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Telecom News Watch - May 2 Week

- Indian smartphone maker Lava plans to shift production to India - Jeff Bezos could be world`s first trillionaire by 2026, Mukesh Ambani by 2033: Report - Handset makers dial aviation and shipping ministries to seek a full waiver of demurrage charges - Paytm Payments Bank to deliver cash at home for senior citizens in Delhi, NCR - Tamil Nadu government to bring blueprint for telecom infrastructure deployment: Top official - Facebook is buying online GIF platform GIPHY for $400 million - Foxconn`s first-quarter profit plunges on coronavirus fallout, sees better second quarter - Xiaomi to make IoT products in India once market is ready - Spotify signs content deals with aawaz.com, private FM channels - Amazon Prime Video announces direct-to-digital release of seven films - Facebook's 'Messenger Rooms' goes live globally - Spotify offers 3-month free trial period, re-introduces Rs.699 yearly plan - WhatsApp Business now allows users to sync account with their company Facebook Page
- Aarogya Setu app crosses 10 crore registrations since launch - No global tenders for Rs 200 crore worth projects to benefit local telecom gear makers - Telecom operators urge FM to clear outstanding PSU dues; GST refund - Indian messaging platform to build payments solution for feature phones - Computer and electronics output contracted by 41.7%, a 97-month low, in Mar 2020 - Sony reports 57% drop in fourth-quarter profit, declines to give outlook - Traditional PC market in India witnesses 16.7 per cent decline in Q1: IDC - Google Meet now allows everyone to video chat with 100 people for free - Google to shift Google Play Music to YouTube Music
- Smartphone shipments: India only market among top three to post growth in Jan-March - Celkon to manufacture Covid protection gear - India continues to make second most user data requests from Facebook - Intel-Microsoft joint project turns malware into images - Nokia partners with Microsoft in data centre software - Google to allow 32 people on Duo video call soon

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