Monday Musings: Google Maps Against Crime & Money for Paper Bags? Please!

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1. Police is using Google Maps to solve cases. Location History setting, which once caused a stir among the masses, is apparently helping law enforcement to ascertain who all were around during the crime.

2. Not even the biggest of brands can’t force you to pay extra for paper bags. Addressing a recent complaint against Bata, customer forum asked the shoemaker to pay INR 9,000 to a consumer for charging INR 3 extra for the paper bag. 

3. Google's hybrid and multi-cloud platform, Anthos is here. Making an official entry into the enterprise data centre, the application is Google’s most talked about next-generation technology.

4. As usual, our Monday bulletin would be incomplete without Anand Mahindra. And why’s he here again? Well, for unfortunately losing the wit battle to ad maker Ram Subramanian. In response to the first picture of the black hole, the entrepreneur compared it to a donut but Subramanian stole the show with his desi ‘wada’ response.

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