Telenor Microfinance Bank, the operator behind Pakistan’s foremost digital financial services platform, easypaisa, has secured an In-Principle Approval (IPA) for a Digital Retail Bank (DRB) license from the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) within the Licensing and Regulatory Framework for Digital Banks. This significant accomplishment positions TMB as a digital bank ready to provide a…
Amazon is taking a bold step in the world of streaming entertainment by offering more than 100 of its exclusive Prime Video original series and movies for free on its platform known as Freevee. This move follows a trend in the industry, with HBO and Warner Brothers also making some of their premium content available…
PhonePe’s Indus AppStore Developer Platform was unveiled on Saturday, marking a significant challenge to Google’s dominance in India. The Walmart-backed fintech firm is offering Android developers a compelling proposition with zero platform fees and no commissions on in-app purchases. Based in Bengaluru, PhonePe boasts an impressive user base of over 450 million registered users for…
Microsoft’s Chief Product Officer and Surface advocate, Panos Panay, has officially departed from the company, with the announcement coming just days before a highly anticipated event in New York City where new Surface hardware is set to be unveiled.
San Francisco, CA – Get ready, tech enthusiasts! The highly anticipated TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 is set to kick off tomorrow, promising an action-packed event that’s sure to leave attendees inspired and informed. The doors to the Moscone West lobby will officially open at 7:30 a.m., followed by the Expo Hall at 8:00 a.m.
In a momentous development for Pakistan’s thriving tech sector, Mean3 has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first IT company to be featured in the iconic New York Times Square. This groundbreaking achievement firmly establishes Mean3 as a rising star within the global tech arena.
In order to resolve California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s claims that Google’s location-privacy practices broke California’s consumer protection laws, Google has agreed to pay $93 million. In order to resolve California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s claims that Google’s location-privacy practices broke California’s consumer protection laws, Google has agreed to pay $93 million. Google was accused by the California Department of Justice of “collecting, storing, and using their location data” for consumer advertising without their knowledge or consent.
Moscow, September 4, 2023 (Reuters): Match Group, which runs Tinder, was fined 10 million roubles ($104,000) by a Russian court on Monday, while Twitch was fined 13 million roubles ($135,000) for repeatedly failing to localise data in compliance with Russian legislation.