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From WhatsApp latest feature to PUBG new state feature, check top 6 updates in tech news

PUBG has also updated in their app in a new PUBG New State. This new feature named PUBG New State allow the players of PUBG to store their weapons and keep guns. Not only they can store the weapons, but also they can loot the items of their opponent.

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Over the past few months, some of the apps have made few changes in their application. These apps have updated their application to the latest version, to give best experience to their users. These high-tech features are totally amazing, which you will also like. Check out these.

Here are top six latest tech updates that you must know about Tech, check out:

  1. To use WhatsApp Web, user’s devices do not need to be connected to the internet:

The ability to link devices without the smartphone being online is the most recent feature that WhatsApp users will soon receive. The function for connecting devices other than the primary smartphone is currently under beta testing. WhatsApp users will soon be able to interconnect devices without the need for the smartphone to be connected to the internet.

  1. Players in PUBG New State can loot and store weapons in vehicle trunks:

PUBG has also updated in their app in a new PUBG New State. This new feature named PUBG New State allow the players of PUBG to store their weapons and keep guns. Not only they can store the weapons, but also they can loot the items of their opponent. Players hunting for loot items may find the function beneficial. Basically, this feature is updated for the players who play with their squad-mates for their ease and convenience.

  1. Facebook has been sued by the Phhhoto app for stealing its functionalities for Instagram:

Phhhoto has lodged an antitrust complaint against Meta, which used to be known as Facebook, for duplicating its features and therefore bringing down the competition. This is not Facebook’s first antitrust lawsuit. Many times in the past, the social media firm has been accused of limiting competition. Phhhoto is now suing Meta for monetary damages.

  1. Honeywell Home’s T9 Smart Thermostat now supports HomeKit:

This thermostat is suddenly a little smarter after the update, two years after it was promised. Resideo’s first consumer thermostat to enable remote temperature sensors, the Honeywell Home T9, has finally delivered on a long-promised feature called HomeKit. This amazing update in techno is being liked by a lot of people.

  1. Microsoft has fixed a problem with Windows 11 features that were failing owing to an expired certificate:

Microsoft has fixed a number of Windows 11 features that were failing to load after an expired certificate was found earlier this week. According to The Verge, certain Windows 11 users have been unable to launch apps such as the Snipping Tool, touch keyboard, or emoji panel since an October 31 certificate expired. Now, your bug has been fixed by your tech giant Microsoft.

  1. Apple fixed a bug that caused some Macs to brick after upgrading to macOS Monterey:

Apple has fixed a problem that could brick some Intel-based Mac machines equipped with T2 CPUs after installing macOS Monterey. Apple announced that the revised firmware is now included in existing macOS releases.

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Xiaomi launches Redmi A3 smartphone in India, prices start Rs 7,299

The smartphone will go on sale from Februray 23 and can be bought from Mi.com, Flipkart and other retail outlets. The Redmi A3 features a 6.7-inch HD+LCD Display with a resolution of 1650×720 pixels and support for a 90 Hz refresh rate.

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Xiaomi launched its Redmi A3 smartphone in India on Wednesday at a starting price of Rs 7,299. The Redmi A3 comes in Halo design on the back, which is usually seen in more expensive Redmi smartphones. The Redmi A3 is priced at Rs 7,299 for the 3GB RAM/64 GB storage variant and Rs 9,299 for the 6GB RAM/128GB storage variant.

The smartphone will go on sale from Februray 23 and can be bought from Mi.com, Flipkart and other retail outlets. The Redmi A3 features a 6.7-inch HD+LCD Display with a resolution of 1650×720 pixels and support for a 90 Hz refresh rate. The budget smartphone also features a waterdrop style notch which has the front facing camera with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection on top.

The Redmi A3 smartphone is powered by the octa-core Media Tek Helio G36 chipset which is paired with upto 6GB of LPDDR4x RAM and upto 128 GB of eMMC 5.1 storage (which is expandable upto 1TB via the dedicated micro SD card slot). The smartphone runs on the company’s proprietary MIUI 14 custom skin based on the Android 13 operating system.

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The Redmi A3 smartphone has a 5000 mAh battery that can be fast charged with a 10 W charger provided inside the box. In terms of connectivity the smartphone features a side mounted finger print sensor, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a USB type C port, dual 4G SIM card slots, dual-band Wifi, Bluetooth 5.3, and GNSS.

