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Google Assistant Goes Kids Friendly & Tata Sons' GST Struggle: 4 Things to Know Today

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1)Google assistant goes kids friendly. Google is adding more than 50 new games, activities and stories to the Google Assistant for kids.
 
2)Twitter goes a step ahead to promote transparency. The micro-blogging website plans to publicly disclose all ads on its platform and the identity of their buyer.
 
3)Tata Sons’ got a hefty amount to pay. Owing to their $1.2 billion payment to Japanese firm NTT DoCoMo in 2017, the company can reportedly pay over Rs 1,600 crore of GST.
 
4)Dyson joins the league of electric vehicle manufacturers. The British company has confirmed the plans of constructing its first advanced automotive manufacturing facility in Singapore.

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