Be aware of Chrome OS and Mozilla Firefox, says Indian government (here’s why)

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Be aware of Chrome OS and Mozilla Firefox, says Indian government (here’s why)

Here are today’s top new trends from the tech world. News that we believe all tech enthusiasts should keep an eye on in the tech world.

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Be aware of Chrome OS and Mozilla Firefox, says Indian government (here’s why)

Do you regularly use Chromebook or Mozilla Firefox to browse? If the answer is “yes”, you need to be careful when using them. Indeed, the Indian government has issued a high-risk warning for Chrome OS and Mozilla Firefox users. The Indian government’s cybersecurity agency, CERT-in, has warned that these two systems are plagued with several vulnerabilities and bugs. The Indian government has further stated that these vulnerabilities can provide hackers with access to all your important data and can even launch sophisticated attacks on your system.

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Meta gave up on its smartwatch dream

Meta, which already spends billions of dollars on Metaverse, is currently engaged in cost-cutting measures. And as part of that process, the social media giant has now decided to scrap its smartwatch project. For anyone who doesn’t know, for the past two years Meta has been trying to create a smartwatch with the goal of taking on the Apple Watch. And beware, the company was really planning to compete with the Apple Watch. This is because Meta intended to add not one but two cameras in its smartwatch. This would have made Meta smartwatch a truly unique product. But unfortunately, this product will never see the light of day again.

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Jack Dorsey and Jay Z launched a Bitcoin Academy

Twitter CEO attends 'dmexco' in Cologne
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Twitter co-founder and Block CEO Jack Dorsey has teamed up with popular rapper Jay Z to launch one of his Bitcoin Academies. This academy will be located in Brooklyn, New York and will hold both offline and online classes. The main objective of this academy is to emphasize Bitcoin as a path to financial freedom. Well, I personally don’t know Jay Z, but Dorsey has always been a strong believer in cryptos. This despite the fact that many famous billionaires like Warren Buffet and Bill Gates have described cryptos as mere “hype”.

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Popular condom brand Kamasutra launches into NFT

Kamasutra, the brand that is almost synonymous with condoms in India, has become the latest brand to join the NFT craze. The company has launched 6 digital tokens and these digital tokens are currently available for sale on several NFT marketplaces. The condom company said its NFTs will help popularize its condom products among millennials and the younger generation. By the way, this is India’s first ever NFT collection in the sexual wellness category.

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Elon Musk says there won’t be a Starlink IPO in the next three to four years

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Elon Musk has said he will not take his satellite internet company Starlink to the US stock market for the next three to four years. This was reported by CNBC. The tech billionaire said Starlink’s revenue needs to reach a desirable stage before it can think about going public. For anyone unaware, Starlink is also planning to launch its service in India soon but the company is facing regulatory hurdles. By the way, as Starlink plans to enter India, it will face competition from Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio. This is because Jio d’Ambani has also set his sights on the Indian satellite internet market.

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