Latest Technology News – Couple caught hugging naked by Google Street View in Taiwan

— Couple caught hugging naked by Google Street View in Taiwan —
A picture of a couple that was caught in a naked embrace by Google Street View in Taiwan has surfaced online. The couple was spotted by a Google user. “I took a look on Google to…find some animals, and unexpectedly saw this wonderful sight!” the user said. A Google spokesperson said the image has now been removed.
— PUBG Mobile bans 3,300 accounts for 10 years within a day for cheating —
PUBG Mobile on Friday banned over 3,300 accounts for 10 years from playing the game after they were found cheating. Sharing a list of the banned accounts, PUBG Mobile in a post said, “We would like to remind all players about the importance of fair play.” It also requested players to report accounts using unauthorised third-party apps for cheating.
— Steve Jobs’ last words were “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow” —
Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs’ sister Mona Simpson revealed in 2011 that his final words were “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow”. Steve Jobs died aged 56 after suffering from pancreatic cancer, on October 5, 2011. Simpson, in an article “A Sister’s Eulogy for Steve Jobs”, revealed that Jobs sketched devices on a notepad when he was intubated at the hospital.
— Remembering you always: Apple CEO on Steve Jobs’ death anniversary —
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter and shared a photo of late Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs on his 8th death anniversary along with a quote by him. “‘The most precious resource we all have is time.’ – SJ. Remembering you always,” Cook tweeted. Steve Jobs passed away aged 56 on October 5, 2011, after a struggle with pancreatic cancer.
— Ex-Tinder CEO sues sex abuse-accuser for defamation, seeks $50 mn —
Former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt, accused of sexual assault by former Vice President at Tinder Rosette Pambakian in August 2018, has filed a defamation lawsuit against Pambakian and Tinder Co-founder and former CEO Sean Rad. Blatt accused the two of conspiring to damage his “good name, personal and professional reputation and credibility.” He’s seeking at least $50 million in damages.

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