Tech Wrap: 43 apps banned in India, Elon Musk is world's second richest person
More tech news includes PUBG Mobile India being a registered company in India and Google launching an AI platform for helping plant more trees.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, the Indian government banned 43 apps in India. On the other hand, PUBG Mobile India became a registered company in India. In addition to that Elon Musk became the world's second-richest person.
So, here's everything that happened in tech today:
Indian government bans 43 apps
The Indian government today banned 43 apps in India. These apps were banned as they posed a threat to India's security and defense. With the latest move, the government has banned a total of 220 apps in the country so far. Check the entire list here.
PUBG Mobile India now a registered company in India
PUBG Corp is planning to launch an India-specific PUBG Mobile game. The company inched closer to launch today as it registered PUBG Mobile in India today.
Elon Musk is the world's second-richest person
Tesla CEO Elon Musk today became the world's second-richest person after Jeff Bezos by surpassing Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Here are all the details.
Google launches Tree Canopy Lab to help cities plant more trees
Google today launched Tree Canopy Lab, which is an AI platform that will help cities plant more trees with a combination of AI and aerial imagery. Google is launching this program in Los Angeles first.
A copy of Super Mario Bros 3 sold for $156,000
A rare copy of the 1990 NES game, Super Mario Bros. 3 was sold for $156,000 ( ₹11,545,170 approximately). This is the highest price paid for a video game at an auction ever.
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