Today's top tech news: Samsung is firing 1,000 employees, Apple TV+ plans to beat Netflix with fewer shows and Australia puts Facebook and YouTube on notice in a fight against online terrorism
- Samsung is firing 1,000 employees in India as a part of its cost rationalisation programme to increase profits.
- Apple TV+ is only going to hosting a handful of top tier shows in a bid to take on Netflix.
- Even short-term exposure to smoking electronic cigarettes might be damaging brain stem cells.
- Facebook and YouTube are on the Australian government’s radar and the country leads the charge against online terrorism.
- Ola Electric has raised $250 million from Softbank making it the newest entrant to India’s unicorn club.
- TikTok refutes Indian politician, Shashi Tharoor’s, claims that the app has been sharing data from India users with China.
Samsung is firing 1,000 employees in India as cheaper Chinese smartphones squeeze profits
Apple goes the way of ‘quality over quantity’ in a bid to outdo Netflix
Ola’s investors back its electric company – Ola Electric – welcome it to the unicorn club
TikTok has refuted Shashi Tharoor's claim that the app with 200 million Indian users is sharing data with China
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