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Showing posts from November 15, 2018

Tech Rift between tech Giants - Apple vs Facebook once again privacy goes for toss

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has allegedly requested his workers to utilize just Android Phones.

This comes after Apple CEO Tim Cook reprimanded Facebook in an MSNBC meet for being an administration that traffics "in your own life."

"We’re not going to traffic in your personal life,"– Cook said.

"Privacy to us is a human right. It’s a civil liberty." — he included.

The report was before distributed in NY times and facebook has affirmed saying that they have urged their workers to utilize android telephones over apple.

"We've since a long time ago empowered our workers and administrators to utilize Android since it is the most prevalent working framework on the planet," said Facebook accordingly.

Outstandingly, in addition to the fact that Zuckerberg passed a request prohibiting the iPhones from Facebook, he additionally reacted to Cook's remark saying that he observed them be "amazingly garrulous".

"I believe it'…

A Surplus Demand for Oil will be faced Globally in 2019

Global oil supply will outpace demand throughout 2019, as a relentless rise in output swamps growth in consumption that is at risk from a slowing economy, the International Energy Agency said on Wednesday.

In its monthly report, the Paris-based IEA left its forecast for global demand growth for 2018 and 2019 unchanged from last month at 1.3 million barrels per day (bpd) and 1.4 million bpd, respectively, but cut its forecast for non-OECD demand growth, the engine of expansion in world oil consumption.

"In 1H19, based on our outlook for non-OPEC production and global demand, and assuming flat OPEC production ... the implied stock build is currently 2 million bpd," the IEA said.

Output around the world has swelled since the middle of the year, while an escalating trade dispute between the United States and China threatens global economic growth.

Since early October, the oil price has fallen by a quarter to below $70 a barrel, its lowest in eight months, which may protect dema…