In the last few hours, renowned tech giants took major strides.
First, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries, which was on a fund-raising spree since April, started acquisitions to expand its e-commerce business in India.
Here are other major developments.
The company's regulatory filings revealed the investment, and while it's not exactly clear who participated in the round, the development will be a major push for the company, which has recorded many successes recently and is now building a giant Moon/Mars rocket.
The case has been filed by Children's Health Defense, an anti-vaccination group, in response to the company's rejection of its ads and labeling (already debunked claims) about vaccines and 5G networks.
Along with battling it out against Epic Games, Google is also pushing regular updates for its products.
Mere days after announcing the plan to turn Android into Earthquake detector, the company announced a revamped avatar of Google Maps, where you will see far more details to distinguish natural features like mountainous ice caps, deserts, beaches, or dense forests.
Plus, Instagram is rolling out QR codes, a feature to let people scan and add someone they meet on the photo-sharing app almost instantly. It saves the trouble of searching the usernames.
As for the vaccine, Australia announced an agreement with AstraZeneca to source Oxford's COVID-19 vaccine for 'free' public distribution.
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