Monthly Archives: June 2021

Duterte political capital to aid the anointed bet

PCOO By Kyle Aristophere T. Atienza, reporter PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte would likely remain popular during his final year in office, which could boost his political capital and secure the victory of his elected presidential bet in next year’s election, political analysts said. The stubborn leader, who is legally prohibited …

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Snapchat brings its AR lenses to Viber on Android and iOS

Viber and Snap have teamed up to bring the latter’s new AR Lenses to the messaging platform. The partnership will integrate AR-Lenses into the Viber app, enable sharing with Snapchat, and bring customizable Bitmoji avatars to the messaging app. The new feature brings AR-enabled video messaging to Viber users for …

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Sanofi dives into messenger RNA technology

Following the spectacular success of two COVID-19 vaccines based on messenger RNA technology, French drug giant Sanofi said Tuesday that it will invest more than $ 475 million a year to develop vaccines that the same approach against other infectious diseases and much of the work will be carried out …

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Mobile VoIP demand and SWOT analysis up to 2030: BigAnt Office Messenger, Cisco Jabber, HipChat, IBM, Facebook, Kakao Talk, Line, Skype, Viber, Vonage, WeChat – KSU

This mobile VoIP research report will give you an in-depth look at that Mobile VoIP market and it will also help you with strategic decision making. The final research paper on Mobile VoIP is a long 250-page document. All of our reports are typically bought across industries by executives, managers, …

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How do I use WhatsApp Pay to send money to contacts?

(MENAFN – NewsBytes) WhatsApp, which belongs to Facebook, introduced an in-app money transfer service for the first time in 2018 as part of a test phase. It was officially launched last year under the name WhatsApp Pay and is now available to 20 million users in India. However, despite the …

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PSEi could test 7,000 as vaccine rollout continues

THE main index is slated to test the 7,000 level this week before manufacturing data is released and while investors continue to monitor the country’s 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) vaccination program. The Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi) rose 64.51 points, or 0.93%, to close at 6,950.51 on Friday, while the …

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