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Work from Home Honeygain in Nepal

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Work from Home Honeygain in Nepal Use wifi and earn money from Nepal  Honeygain is the first-ever app that allows its users to make money online by sharing their Internet connection. Honeygain is a legitimate company and will pay you for sharing your data. The app is an international app that works on all Windows devices, Mac IOS, and Android devices. You will need to install the app and register with the company. How Much Can I Earn with Honeygain? You get paid based on how much internet they use – not how much internet you use. The current rate for Default Network Sharing is 1 credit for 10 MB of traffic that goes through your network and 10 GB = USD 1. This means that each credit is worth a penny. Honeygain has an online calculator to estimate your earnings. They estimate your approximate earnings based on the hours you have Honeygain up and running and the longer you have it on, the more you earn. They state that if you run Honeygain for 24 hours a day, which is 720 hours a month

Google is bringing 6 new features for Android users

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Google is bringing 6 new features for Android users  Google has been providing new features to the Pixel phone from time to time. Now the company is going to provide new features for other phones with the Android operating system. Google has announced that it will provide six new features to Android users through its blog. These features will be available on most Android phones.

Google Workspace and Google Chat are now for everyone

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Google Workspace and Google Chat are now for everyone Google has opened Google Workspace and Google Chat for its users. Now all users with Google Accounts will be able to use Google Workspace, G Suite. With this update, Google users will now be able to use more new systems in Google Apps, including Gmail, Docs, Chat, Meet, Drive, and Sheets. All these apps can now be used in one tab.

Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon's whims are coming to an end! The US Congress has taken a tough step

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Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon's whims are coming to an end! The US Congress has taken a tough step In the US House of Representatives, both Democrats and Republicans have introduced five bills. If the said bills are passed, the alleged arbitrariness of big technology companies will be curtailed. After a 16-month investigation into major companies such as Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook, a five-member bill was introduced in the US Congress. The purpose of these five bills is to limit the power of these five giant technology companies.

Is your smartphone insecure?

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Is your smartphone insecure? Lately, mobile has become indispensable for everyone. Everything we do is connected to mobile. That's the social network we use. From that, I am doing banking business and online shopping.

Who compensates for the loss of life and property due to falling space debris?

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Who compensates for the loss of life and property due to falling space debris? With the advent of private companies, space travel is now on the rise. At the same time, fragments of satellites, spacecraft, and space station debris will fall from the Earth's orbit into space as space debris. Recently, a huge piece of a Chinese satellite weighing 20,000 kg went out of control and fell into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. Earlier, in May 2020, another Chinese rocket landed uncontrollably on the West African coast. As such accidents increase, so does the risk of damage. After all, is there any compensation for the damage caused by such accidents? Is there any international law in the world that addresses such accidents? The answer is yes. Governments of different countries have ratified and approved such laws by mutual consent. The law includes a provision to protect and compensate for the loss of property caused by space garbage. What is space garbage? Any man-made object in space

How beneficial, how dangerous is nuclear energy?

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How beneficial, how dangerous is nuclear energy? The United Nations Conference on Climate Change is taking place in the United Kingdom in November, with representatives from more than 200 countries. The conference will discuss how to rapidly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Despite many efforts, many countries have not been able to cut the production of harmful gases responsible for climate change. Can nuclear energy be helpful for such countries? At present, 10 percent of the world's electricity is generated by nuclear reactors. However, the world has become more aware of nuclear energy since the accident at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan a decade ago. Atomic energy, once considered an alternative to reducing carbon emissions, has changed the perception of all environmentalists. The question now is what is the future of nuclear energy? Should we build more and more nuclear power plants to combat climate change? Isn't it dangerous to do so somewhere? Disillusioned

El Salvador became the first country to legalize Bitcoin

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El Salvador became the first country to legalize Bitcoin  El Salvador has become the first country to officially accept bitcoin as a legal tender. El Salvador's parliament voted Tuesday to approve the proposal. Sixty-two out of 84 lawmakers voted in favor of officially recognizing Bitcoin. President Bukele has responded that the government has made history. At the same time, El Salvador's citizens living abroad can now easily send money home, he said. He expressed confidence that along with this decision, the country's foreign investment will increase in the coming days, financial inclusion will improve and employment will also increase. In addition, in the next 90 days, Bitcoin will become the legal currency in El Salvador, similar to the US dollar. The new law requires businesses in El Salvador to accept Bitcoin as a legal currency for purchasing goods and services. Earlier, El Salvador said the scheme would provide financial services to 70 percent of people without a ban