23 rounds of bidding for 5G auction completed; Why BGMI was banned and more

Last Update: 30 July 2022, 18:47 IST

    Here are the top tech news of July 30, 2022.

Here are the top tech news of July 30, 2022.

With so much to keep an eye on in the world of technology news, we’ve come up with a handful of headlines you must know about.

With so much to keep an eye on in the world of technology news, we’ve come up with a handful of headlines you must know about. Here are the top tech news for July 30, 2022:

23 rounds of bidding for 5G spectrum auction completed

The 5G spectrum auction saw bids worth Rs 1,49,855 crore after 23 rounds. Bids for 5G airwaves are led by Reliance Jio, followed by Bharti Airtel, Vodafone-Idea and a Gautam Adani company.

Why BGMI was banned in India

BGMI is the largest of the Chinese apps that relaunched and rebranded with similar features and managed to circumvent scrutiny. BGMI claims that the government has resolved the problems that were with PUBG Mobile, but there are claims that nothing has changed and that PUBG Mobile in India has been renamed to BGMI. Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, Rajiv Chandrashekhar pointed to media reports which claimed that a child killed his mother “under the influence of PUBG”.

Watch video: Why this NGO wanted BGMI to be banned in India

Twitter-Elon Musk court battle to begin October 17

A US judge has set October 17 as the start date of the high-profile trial in the Twitter vs Elon Musk legal battle to quash the $44 billion takeover deal. Judge Kathleen McCormick in the Delaware Court of Chancery has issued an official schedule showing the high-profile trial to begin October 17 through October 21.

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