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In terms of optics, The Redmi A3 comes with dual camera setup to the back including a 8MP primary sensor and a 0.08MP secondary sensor. The smartphone also includes a 5MP front facing shooter to meet all the selfie and video call related requirements. The Redmi A3 has three colour options Lake Blue, Midnight Black and Olive Green.

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Vivo launches latest X100 series, VivoX100 Pro is priced at Rs 89,999, Vivo X100 starts at Rs 63,999

The Vivo X100 Pro is available at a price of Rs 89,999 for its exclusive variant with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage, featuring an eye-catching Asteroid Black finish. The Vivo X100 starts at Rs 63,999 for 12GB RAM+256 GB storage option, and the 16GB RAM+256GB storage variant is priced at Rs69,999.

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Vivo has officially launched its latest X100 series in India on Thursday, January 4. The new handsets, namely the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro are equipped with Mediatek’s powerful Dimensity 9300 SoC and boast an impressive IP68-rated build for water and dust resistance.

The standout feature of these devices lies in their camera capabilities, featuring triple rear camera units co-engineered by Zeiss and powered by Vivo’s in house V2 chip for enhanced image processing. The Vivo X100 Pro is available at a price of Rs 89,999 for its exclusive variant with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage, featuring an eye-catching Asteroid Black finish.

In contrast, the Vivo X100 starts at Rs 63,999 for 12GB RAM+256 GB storage option, and the 16GB RAM+256GB storage variant is priced at Rs69,999. The X100 is offered in Asteroid Black and Stargaze Blue color choices.

These smartphones from Vivo are currently open for pre-orders and are scheduled to be on sale from January 11. They can be purchased through various channels, including Flipkart, the Vivo India online store, and other authorized stores. Additionally, customers pre-booking withspecific bank cards have the opportunity to avail upto 10 percent cashback.

Vivo X100 Pro specifications

The Vivo X100 Pro is a dual sim (Nano) device running on Android 14 based Fun Touch OS 14. It features a 6.78-inch AMOLED 8T LTPO curved display with peak brightness of 3000nits, 2170Hz high frequency dimming, and 120Hz refresh rate. Powered by an octa-core 4nm Mediatek Dimensity 9300 SoC, coupled with Vivo’s V2 chip, and upto 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM.

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In the camera department, the X100 Pro is a collaborative effort with Zeiss, featuring a primary sensor of 50 MP Sony IMX989 inch type with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), an ultra-wide-angle camera with 50 MP resolution, and a Zeiss APO super-telephoto camera also with 50 MP resolution and OIS.

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Instagram new feature: Social Media users can now display song lyrics in reels

Adam Mosseri mentioned that the feature is similar to one that is already available for Instagram Stories.

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Instagram new feature: Social Media users can now display song lyrics in reels

The photo and video-sharing platform owned by Meta Platforms, Instagram, is getting a feature that will allow users to add lyrics to their reels. Instagram head at the Mark Zuckerberg-helmed social media giant, Adam Mosseri took to his Broadcast Channel to announce the update.

Adam Mosseri noted that a new feature is rolling out a way to add song lyrics when editing Instagram Reels. He added that they have seen people manually add lyrics to Reels, so he hopes that this makes it easier to use music to express oneself. He assured that they are working on more updates to get creative on Reels. He further mentioned that the feature is similar to one that is already available for Instagram Stories.

Here are the steps to add song lyrics to your Instagram Reels:

First, go to the Instagram app, followed by tapping the Reels icon at the bottom of the screen.

Then, click on the Music icon on the top of the screen and choose a song from the library or your own audio.

Next, tap on the Lyrics icon at the bottom and choose a font and a colour for the text.

Then, drag the text to the desired position and, using the slider, select the portion or part of the lyrics you want to display.

Finally, tap on the Done button and edit and share the Reel as usual.

Notably, music has become a key element in the growth of TikTok, with the platform now looking to expand its music industry links, through a new partnership with Billboard on a TikTok trending chart and even its own live music event.  

Instagram stated that social media users are already manually adding song lyrics to their Reels clips, so it probably makes sense for IG to make this easier. Reports stated that the new lyrics sticker has been rolled out to all Instagram users.

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