Twitter gets new Logo Dogecoin Cryptocurrency, Apple’s India first-ever Retail Store and more

  • Elon Musk Replaces Twitter’s Blue Bird Logo with Dogecoin Meme

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has once again replaced the famous blue bird logo, which acted as a home button on the web version of the microblogging site, with the Shiba Inu-faced doge meme of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency.

This week, the doge meme caught the attention of Twitter users and was found to be a component of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency logo, created in 2013 as a parody of other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Musk even shared the doge meme on his account, depicting himself in a car explaining to a police officer that his picture has been updated.

It’s worth noting that the Twitter mobile app remains unaltered.

It boosted the meme coin’s market value by approximately $4 billion. Due to this, Dogecoin become the seventh-largest cryptocurrency with a current market valuation of $13.7 billion, as reported by Prior to this development, its market worth was nearly $10 billion.

  • India’s First Exclusive Apple Store Set to Open in Mumbai’s BKC

Apple enthusiasts in India have a reason to celebrate as the country’s first-ever exclusive Apple store is all set to open in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) area in Jio World Drive mall. The store promises to offer customers the complete range of Apple products and services, all under one roof.

The opening of this store is a significant step for Apple, which has been expanding its footprint in the Indian market in recent years. The store is expected to offer customers a unique shopping experience with the latest Apple products, exclusive accessories, and personalized assistance from Apple experts.

Apple will open its second store in India in New Delhi, India’s capital.

The new store will also provide customers with a chance to attend free Apple sessions, where they can learn from Apple’s experts on how to get the most out of their Apple devices. Additionally, the store will offer support for customers through the Genius Bar, where they can get assistance with technical issues and repairs.

With the opening of India’s first exclusive Apple store in Mumbai, Apple is expected to gain a strong foothold in the Indian market and provide its customers with a one-stop-shop for all their Apple needs. The store is set to open soon, and Apple enthusiasts in India are eagerly waiting to experience it firsthand.

  • Spark New Zealand to Invest around $189 Million in Data Centers within Three Years

As part of a new strategy, Telecommunication Firm Spark New Zealand has announced plans to increase its investments in data centers and 5G business over the next three years. The company will allocate between NZ$250 million ($157.78 million) to NZ$300 million towards the data centre market until fiscal 2026, and NZ$40 million to NZ$60 million towards the 5G business.

This move is in line with Spark and other regional telcos’ efforts to minimize their reliance on physical towers and boost their technology with investments in digital infrastructure and data centres.

Spark sold 70% Stake in Towers Business to Canadian investment firm Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board for NZ$900 Million in July 2022, last year.

  • Samsung India launches Season 2 of innovation competition ‘Solve for Tomorrow’

Samsung India has entered a partnership with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology’s (MeitY’s) Startup Hub and Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi) to host the second season of its national education and innovation competition, Samsung Solve for Tomorrow. Through this initiative, Samsung aims to cultivate a culture of innovative thinking and problem-solving among the youth of India, according to an official statement.

The inauguration of the second season of Samsung “Solve for Tomorrow” was attended by several dignitaries, including Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Secretary, MeitY and JongBum Park, President, CEO, Samsung Southwest Asia.

This year, the program is open to anyone in India aged 16-22 years who can submit their innovative, tech-enabled ideas aimed at transforming people’s lives. The competition has four themes – Education and Learning, Environment and Sustainability, Health and Wellness, and Diversity and Inclusion. Participants can apply for it on from April 4, 2023, until 5 pm on May 31, 2023.

The top three teams will be awarded Rs 1.5 crore to bring their ideas to fruition, while other participants who make it to the top 30 and top 10 will be rewarded at various stages of the program.

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