Bill Gates claims that if not for the Microsoft antitrust case, people would use Windows Mobile

Bill Gates claims that if not for the Microsoft antitrust case, people would use Windows Mobile

Bill Gates said on Wednesday that Windows might have been the dominant computer operating system in the world had it not been for the U.S. case of antitrust. The Department of Justice filed against Microsoft. “There’s no question that the antitrust lawsuit was terrible for Microsoft, and we’d have focused more on building the mobile operating system, so in its place of consuming Android now, you’d like to know. Would use Windows Mobile had it not been for the antitrust case, “Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder, and board member, told DealBook at…

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Federal Investigation being faced by Under Armour for their Accounting Practices

Federal Investigation being faced by Under Armour for their Accounting Practices

Under Armour Inc. is an American Multinational Company, manufactures casual apparel, footwear, and sports. Under Armour has been facing federal investigation which is led by the Justice Department and also the Securities and Exchange Commission on their accounting practices, which were carried out in their company. From July 2017, Under Armour has been responding to the investigations and are submitting their documents related to accounting practices since then. Company personnel said that the company is cooperating with both SEC and Federal Dept. and firmly believes that the company was doing…

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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Grilled On Capitol Hill

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Grilled On Capitol Hill

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was grilled on various issues including his troubled cryptocurrency project Libra, free speech and fake news. He had a long day on Capitol Hill where he faced questions of the House Financial Services Committee. Some of the members were very critical of the social media giant. Zuckerberg’s testimony comes close on the heels of the company disclosing the removal of a network of Russian accounts that were targeting the US voters on its photo-sharing platform Instagram. He last appeared before Congress over a year ago and…

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Lower Intake of Red Meat Could Help to Slow Growth of Cancer

Lower Intake of Red Meat Could Help to Slow Growth of Cancer

Diet is the main part of controlling diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. But according to new research diet also helpful in cancer treatment too. According to the article published in journal Nature, avoiding the consumption of an amino acid which is found in eggs and red meat helps cancer treatment of mice. Avoiding the intake of amino acids helps in slowing tumor growth. Mr. Jason Locasale, Duke University professor said that “these effects are very high effects, similar to effects made by drugs treatment.” In many cases drugs itself…

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New York Mayor Announces $37 Million Investment To Address Serious Mental Illness

New York Mayor Announces $37 Million Investment To Address Serious Mental Illness

Public advocate Jumaane Williams has exposed a fact that thousands of calls to 911 for a mental health crisis go unnoticed each year. These figures are enough to show that the mental health system in New York has failed to acknowledge the potential danger from mental health crises. There is an overflow of mentally ill people in jails. However, Mayor De Blasio’s mental health project ‘ThriveNYC’ has come forward to address the issue in a better way. They have planned to invest $37 million to close gaps in services for…

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First Chick-Fil-A Restaurant Will Close In UK Due To LGBTQ Protest

First Chick-Fil-A Restaurant Will Close In UK Due To LGBTQ Protest

The American fast-food chain Chick-Fil-A is going to shut down its first and only chain the in United Kingdom in six months. The decision came after rising protests from the LGBTQ community over the company’s opposition to same-sex marriage. LGBTQ community has been protesting against the restaurant for contributing millions of dollars to anti-LGBTQ groups.  Gay rights activists have urged for a complete boycott of the restaurant, which recently opened its first branch in the Oracle shopping center. It was the second location of the restaurant outside the US. An…

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Teen Suicide Cases Are on Rise in the US, a New CDC Report Reveals

Teen Suicide Cases Are on Rise in the US, a New CDC Report Reveals

The latest federal report reveals suicide rate among teens is rising since the past few years in the US. Rather than giving first preference to their children, nowadays both parents prefer walking-out and doing some job or business. Many times, parents fail to attend their children despite being at home. As a result, children may feel lonely and have depression, which often ends with a suicide. According to the CDC, the suicide rate of people between ages 10-24 has soared by 56% between 2007-2017. Even more, the federal agency noted…

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Chinese Citizens Would Need Facial Data to Access the Internet Services

Chinese Citizens Would Need Facial Data to Access the Internet Services

China’s strict policies of Internet censorship are known all over the world. With the recent addition of facial tracking of the people to track the activities of the people, the human rights violation allegations stirred the world. Today, it comes to the light that the Chinese Government will soon force the people to use the facial data to access internet services from their smartphone. Also, people are required to use facial recognition to get a new phone number in the country. The Government has ordered the telecommunication companies to scan…

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Zantac Pulled from Shelves Citing Probable Contamination of Cancer-Causing Elements

Zantac Pulled from Shelves Citing Probable Contamination of Cancer-Causing Elements

GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) is recalling Zantac, the famous heartburn medicine from all markets. The withdrawal action arrives a few days after the US FDA has discovered improper levels of a carcinogen in the medication. Zantac, commonly available at stores as ranitidine, is a medicine to relieve and prevent heartburn linked with sour stomach and acidity. From 2018, regulators have had recalled some drugs of heart failure and blood pressure. Zantac is the new medicine in which the Food and Drug Administration has discovered impurities, which may lead to cancer. According to…

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NASA InSight Mars Lander Captures Weird Sounds On Planet’s Surface

NASA InSight Mars Lander Captures Weird Sounds On Planet’s Surface

Insight Mars Lander of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has recorded some eerie sounds on the surface of the red planet. The Lander has an extremely sensitive recording device Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure which has sensed over 100 events ever since it was deployed on December 19 last year. Of these, only 21 have been identified as low rumbles of Marsquakes and other as otherworldly sounds. NASA recently released the audio sample that is far too sensitive to be heard by the human ear and therefore it had…

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