After this expansion, Facebook users across the world can enjoy videos from different genres, including entertainment, sports and news in their personalised "Watch Feed" that carries a collection of recent videos from the pages they follow.
Vodafone Australia and TPG Telecom have agreed to merge into a single $15bn telecommunications company that could provide a serious competitor to Telstra and Optus and help lower prices for consumers. The merger is expected result in "substantial cost synergies" and allow the companies to maximise opportunities to invest in 5G technology. If the deal goes ahead - and it is subject to a number of approval processes including a TPG shareholder vote, and sign-off from the Australian Competition ...
This means that just Rs 10,720 crore of the junked currency notes did not return to the banking system . They have been disposed of and the final account that has come up is about Rs. In March 2017, the share of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 currency notes, in value terms, accounted for 72.7% of the total value of banknotes in circulation.
British cave explorer Vernon Unsworth , who helped in the effort last month to rescue the Thai youth soccer team from a cave, is preparing a civil complaint for libel against the Tesla chief executive. The US Securities and Exchange Commission is now reported to be investigating the matter, and some Tesla investors are suing the firm over the tweets.
Uber, which has scaled back its driverless vehicle program, could ramp up efforts as part of a reported alliance with Japanese auto giant Toyota. It may be recalled that Uber had to shut down its self-driven cars project in Arizona following an accident with one of its self-driven cars hitting a pedestrian and killing her.
US President Trump threatened he could still put tariffs on Canadian-made cars if Canada did not join its neighbours. Tell that to the Big Three, or Honda and Toyota in Ontario, or to parts suppliers like Linamar and Magna. Analysts said it won't be easy to simply shut the door on the Canadians. U.S. President Donald Trump said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should expect a call "very soon" to discuss the future of trade on the North American continent.