Google Search engine missing: internet gone crazy

Sundaresh Senguttuvan
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Mar 29, 2021
On Friday, the whole internet went berserk after the unfortunate event that Google's search engine had gone completely missing. Google's search engine has been the pioneer in routing the user to their desired search results for the last two decades. In the late evening, Google Search had completely disappeared, leaving no trace. Google's CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted that he has informed the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) about this and they have organized a dedicated search party to find the lost victim. Google Search was last seen by a seven-year-old child from Mombassa, Kenya, who was luckily willing to speak to authorities and investigators alike. When he talked to the reporters, he said, "Google was exhausted from working all its life and wanted to quit." Another source also stated that there is a chance that Google Search might have been kidnapped for ransom, and that its owner Pichai is expected to be contacted within two days.
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2021 - Spring - Issue 8

Donald Trump to star in "Fast and Furious" next sequel

Sundaresh Senguttuvan
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Mar 29, 2021
After leaving the White House, former President Donald Trump has finally made an appearance to the press on his recent career affairs. There have been rumors going around that he was acting in the next Christopher Nolan movie. Trump has confirmed those rumors as he was actively engaging in the ongoing shoot of the movie. This upcoming movie is the sequel to the most famous and unnecessarily long "Fast and Furious" series. The movie is produced by Walt Disney and directed by Christopher Nolan. The title of the movie is "Furious" as the director has stated he was deeply impressed by how furious Donald Trump was all the time as president. He has stated, "Donald is a natural actor. I have been searching for a right fit for years and when I saw his final presidential debate, I knew he was going to be the lead in the movie."
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2021 - Spring - Issue 8

Android announces new feature: Couple's Tracking Mode

Sundaresh Senguttuvan
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Mar 29, 2021
Finally, Android has released a massive phone update that might change the way relationships work. Two days back, every Android phone received an update that will allow couples to track each other's phone calls, text messages, internet activities, etc. This has been welcomed majorly by women who now say they can know if their partner is loyal or not. Meanwhile, men are upset and agitated that their privacy in the relationship is lost. This has made over 10 percent of the Android population switch to lower versions of Apple phones in just one day. There have been breakups all over the United States and few philosophers suggest this could alter the way relationships have been working so far.
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2021-Spring-Issue 8

The best tech school to study humanities: Illinois Tech 2021

Angela Petrone
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Mar 29, 2021
Amanda Gorman is a young American poet and activist. She was named the first National Youth Poet Laureate in 2017, but Gorman reached the peak of her fame when she read her poem “The Hill We Climb” at President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ January 20, 2021 Inauguration ceremony.
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2021 - Spring - Issue 8