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Huawei gets temporary relief from its U.S. ban
The Trump administration is temporarily easing its ban on Huawei. In an announcement on Monday, the U.S. Department of Commerce said it would be giving the Chinese tech giant a 90-day exemption from trade restrictions, thanks to a Temporary General License (T…

10 things in tech you need to know today
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. The US government temporarily loosened restrictions so that Huawei can help its existing customers. Potential beneficiaries of the temporary license could include internet-access and mobile-ph…

A Beginner's Guide to Starting and Marketing an App
First-timers in app development tend to ask the same questions over and over. Here are the answers.

Apple Pay officially rolling out to users in Hungary and Luxembourg
Apple Pay continues its international expansion today, going live in Hungary and Luxembourg. This means that iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac users in those countries can now take full advantage of Apple’s mobile payment platform. more… The post Apple Pay o…

US temporarily eases limits, other firms follow Google’s move
Two major brands and more companies will be the talk of the mobile industry as the US government continues to crack down on China. Google, a tech giant that powers mobile devices with the Android platform, will soon discontinue providing services, hardware, a…

National Australia Bank becomes latest Australian ‘big four’ bank to support Apple Pay
One of the major Apple Pay holdouts in Australia is finally coming on board to support Apple’s mobile payments platform. National Australia Bank today announced that its customers can now add NAB cards to Apple Pay, becoming the third of the “big four” banks …

Toddler puts mobile charger in mouth, gets electrocuted​
A two-year-old girl was electrocuted after she put a mobile charger in her mouth at her grandmother’s house in Bulandshahr’s Jahangirabad on Saturday.

Democratizing Live Entertainment; Show Us What You Can Do
For actors, musicians, and any other kinds of performers, getting booked for paid gigs can seem virtually impossible without the help of a talent agent. Now is the time for democratizing live entertainment. It doesn’t matter what industry you are in — even in…

US FCC officially supports T-Mobile Sprint merger, DOJ still not convinced
On Monday, the FCC released a statement announcing its support behind the T-Mobile and Sprint merger. FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr cites the benefits that the combined network would allow for people in rural areas that don't have choice for broadband and wir…

Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei says the company is 'fully prepared' for a conflict with the US
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei told Chinese media on Tuesday that the company is "fully prepared" for a clash with the US, which he considers inevitable as the company works towards becoming a global tech leader. Ren's statements come as the US ramps up action again…

Here’s how mobile phone addiction can hamper your skin health
When mobile phones get warm, they tend to interrupt the normal melanin production of your skin, causing dark spots and uneven tones in the long run.

Exercise utmost caution while on duty at counting centres, Deputy Commissioner tells staff
Deputy Commissioner Vinoth Priya has instructed the staff deputed on counting duty to work with utmost caution on May 23. Counting of votes would commence at 8 a.m. at the Government Science College b

Elephantiasis resurfaces among migrant workers in Mysuru
11 tested positive last year; five diagnosed so far this year in blood smear tests

Commerce Dept. grants Huawei a 90-day license to help existing users
Last week the US Commerce Department added Huawei and 68 subsidiaries to its "Entity List" that bans it from doing business with US companies without a special license. Today, as anticipated, the Commerce Department loosened that restriction a bit wi...

US delays Huawei ban for 90 days
US officials have issued a 90-day reprieve on their ban on dealing with Chinese tech giant Huawei, saying breathing space was needed to avoid huge disruption.

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