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Latest Tech News-Updates | Top 10

Latest Tech News

Latest Tech News-Updates | Top 10 

Over the years technology has been growing  fast. Knowing human use communication by texting and calling. It’s careless for humans because not seeing each other could cause them to have problems. Instead of going out together and be active they just waste time on their phones. Humans putting a stop of when they have access to their phones so that they can spend more time with friends.

Here are some top 10 Latest news regarding techs-gadgets- and more..

 1  Aarogya Setu app to be available on JioPhones soon

         Aarogya Setu is currently available on iOS and Android, and nearly 9 crore users have already downloaded the app
A version of Aarogya Setu will soon be available to 10 crore users of JioPhone, and testing of the solution is currently underway, a senior government official said. Aarogya Setu is currently available on iOS and Android, and nearly 9 crore users have already downloaded the app, which has now been made mandatory for government and private sector employees, as part of nationwide efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus.

 2  Facebook rolls out Dark Mode for desktop, other features for all users

Facebook had announced a redesign of its desktop version in the F8 conference this year. Now, it is officially available for all users around the globe.
  1. Facebook has officially rolled out Dark Mode for desktop for all users.
  2. Other features like a decluttered profile and faster navigation have also been made available for desktop.
  3. Facebook noted that the desktop experience will be a lot like the mobile experience. 

 3  WhatsApp forwards can now be checked for misinformation using a chatbot!

  Using a bot, WhatsApp users across the globe can check whether a piece of information circulating on the messenger is true or not, as ascertained by professional fact-checkers. The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN), by the Poynter Institute has now launched a chatbot on WhatsApp! The chatbot by the IFCN aims to tackle any sort of misinformation, especially any related to the pandemic. The purpose is achieved by connecting the users with fact-checkers, who function independently, belonging to 70 countries. The users are also linked with a huge database of the proven fake news.

 4  Amazon now offers free games to Prime members, Ludo King to arrive soon

Amazon has updated its Prime membership in India to offer free games to subscribers.  Amazon India has announced its Prime members can now access mobile games as a part of their subscription. In addition to free gaming on their phones, the new Prime benefit will allow subscribers to use in-game content such as collectables, upgrades, and, importantly, the Prime-only tournaments. Some of the popular games now available to Amazon Prime members include Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Words With Friends 2, Mafia City, and the World Cricket Championship 2.

 5  YouTube reportedly working on a new app feature to take on TikTok

Google is no stranger to copying rival services and apps, but now it wants to take on TikTok by developing a new feature inside the YouTube app. Whether or not this will emerge as a worthy alternative remains to be seen, but it will likely depend on how well it complements the longer videos posted on the platform.TikTok may not be to everyone's taste, but it has companies like YouTube worried that younger generations could slowly dedicate more and more of their time to a format that's more easily digestible for their short attention spans and penchant for scrolling entertainment.

 6  Instagram will now add Covid-19 related information to Stories 

Instagram announced on Tuesday that it is working on adding information related to coronavirus to its Stories and Feeds. Instagram revealed in a tweet that it will display Stories with Covid-19 related. The stories will be displayed on the top of your tray. However, if you don’t follow any of the health organizations you will not get to see any of the stories.The tech giants across the globe are using all possible ways to spread awareness about the coronavirus amongst their users. From introducing chatbots to adding COVID related information to their feeds, the social media giants are doing it all to educate people about the disease. Instagram announced on Tuesday that it is working on adding information related to coronavirus to its Stories and Feeds.

 7  Google Lens can now recognize handwritten notes and paste text to your phone or PC

Google Lens is getting much-awaited new features surrounding optical character recognition. Now you can copy and paste text from both print documents and handwritten notes, as well as learn how to pronounce new words. Google Lens has come a long way in just a few years, from being a showcase of AR and machine learning applications to now being able to recognize billions of objects and making restaurant menu recommendations while sporting a redesigned interface that's slowly being tweaked to make it easier to use.

 8  Next year's Galaxy S-series rumored to feature 150MP camera

Samsung likes to remind people that one of the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s best features is its 108MP main camera, but if rumors are to be believed, the next S-series flagship will up this to a massive 150 megapixels. As reported by SamMobile, a leaker on Korean tech forum claims that Samsung is testing the camera specs for the 2021 iteration of its S-series handsets, which will either be called the S21 or S30.

 9  After Facebook-Jio deal, WhatsApp looking to pursue digital money lending in India

Parent company Facebook only recently invested $5.9 billion in Reliance Jio and as part of the partnership, JioMart has started selling groceries through WhatsApp. WhatsApp is apparently looking to pursue digital money lending in India. The Facebook-owned instant messaging company has listed to offer “advance money or give credit on such terms as may seem expedient, and with or without security, to customers and others,” as one of the areas that it is looking to explore, in a Ministry of Corporate Affairs filing earlier this month.

 10  Robotic Dog Is Now Helping Hospitals Fight the Coronavirus

In the U.S., at least 5,400 nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers treating COVID-19 (coronavirus) patients have contracted the disease themselves. Of those medical professionals, dozens have died—and that's a conservative estimate. Robot maker Boston Dynamics announced on Thursday that its quadruped Spot robot is already in use at one Boston hospital to help with coronavirus treatment. The company now has ambitious plans to expand use of its robots to assist healthcare workers during the pandemic, and it’s also open sourcing the hardware and software it’s using so other hospitals and robot makers may be able to do follow its lead.

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