Google Pay pushes Cache project to join hands with Citibank

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Alphabet’s online search giant Google (Google) said today that it will provide a personal checking account through Google Pay’s app next year, initially with Citigroup and the University of Stanford Small Credit Cooperative, launched this Service. Google Pay is launching this code-name Cache as rival Facebook and Apple expand their […]

Disney+ attracts 10 million subscribers on the first day

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Walt Disney, who is rushing to the online entertainment market, announced today that the new TV streaming service, Disney+, has won the first day, attracting 10 million subscribers. Although a system failure occurred just after going online, many users could not log in to watch Mickey Mouse cartoons, Star Wars […]

French support for Polanski crumbles amid new accusations

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The “unconditional support” Roman Polanski has enjoyed from the French film establishment seems to be crumbling after a new rape claim against the controversial director. Interviews to promote his new film “An Officer and a Spy” — which opens Wednesday — have been either cancelled or pulled since a French […]

WHO prequalifies first Ebola vaccine

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The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday said it had prequalified an Ebola vaccine for the first time, hailing a “critical step” towards its licensing, access and roll-out in countries most at risk of outbreaks. “This is the fastest vaccine prequalification process ever conducted by WHO,” it said in a […]

Google healthcare data move makes some quesy

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Google on Tuesday defended a project aimed at modernizing healthcare while giving it access to medical data of millions of people. Reports that Google was amassing medical data prompted a blog post by the Internet giant revealing a project code-named “Nightingale,” evidently in tribute to Florence Nightingale whose nursing work […]