News of Netflix testing ads spread like wildfire and caused outrage among bingers worldwide, but there’s no need to fret. For me, the proportions of the meltdown only show that most people have little idea about what Netflix ads really are and how they could actually benefit our watching experience. Everybody calm down, these are not typical ads Netflix boasts over 130 million active subscribers around the globe and certainly can’t afford to alienate its viewers by adulterating the watching experience. However, the news of introducing ads in-between episodes made a lot of people jump to hasty conclusions about the… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 18): Economist Dr Mohammed Abdul Khalid said the move made by the government to reduce the income gap is a right step forward.
Speaking to reporters at the sidelines after the forum "End Poverty Day 2018: Piecing Together The Poverty Puzzle", Dr Mohammed said everyone should be given equal opportunity to "move up the social mobility".
"This is not a matter of economic growth, but those countries with high inequality, wide gap, usually would not recover faster when there's [a] crisis nor sustainable in the long run.
We’ve known for a while that the OnePlus 6T would launch on October 30. It’s set to be OnePlus’ most ambitious device to date, with pre-launch coverage pointing to a smaller notch, and in-display fingerprint reader, and official carrier support via T-Mobile. But then Apple announced it was hosting an event the same day. For all of OnePlus’ popularity, it’s still no Apple. Making matters worse, Apple’s event would be held in New York, meaning a lot of journalists would potentially have to double up on coverage. So OnePlus did the best it could do when dealt with a bad… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple