Welcome to the AllNews roundup of the top Five Technology News of this week.
Minister of information and culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed pleaded with Google to forbid IPOB from using its platform for its violent crimes and destabilising activities after noting that IPOB is a terrorist organisation that is outlawed. Read more here.
The leading provider of communications services in India, Bharti Airtel, has announced that Ericsson, a leading provider of telecom equipment in Sweden, has been given the first 5G contract in the nation.
The deployment would be a game changer for India, according to a statement released on Wednesday by Gopal Vittal, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bharti Airtel. Read more here.
A 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display is included with the OnePlus 10T. Read more here.
Social media giant Twitter claims to have patched a security hole that allowed threat actors to gather data from 5.4 million accounts that were offered for sale on a well-known marketplace for cybercrime.
The flaw potentially exposed the real identities of pseudonymous accounts by allowing anyone to enter a known user's phone number or email address and find out if it was connected to an active Twitter account. Read more here.
Music Streaming Platform, Spotify is totally segregating its play and shuffle controls for Premium subscribers only.
Spotify on Monday disclosed that it is beginning to roll out distinct buttons for the two features in place of the combined play/shuffle button that is currently at the top of playlists and artist pages. Android and iOS devices should begin to experience the adjustment "in the coming weeks." Read more here.
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