Today’s top tech news: Indian companies battle biased visa rules, AMD hits a 13-year high and Honor launches three new smartphones in India
Gaming fans interact with newly-announced games at the Xbox E3 2019 Showcase in the Microsoft Theater AP
- The Trump administration’s H-1B visa policy only seems to targeting Indian based as US based firms like Facebook, Google and Amazon face are facing high visa rejection rates.
- AMD, the chip manufacturer, and its 7nm chips will now power the next Xbox from Microsoft which led to the company’s stock price skyrocketing to a 13-year high.
- Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Web Services is going to help companies democratise the data that’s being collected from satellites in outer space to help them understand how the Earth is changing.
- Honor launched three new smartphones — the Honor 20 Pro, the Honor 20 and the Honor 20i — simultaneously for the first time in India.
- Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter account was hacked and his profile picture switched out with the Pakistan Minister Imraan Khan’s photograph.
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H-1B visas: US immigration seems to like certain companies more than others
AMD is nearing its best level in 13 years after Microsoft says it'll use its chips in the next Xbox
Bezos isn't just sending rockets in space, he's also managing space data
Honor launches 20i, Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro in India
"Love Pakistan", a group of Turks hack Amitabh Bachchan's Twitter account