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OYO hires Amazon.com techie Suvesh Malhotra to head engineering

Suvesh Malhotra will head OYO’s consumer technology including consumer experience, ordering and payment platforms and data analytics

Panasonic Lumix S 100mm F2.8 Macro review: Compact, powerful macro mastery

Panasonic Lumix S 100mm F2.8 Macro lens is a well-rounded, high-performing lens suitable for a wide range of photographic and videographic applications.

Amid growing global scrutiny, US unveils principles for Big Tech reform

White House is reported to have outlined six principles to reform Big Tech platforms and said it was encouraged to see bipartisan interest in Congress to rein in major US tech companies.

Facing global heat, Apple lays off contract-based recruiters

As per reports about 100 contract workers were let go in a rare move for the world’s most valuable company.
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Apple’s $30 million settlement deal over employee bag checks gets court nod

US District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco approved the settlement in the 2013 class action on Saturday.

US Big Tech fall in line, sign code of practice to check ‘harmful’ content in New Zealand

The companies including Meta Platforms Inc, Alphabet-owned Google, TikTok, Amazon.com Inc and Twitter have signed a code of practice

Global tech major Google cut corners to freeze hiring amid growing global uncertainty

Recently Google paused hiring for the next two weeks, while Lyft is shutting down a division and trimming jobs.

US BigTech Amazon attacks new antitrust bill

The company argued the bill targets one retailer, Amazon, by requiring a market value of at least $550 billion to qualify for regulation, thus excluding Walmart and Target.
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Elon Musk’s diktat for employees faces criticism from Australian tech billionaire

Australia's third-richest man Scott Farquhar ridiculed Musk's directive in a series of tweets as being “like something out of the 1950s”.

Microsoft backs unionization bid, to not resist efforts by employees

Microsoft says the move is a sign of growing receptiveness in the tech sector that has been for long unconcerned about organized labor.
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