will never have enough oil.

2. We can continue to expand for decades.

3. We will run out of water.

4. There are no limits to how much energy we can use.

5. We don’t need to worry about the environment because we have a 100-year supply of fossil fuels.


With the rise of technology, we’ve seen an increase in the amount of information we consume daily. There is so much news that it’s hard to keep up with.

I’m excited to share my favorite tech news sources that I think you’ll enjoy!

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