Tech News in brief of 24th October: News are just after the Table Of Contents.
On Wednesday, Amazon.com said that they have bought a healthcare start-up Health Navigator. This purchasing is the second time in the healthcare services industry.
The Health Navigator start-up was founded in 2014 by David Thompson who is also the CEO of this start-up. Amazon has acquired it for many reasons like for providing fast-paced access to healthcare facilities without having to make appointments, for offering new employment, amazon care and many more.
Dedicated News Tab on Facebook is Coming This Week:
Facebook is working on a dedicated news tab which is going to be rolled out on the platform this week.
According to the report of The Washington Post, Facebook is going to offer its users for accessing news stories from hundreds of news organisations, “some of which” will be paid fees for supplying content to the service.
Samsung Rolled out Software Fix for Fingerprint Recognition Bug on Galaxy S10 and Note 10:
On Wednesday, Samsung has rolled out a software update to fix a problem of fingerprint recognition features on its flagship Galaxy S10 (review) and Note 10 smartphones.
These smartphone users can fix this issue by updating the software to its latest version.
Google Go Incognito Mode Starts Rolling Out in Over a Dozen Languages in India:
On Thursday, the search giant Google has announced Incognito Mode for its Google Go app. This mode will allow their users to make their searches without their history being saved to their account or device. This features will be helpful for the users to search privately or if multiple user uses the same device.
This features of Incognito Mode in Google Go app is coming in more than a dozen languages in India. These languages are like English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
Microsoft, Jio Empowering Small Businesses in India: Nadella
Microsoft CEO said that his company is empowering small businesses in India in their Cloud journey with Reliance Jio.
Reliance Industries (RIL)’s Jio has done a partnership with Microsoft in the technology space, including the creation of cloud solutions in August.
In this partnership, Jio will take the help of the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to develop innovative cloud solutions for the need of Indian businesses.
Huawei Band 4 With 2.5D Display, Optical Heart Rate Sensor Launched:
Huawei has launched its Huawei Band 4 smart band in China. Just some days ago Honor Band 5i was launched by Huawei-subsidiary Honor. This newly launched device is having many features such as a 2.5D colourful touch screen, a built-in USB plug for charging and many more.
This Huawei Band 4 is priced at CNY 199 (around Rs. 2,000) in China. And coming on sale from 1st of November in the country. This smart device will be available in many colour options like Sakura Pink, Amber Sunrise, and Graphite Black.
HTC Vive Cosmos With 6DoF Support Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 89,990:
Taiwanese giant has launched its latest virtual reality (VR) headset HTC Vive Cosmos in India. This device is coming with six degrees of freedom (6 DoF) support, six built-in camera sensors. And also with a flip-up design that lets users easily switch between their real and virtual worlds and many more.
This newly launched headset is carrying a cost of Rs. 89,990 in India. This device will be available for purchase through the HTC Vive e-store and Amazon.in starting from Friday.
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