In one of the previous posts you voted for the fact that Telegram has all the chances to become a world super-application.
Tesla in capitalization is second only to Toyota among all the world's auto companies. The increase in shares was caused by a number of events, including the statement of Musk that it's time to take the mass production of the electric truck seriously. It is reported that the company is looking for new sites to build new plants.
Apple was the first company in the world to achieve a capitalization of 1.5 trillion dollars. And you're still discussing whether corporations will ever be stronger than nations? They will, at least they'll just buy a couple of poorer nations...
An instructive story about how Facebook and the FBI hunted a man who regularly insulted and attacked girls on the social network and chat room. Surprisingly, they even paid the hacker a fresh vulnerability in the Tails (this is the kind of lime Linux image on the default Thor flash drive) that allowed to identify the address of the real offender - one of the victims, at the request of the FBI, gave out her naked video. Of course, the shoe was poisoned, the video turned out to be with an exploit, which allowed Facebook to get the real address.
Microsoft has started an online conference and so as not to clog the feed, here is a pack of news for you at once. Most of it is niche and geek news, but I was curious. The post will be updated as new items are added:
The "and we warned you" section: Huawei continues to google the hole in the contract by letting "updated versions of old phones", Google Play and Google Google Play work on them. Iron is new, the software is old, even on the American market they can be sold if someone from retailers dare to take them.
Telegram is much more than just a messenger. With its functionality for channels, uploading files, programming bots, it becomes a full-fledged content channel.