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February, 2016

San Bernardino survivor’s husband backs Apple in battle with FBI

apple-fbi-feature A recent poll suggested that the majority of Americans support the FBI and its order to open the iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. While some of those voices may be less aware of the specifics of the situation, Apple has the backing of the husband of one of the survivors of the terrorist attack, who admitted he has changed his mind over the case. Read More

Shah Rukh Khan returns to a dark role in his next release ‘Fan’

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After intriguing fans with a teaser and a song, the trailer of Shah Rukh Khan’s next film Fan is finally out. It reveals the dark twist in the film, which appeared to be a feel-good comedy until now.

Directed by Maneesh Sharma, Fan features Shah Rukh Khan in a double role. Its focus is on the relationship between Bollywood superstar Aryan Khanna and his ardent fan Gaurav, which takes a negative turn after a meeting between the two. As the obsessive Gaurav turns against Khanna, there are glimpses of several action-packed sequences in the trailer. Khan’s portrayal as the stalker-like Gaurav has already brought back memories of his negative role in Darr. Read more…

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Australia’s Google boss quits for digital job at ANZ bank

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The managing director of Google Australia and New Zealand, Maile Carnegie, has announced she is resigning from the company.

Carnegie, who spent three years at the technology giant, will move to ANZ bank as group executive of digital banking in July. 

The news was announced Tuesday on ANZ’s website, with Carnegie saying she was enticed by the bank’s digital transformation plans and wanted to spend more time in Australia.

“There is so much passion to change the bank, to digitally transform the bank … I was really excited about the vision,” she said in a video.  Read more…

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