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    Meta warns it could pull Instagram and Facebook in Europe if it loses a data-sharing ruling businessinsider.in "Meta cannot just blackmail the EU into giving up its data protection standards," a European lawmaker said Tuesday.

    Added on 02 January
    Why AR, not VR, will be the heart of the metaverse venturebeat.com Virtual worlds will become increasingly popular, but the true metaverse will be a future of augmented reality and it will be everywhere.

    Added on 02 January
    Shanghai doubles down on the metaverse by including it in a development plan cnbc.com A Shanghai city department's five-year development plan includes encouraging metaverse use in public services, business offices and social entertainment.

    Added on 20 December 2021
    BBC 100 Women 2021: Who is on the list this year? bbc.com Our most inspiring and influential women of 2021 and how they're making a difference in the world.

    Added on 17 November 2021
    12 Facts to Help You Understand Chinese Culture All the people already know that China is the most populated country in the world.

    Added on 05 November 2021
    Tech Tent: The world in 2031 bbc.com How the metaverse, energy tech and AI might influence how we live in years to come.

    Added on 18 October 2021
    The CEO of OpenSea, the world's largest NFT marketplace, shares his predictions for the future of crypto — including the biggest risks on his radar ... businessinsider.com Devin Finzer believes that crypto is a "cultural movement" and predicts that NFTs will become more customized and accessible for billions of people.

    Added on 13 October 2021
    Top 10 Chinese CEOs by Forbes China chinadaily.com.cn Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun attends a launch ceremony of the flagship phone Xiaomi Mi 9 in Beijing, on Feb 20, 2019. [Photo/Agencies]

    Added on 12 October 2021
    Opinion: Mark Zuckerberg couldn't resist edition.cnn.com As his company faced its biggest crisis, Mark Zuckerberg posted a 38-second video on Instagram of him sailing with his wife and friends, scudding briskly along. When he later responded to a whistleblower's claim that Facebook's algorithm gives preference to "the most inflammatory and shocking posts," his critics were not persuaded.