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Google and Facebook join forces for the “Apricot” project

Alphabet, matrix name of Google, Y Facebook announced on Sunday their participation in a new submarine cable system programmed for 2024. In a joint statement, the companies assured that the system “Apricot“will help improve internet connectivity in the region of Asia and the peaceful. The project, which is pending approval, will connect Japan, Taiwan, Guam, Philippines, Indonesia Y Singapore when complete, countries where demand for broadband and 5G wireless connectivity is growing.

South Korea tries former Samsung chairman for fraud

Former president of Samsung, Lee Jae-yong, appeared today before the court of Seoul who judges him by alleged fraud and asset manipulation, barely a week after being released from prison for a government pardon. He was fulfilling a conviction for corruption. Lee was indicted in September for various crimes surrounding the controversial merger of two group companies in 2015 that tightened his grip on the conglomerate.

Bitcoin and ethereum correct lower during the morning

This morning, the major cryptocurrencies are down again. The bitcoin trades below $ 45,000 and the ethereum pierced the floor of the USD 3,000. On the other hand, at the local level, today begins the second edition of DescentralizAR, the cycle of free talks, online and open to the public, aimed at exhibiting the trends and evolution of bitcoin and the crypto-finance in today’s market.

Apple to launch iPhone 13 in September, expert says

Manzana is preparing to launch several new products this spring, according to the specialist analyst
Mark Gurman. In addition to the new
iPhone 13 expected to launch in September, the
Big tech will probably launch
AirPods third generation, a
iPad updated mini with slimmer edges and a complete redesign, and the
Apple Watch Series 7 with updated display technology and a faster processor.

The Government wants to limit interest rates for default on services

The ruling party will seek to approve today in the
Senate two projects promoted by the senator
Oscar Parrilli to
limit the
interest rate for default on public and private services, which involve transportation, water, internet, gas, cable, electricity, credit cards, prepaid medicine, private education at all levels and insurance companies, among others.

Tammy Sewell is our Writer and Social at OICanadian.com. Tammy loves sports, she writes our celebrities news. She spends time browsing through several celebs news sources as well the Instagram. Email: [email protected] Phone: +1 513-209-1700

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