India bans TikTok, a Chinese origin app for it’s 1.3 billion population. A move that could severely disrupt the app market.
YouTube star Jenna Marbles is leaving YouTube after controversy erupted over her racially offensive videos from the past.
What does Mary Trump, niece to the US President, reveal in her upcoming book?
Rioting and looting erupt in the German city of Stuttgart. Several groups attack police officers.
France decided to send in police reinforcements to quell the lawlessness on the streets of Dijon after four days of … More
Reporting in both the UK and India showed that Google temporarily censored pictures of Winston Churchill, the British Prime minister who famously led the country during World War II.
Should the rest of the world blindly trust Beijing’s official reporting on the second wave?
Social Media posts about HR Bill 6666 are going viral. We explain the conspiracy theories behind it.
Bitcoin rises to $10k again after US President Trump threatens to use the army against protesters and rioters in cities.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg serves up some cold revenge to the banks that didn’t want to back his Libra cryptocoin.
After a Forbes article entitled ‘inside Kylie Jenner’s web of lies’ appears and her removal from the ‘billionaire list’ ensues, the young reality star hits back over being called a cheater.
VeChain crypto signs an agreement with pharma giant Bayer to produce blockchain traceability solution in healthcare.
Woman in wheelchair holding knife blocks Target looters in Minneapolis, is then attacked and beaten by rioters.
Twitter labels two Trump tweets as potentially misleading for the very first time. The White House occupant reacts angrily. Dorsey’s personnel of course has a history of bias against Trump.
Reports about the imminent death of several French car brands Renault, Citroën and Peugeot are multiplying in recent days.
A woman named Amy Cooper called the police on an African-American man filming her in Central Park. She falsely accused him of threatening her.
Singers Lana Del Rey and Doja Cat are both accused of racism in a fast moving story that has been making headlines all week.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson clearly doesn’t give two cents for the public opinion anymore after another example of class divide during the Coronacrisis came to light over the weekend.
Rob Kenney from Bellevue, Washington, started a YouTube channel on 1 April featuring very simple step by step videos. He amassed 1.5 million subscribers after 6 weeks.
Doordash sells his product for $16$ while he gets paid $24. In other words, for every pizza that he sells, Doordash actually loses $8. Thus, he started ordering multiple pizzas from himself and had them delivered to a friend.