Twitter faces $136,260 lawsuit for failing to pay rent since Elon Musk takeover

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The San Francisco branch’s landlord has accused the company of leaving rent unpaid. As Elon Musk makes drastic cuts all over Twitter in an attempt to save on expenses – while watching his own fortune shrink – the social media company is now facing a lawsuit from its San Francisco branch landlord for failing to pay the rent. The company is being sued for $136,260 in unpaid rent, while already slashing workers and furniture. The rent owed is for the offices Twitter rents on the 30th floor of a downtown…

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Will US follow EU in allowing 5G calls from mobile devices on planes?

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The European Commission has voted to permit voice calling from phones on commercial flights. Travelers in Europe will soon be able to use 5G enabled mobile devices to make voice calls on commercial flights without being instructed by a flight attendant to place it into Airplane Mode. The European Commission recently ruled to permit 5G voice calling and high-speed internet connectivity on airplanes in 2023. The decision is being applauded as an important opportunity for businesses operating out of Europe. “The sky is no longer a limit when it comes…

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Indian Paytm QR code scans make scooter rentals fast and easy

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The leading payments and financial services company in India is helping build a cashless economy. India has been pushing hard to become a cashless economy, and services such as using a Paytm QR code to rent a scooter helps to provide an image of the direction the country is taking through the use of mobile phones. Paytm has played a substantial role along the country’s road to eliminating the use of cash. The mobile payments company has seen a substantial rise in India and has become the leading financial services…

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QR codes help real estate agents offer an easier home buying process to customers

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Much of the experience of shopping for a place to live occurs online, and barcodes are helping. QR codes have seen quite a burst of popularity over the last three years and are now starting to find more standard places in people’s lives, including in their home-buying experience. Realtors have been using quick response codes to make it easier to share online information. From 2018 through 2020, the use of QR codes rose by an estimated 96 percent, and real estate agents didn’t fail to pay attention to the trend.…

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