Apple and Google Under investigation by UK competition body

The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has confirmed that it is investigating Apple and Google over their dominant position in the mobile market. That includes the Android and iOS operating systems, both app stores, and the Safari and Chrome web browsers. “CMA is concerned that this could lead to less innovation across sectors and consumers paying higher prices for devices and applications, or for other goods and services due to higher advertising prices,” the authority said. Google says its Android ecosystem generates £2.8 billion in revenue for UK developers…

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Japan gives Uganda over $1.6 million in funding to fight COVID-19

It has been confirmed by UNICEF, that the Japanese government has provided an emergency aid fund, worth $1,640,442 to Uganda. The funds have been converted into medical equipment, to fight cases of the COVID-19 virus. UNICEF representative in Uganda, Dr. Safieldin Munir, said it was for the procurement of solar direct drive vaccines (106), cold boxes (190), vaccine carriers (2,200), generators (10), and other necessities. Munir also expressed his gratitude to the Japanese government for its prompt assistance in handling serious cases of the COVID-19 virus. The Japanese government previously…

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Jokowi’s Pancasila Day Reminds Indonesians of the Danger of Radical Ideology

Jakarta – President Joko Widodo or Jokowi attended the June 1 Pancasila Day commemoration ceremony which was held virtually from the Bogor Palace, West Java. The President said: Besides the advancement of industrial technology 4.0, which provides very fast access to information. There are also threats, regarding the spread of ideology that might destroy the basic foundations of the Indonesian state, namely Pancasila and the constitution 1945 ideology spreads rapidly among society from various elements, infiltrating everyone’s life through various strategies. In addition, the development of high technology helped spread…

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Kate Middleton receives first dose of Covid-19 vaccine a week after husband Prince William

A photo of Kate being injected on Friday was posted on the Kensington Palace Twitter account yesterday afternoon (29 May 2021). In an accompanying message, the royal said: “Yesterday I received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the London Science Museum. I am very grateful to everyone who played a role in this launch – thank you for everything you did. “ Matt Hancock, Secretary of Health Responding to a Kensington Palace tweet, which was also stabbed at the Science Museum, said: “In the last two weeks more…

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