DONALD TRUMP’S LIFESTYLE COULD COST TAXPAYERS NEARLY $1 BILLION

  President Donald Trump, son Barron and wife Melania stepped off Air Force One in Palm Beach on March 17, 2017. By Mandel Ngan/Getty Images. When Donald Trump won the election in November, there was an expectation that the 70-year-old billionaire would undergo a transformation. Gone would be the harsh campaign rhetoric and the unspecific policy plans. Gone, too, would be the comforts of his gaudy, flamboyant lifestyle. He would stop tweeting, stop self-promoting, and relinquish his businesses. The magnitude of his powerful new role and the sheer awe of…

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WhatsApp Saw 63 Billion Messages Sent Globally on New Year’s Eve

WhatsApp has revealed that New Year’s Eve saw 63 billion messages being sent globally. As we reported last week, a very significant part of that massive number was generated by India – which saw 14 billion messages being sent on the day. Both numbers set new single-day records for the messaging app. Of the 63 billion messages sent, there were 7.9 billion images, and 2.4 billion videos, the Facebook-owned messaging firm revealed, in a statement to Venture Beat. As we mentioned, New Year’s Eve saw 14 billion WhatsApp messages sent…

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Super Mario Run Launch, Yahoo’s 1 Billion User Hack, and More: Your 360 Daily

A lot happened in the world of technology today, from Aircel offering unlimited voice calling packs in response to Reliance Jio, to Yahoo revealing that over 1 billion user accounts had been hacked back, the launch of Nintendo’s first mobile game – Super Mario Run, and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick claiming that rival Ola was as foreign-owned as it. All this and more, in your 360 Daily. Super Mario Run launched on iOS – Nintendo’s first mobile game Nintendo on Thursday launched Super Mario Run for the iOS platform, the…

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Uber Reportedly Says Wouldn’t Pay More Than $2 Billion for Lyft; Lyft Responds

HIGHLIGHTS Ride-hailing app Lyft accuses Uber of trying to hurt its business Lyft reportedly says it is not available for sale Uber earlier said it won’t pay more than $2 billion for Lyft There is no denying the fact that corporate world is like an ocean full of sharks and these sharks like to eat up the smaller fishes to survive. If ride-hailing app Lyft’s accusations are to be believed, Uber might just be performing its role of shark very seriously. Recently, Uber’s executives told their investors that the company…

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