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  • Everyone in the world will now get free access to Pornhub Premium until 23rd April

    Everyone in the world will now get free access to Pornhub Premium until 23rd April

    As cases of Covid-19 keep increasing globally, someone is here to save the world again by encouraging everyone to stay home. Last time, the adult entertainment website, Pornhub, announced that it will make premium content available for free to everyone staying in Italy. Now, the site is extending the benefit to everyone worldwide.

  • Google's sister company has started a project to assist in Covid-19 pandemic

    Google's sister company has started a project to assist in Covid-19 pandemic

    The cases of Covid-19 in Malaysia have increased to a total number of 553 by today. While the cases are increasing, it doesn’t mean we have to panic over the virus and cause unwanted chaos in our society. At this time, we think that everyone should follow the precautions to stay away from crowded places and keep yourself hygienic. Meanwhile, in the US, Google’s sister company has developed a site which offers free Covid-19 screening tests to specific counties, as one of the measures proposed by the US President Donald Trump.

  • Google Maps wants businesses to update their status during the outbreak of Covid-19

    Google Maps wants businesses to update their status during the outbreak of Covid-19

    Covid-19 is here to haunt us in 2020. Just today, Italy has come to a decision of locking down the country as 9,000 and more people have been diagnosed with the virus. Not only Italy, but the cases in our country have also been increasing recently. Now, Google is trying to do something to help out the situation, as it is calling businesses to update their status on Google Maps to let the public know if they are affected.

  • vivo, Intel, MediaTek and more will be skipping the MWC 2020 too

    vivo, Intel, MediaTek and more will be skipping the MWC 2020 too

    If you’ve been following the news of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), you must’ve known a lot of companies are pulling themselves out in a concern of health and safety issues. The virus outbreak not only has affected thousands of people, but it has also taken away many lives as well. Therefore, many companies think that skipping the MWC 2020 would be a wise choice, including vivoIntelMediatekTCL and more.

  • Sony joins several exhibitors to skip the MWC 2020 due to virus concerns

    Sony joins several exhibitors to skip the MWC 2020 due to virus concerns

    The coronavirus has spread from land to land and almost every country has started to take precautions against it. From banning China travellers entering the country to cancelling events, these are the things that are currently happening to ensure people’s health and safety. Although the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020 has not been cancelled, there are still few exhibitors who announced that they will not be joining this year. Today, Sony becomes the fifth exhibitor to pull out from the event, in concern of the virus outbreak as well.

  • Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 has been rescheduled due to coronavirus concerns

    Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 has been rescheduled due to coronavirus concerns

    The unfortunate virus outbreak has caused several events to be delayed. Not long ago, Huawei postponed its largest event which is Huawei Developer Conference 2020 to a later date due to the issue. Other than that, LG has also pulled out from this year’s Mobile World Congress 2020 for safety-related concerns. Now, we might have to wait for the Asia Pacific Predator League 2020 to happen at another time as the virus is still spreading across the lands.

  • Huawei postpones its largest event due to the virus outbreak in Wuhan

    Huawei postpones its largest event due to the virus outbreak in Wuhan

    Many of you must be familiar with the tragic news that happened in Wuhan, China. The disease outbreak has caused the region to be quarantined and 11 million people are currently barred from leaving. This has also affected many events that are supposed to happen in the area as they are being forced to cancel or schedule another time. One of the events appears to be Huawei’s largest annual developer conference, the HDC.Cloud 2020.