Microsoft aims to buy entire TikTok, including India ops: Report

The Siasat Daily | 2020-08-06

New Delhi, Aug 6 : Not just the US operations, Microsoft is aiming to acquire the global business of Chinese short-video making app TikTok, including in India where the app is banned, The Financial Times reported on Thursday. Microsoft is officially seeking to buy the TikTok operations in North...

TikTok sets up first EU data center in Ireland

Irish Central | 2020-08-06

The social media app TikTok will open its first European data center in Dublin, a move welcomed by the...

Jeff Bezos sells Amazon shares worth $3.1 billion

The Times of India | 2020-08-06

NEW DELHI: Amazon.com Inc chief executive officer (CEO) sold shares worth $3.1 billion in the e-commerce company in recent days, regulatory filings showed on Wednesday....

Nintendo profit zooms as virus has homebodies playing games

Wtop | 2020-08-06

TOKYO (AP) — Nintendo Co.’s profit multiplied more than sixfold in April-June as people stuck at home during the pandemic turned to playing video games. The Japanese manufacturer of Pokemon and Super Mario games, as well as the Switch console, reported Thursday a profit of 106.4 billion yen...

Can loneliness be cured with a pill? Scientists are now asking the question

The Guardian | 2020-08-06

Chronic loneliness has little to do with being alone, experts say – could a pharmaceutical treatment help lonely people form meaningful relationships? Shortly after relocating to Texas from California three years ago, Cheryl Webster started hosting a game night at her home as a way of meeting new...

Cold shower benefits: 8 reasons to take the plunge

Harpers Bazaar | 2020-08-06

We’ve all felt the unpleasant shock of a cold shower, whether it’s down to being last in line for the bathroom or because someone’s turned a tap on elsewhere in the house. However, it’s becoming increasingly popular for athletes to ditch the hot tap in the name of health,...

Pacquiao says no formal talks to fight McGregor

Manila Standard Today | 2020-08-06

Senator Manny Pacquiao said there have been no discussions to fight either Ultimate Fighting Championship superstar Conor McGregor or reigning World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Terence Crawford. In response to several reports since early this year, Pacquiao,...

Bottas signs new Mercedes deal for 2021 Formula One season

The Times of India | 2020-08-06

LONDON: has signed a new deal with , keeping him at the team until the end of the 2021 season. The Finnish driver heads into this weekend's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone 30 points adrift of team-mate in the world championship. Next season will mark Bottas' fifth campaign with...

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The Jerusalem Post | 2020-08-06

In the aftermath of the massive explosion that caused more than 130 deaths, injured thousands and displaced many people in Beirut, countries are rallying to...

U.N. says tens of thousands affected by floods in Sudan

Wtop | 2020-08-06

CAIRO (AP) — Seasonal torrential rains have wreaked havoc on houses and infrastructure across Sudan, affecting more than 50,000 people, the United Nations said....