Learn all the latest news in the tech world from new product launch to latest developments made in the technology sector. In this article we keep you updated about what’s happening in the tech world from announcements to new developments in tech sector. If you want all tech related news in a single place then definitely read this article.
- Apple Disabled Beeper Mini
Beeper Mini, an application that enables iMessage for Android mobiles launch only last week has been disabled by Apple. Apple fixed its loophole that enabled Beeper Mini to enable iMessage on Android.
Beeper Mini was able to deliver and receive message on Android device through Apple’s push notification service. To make used of Beeper Mini one need to pay 190 rupees (approx. 3 dollars)per month as it was paid app. But to make the app popular among Android users the company rolled out the app for free for a week.
- Acer Launched A New Gaming Laptop Nitro V 16
Acer launched its latest gaming laptop Nitro V 16 with Ryzen 8040 and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series. This gaming laptop comes with a built-in AI technology of Ryzen. The laptop has 16-inch display and a refresh rate of 165HZ.
It comes with internal storage of 2TB and DDR5 RAM with up to 32 GB. You can get this laptop at 999.99 U.S. dollars from April 2024.
- Instagram Introduced Tags For Threads
Instagram has introduced its own hashtags for Threads called Tags. Tags are similar to hashtags on X platform allowing individuals to follow a specific topic. You can use Tags to connect with individuals with same tags. Only one tag per post is allowed as of now on Instagram.
- boAt Launched Smartwatch In Collaboration With Jio
In an collaboration with Jio, boAt a accessory company in India launched its very first smartwatch, Lunar Pro LTE. Lunar Pro LTE features a 1.39 inch round display and an easy-to-replace strap while being powered by Jio, another Indian Telecommunication company. Pricing of this smartwatch yet to be announced.
- OpenAI Accused GrokAI Of Using Its Code
GrokAI, a latest addition in AI sector wit it’s newly launched software has been accused for using codes from OpenAI.
Co-founder of xAI Corp has denied this accusation saying Grok has been trained using a large amount of data including generated content data from ChatGPT by OpenAI. This might have led to the error which OpenAI is accusing them about but no codes were copied from OpenAI to create Grok.