Apart from Alexa, Amazon has reported a surge in usage of Fire TV in 2020. According to the company, Fire TV users in India doubled consumption of entertainment content during their stay at home in 2020 with movies, cricket, online gaming and music gaining traction. You can read the full report on Fire TV’s usage in India in 2020 here..
In an interview with CBS that was aired on Sunday, Biden said they still “haven’t had occasion to talk to one another yet”, but he added that “there’s no reason not to call” Xi Jinping. It is understood that both sides initially considered Lunar New Year, which is less than a week away, as a possible early opportunity to break the ice, but the chances of that happening is now fading, according to a source on the Chinese side. In a phone conversation on Saturday, the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Xi’s top foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi laid down their expectations and “core concerns”.
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA banned company director has told how he was used as a pawn in big payroll scams by shadowy organised criminals.The Record has told this week how hospitality workers, union leaders and leading politicians are demanding transparency on how tax irregularities led to restaurant and bar staff in Glasgow missing out on Government furlough payments.Because of payroll services being outsourced to other firms, employees were left penniless when the outside firms were wound up with money owed to the taxman. Now one man linked to these outsourced payroll firms has lifted the lid on how they work.Read MoreHuman trafficking slave forced to work on disturbing Scots puppy farmJohn Hanbury, 63, said he was paid to become a director of companies he claims to have known nothing about.One firm fronted on paper by Hanbury is linked to a payroll company used by Scottish hospitality firms before being wound up with 269,000 in tax debts due to HMRC.Hanbury, who has criminal convictions including for a drugs offence, agreed to allow his home address in Shipley, Yorkshire, to be used as the mailing address for dozens of companies.Many of these firms have now been liquidated.He believes many other people are wrapped up in similar schemes, costing taxpayers many millions. He claims he was grateful for a seven year directorship ban in 2018 as that allowed him to get out of the tangled mess he was caught up in.After the Record tracked Hanbury down, he refused to say who paid him but said: “I was approached and told if I filled in forms I would get some money and, for a couple of weeks, I did get some money.”A couple of hundred quid here and there, not much.