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PAKISTAN:

ZTE IS EXPANDING ITS PARTNERSHIP IN PAKISTAN TO EXTEND DIGITAL TELEVISION SERVICES:

China’s ZTE is expanding its partnership in Pakistan to extend digital television services into more regions of the country, including in remote mountainous areas, Zhang Zhenhui, executive vice president at the company. The Shenzhen-based tech and telecom company will sign the agreement on Sunday (today) at China’s Belt and Road Forum, a two-day meeting on the country’s major foreign policy initiative.

SEVERE ACTION AGAINST UNDER THE CYBER CRIMES LAW:

Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb  urged social media users to refrain from negative propaganda against constitutional institutions of the state, warning those not following the advice of severe action under the Cyber Crimes Law.

SIGNALS FROM MOBILE PHONE TOWERS ARE CAUSING CANCER AMONG THE MASSES:

Signals from Mobile phone towers are causing cancer among the masses, revealed Chaudhary Nisar. In a press conference today, the Interior Minister said that tower of telecom companies are a health hazard and are affecting children’s health the most.

INTEL SKYLAKE X CORE I9-7929X, CORE I9-7900X, CORE 19-7820X, CORE I9-7800X MEGA-TASKING CPUS LEAKED:

It seems to be Intel is going all out with their upcoming HEDT line of processors which are part of their Skylake X and Kaby Lake X family. Their latest leak from Videocardz alleges that those chips will feature brand new naming scheme and also details of their specifications

CHINA TO INVEST $50 BILLION TO DEVELOP INDUS RIVER CASCADE:

Following up on CPEC mega investment, China is going to bring life to Pakistan’s struggling energy sector. In Memorandum of Understanding signed on Saturday between Pakistan and China both are agreed upon $50 billion investment from China for developing North Indus River Cascade with can generate 40,000 MW of power.

UBER COMMITS TO INVEST $500 MILLION IN PAKISTAN IN THREE YEARS:

It is reported that Uber is going to invest 500 million dollars in giving a rapid growth to its business in Pakistan. According to the reports, the financial backing is supported and accelerated after the arrival of Uber’s Head of Europe, Middle East, and Africa, Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty.

AMD ANNOUNCED COMPUTEX PRESS CONFERENCE ON 31ST OF MAY – RADEON RX VEGA AND X399 EXPECTED:

It seems to be AMD officially confirmed launch platform for their upcoming products which include Radeon RX Vega and X399 Platform for HEDT processors. The AMD will be taking the stage at Computex on 31th of the May to announce their latest products and leading-edge-cutting technologies which are coming from their side in 2017.

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT WILL SON BE ABLE TO TRANSLATE IN REAL TIME:

You can understand the problem of communicating with foreigners or if you have friends living in other countries who speaks different languages you may find it hard to communicate with them in their language.

INTERNATIONAL:

RANSOMWARE CYBER-ATTACK A WAKE UP CALL:

A cyber-attack that has hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated by governments around the world as a “wake-up call”, Microsoft says. The computing giant said software vulnerabilities hoarded by governments had caused “widespread damage”.

SECURITY BLOGGER HALTS RANSOMWARE ‘BY ACCIDENT’:

A UK security researcher has told the BBC how he “accidentally” halted the spread of the malicious ransom ware that has affected hundreds of organisations, including the UK’s NHS.

THE RISE OF THE TWEENAGE VLOGGER:

Nikki Christou, 12, known in the vlogging world as Nikki Lilly, makes YouTube videos about baking, make-up and a rare medical condition known as arterial venous malformation (AVM), something she was diagnosed with when she was six.

TOYOTA ‘BACKS FLYING CAR PROJECT’ IN JAPAN:

Japanese carmaker Toyota has announced its backing for a group of engineers who are developing a flying car. It will give 40 million yen (£274, 000) to the Cartivator group that operates outside Toyota city in central Japan.

SMARTPHONES THAT CHARGE IN FICE MINUTES ‘COULD ARRIVE NEXT YEAR’:

Smartphones with batteries that fully charge in five minutes could be available to consumers next year. The technology was first shown off in 2015, when Israeli start-up StoreDot demonstrated its FlashBattery at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

FACEBOOK MISSES THAI DEADLINE TO REMOVE CRITICAL CONTENT:

Facebook is still accessible in Thailand despite a deadline passing for it to remove material the authorities had deemed critical of the monarchy. The social media giant had been given until 10:00 local time (04:00 GMT) to remove 131 pages that Thailand said violated its strict lese-majeste laws.

GLOBAL MANHUNT FOR WANNACRY CREATORS:

As organisations around the world clean up after being caught out by the WannaCry ransomware, attention has now turned to the people behind the devastating attack. The malware uses a vulnerability identified by the US National Security Agency, but it has been “weaponised” and unleashed by someone entirely different.

VIRTUAL MEMORIAL FOR WW2 CODE-CRACKER:

A machine used to encrypt the messages Hitler sent to his generals has been recreated online as a tribute to the British codebreaker who cracked it. A virtual version of the Lorenz SZ42 machine has been made available so people can see how it worked.

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