Twitter Blue for Business arrives, Amazon Prime Gaming launches in India, Netflix to end password sharing, and - Gadgets Now

Gadgets Now | Gadgets Now Bureau25 Dec, 2022, 08:00AM IST
Twitter has officially rolled out Twitter Blue for Business. The idea behind having a separate subscription service for businesses is to “further enhance and distinguish businesses on Twitter.” The subscribers will get plenty of features, but the rollout will be done in a phased manner. Read to know everything about Twitter Blue for Business.
The European Union aim to make batteries more sustainable and durable and apply to all sorts of batteries sold in the EU region, including portable batteries, SLI batteries -- powering vehicles, LMT batteries -- that power electric scooters, bikes, EV batteries, and industrial batteries. Read to know what the EU has to say.
With Prime Gaming, Amazon Prime subscribers can get free access to a dozen of games and in-game content. Until now, users in India only had access to Prime Video and Prime Music with their Prime subscription. Here’s everything you need to know about Prime Gaming.
Flipkart and PhonePe are ‘parting ways’. Flipkart has completely separated its business operations from Phone’s, the two entities announced, saying that the move would allow both to chart their own growth paths. PhonePe Group was acquired by Flipkart Group in 2016. "We are confident PhonePe will continue to scale and achieve its vision of providing financial inclusion to millions of Indians," said Kalyan Krishnamurthy, CEO of Flipkart Group. Read to know more.
Netflix plans to stop users from sharing passwords next year, hoping to turn these “sharing is caring” users into new subscribers. The streaming platform long thought of stopping password sharing, but the pandemic delayed its plans, which also brought a lot of new customers, but now that the downfall has begun, the company has decided to go ahead with its plan to end sharing and increase its users. Here’s how Netflix plans to end password sharing among users.
Byju’s has denied the allegations of the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), which claims that the ed-tech company is purchasing the phone number of kids and their parents, threatening them to buy their courses, or else their future will be ruined. Read what Byjus has said against the allegation.
TikTok's parent company conducted an internal investigation, uncovering that four of its employees in China used the app to gather information on two accounts in the US that belonged to journalists. Read to know what TikTok bosses have to say about this.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has agreed to settle the Cambridge Analytica lawsuit, which began in 2018, accusing the social network platform of allowing third parties, including the British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica to access user data for $725 million. Read to know more.
10 video game players from California, New Mexico, and New Jersey have filed a private lawsuit against Microsoft, seeking an order to block Microsoft's acquisition of Activision. Read more to know why Microsoft’s biggest deal is in more trouble than ever.


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