The week that started from 29th January 2018, had some scintillating news to offer from the technological arena. Nissan launched ‘Self-Driving slippers’, Google Assistant now answers in Hindi and much more. Let’s find out what else happened in the Tech World:
1- What is YouTube Go? Now it’s in 130 countries
YouTube Go, a smaller version of YouTube and meant for mobiles, would be now available in 130 countries with High-Quality options.
2- Put your Surface Pro 4 in a freezer, if it’s having a flickering screen
Users of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 have placed their devices in freezers to resolve the issue of flickering screens. Learn more about it now.
3- Swipe and search with the new Cake browser for Android and iOS
Startup company Cake is here with its latest swipe based mobile browser app, especially for the Android and iOS, with a 5 million dollar funding.
4- Facebook bans all Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency ads
The recent story from the social media genre states of Facebook banning all ads related to Bitcoin, ICOs, and other cryptocurrencies.
5- Colgate Palmolive presents AI based toothbrushes and toothpaste
Colgate Palmolive is here to surprise users this time with their AI based toothbrush and toothpaste, which is named Dare to Love.
6- Google Assistant now answers in Hindi
Google has come up with its latest innovation i.e. Google Assistant which would be now available in Hindi along with English.
7- Nokia 3310 4G finally launched: QuickFacts
Nokia has recently hit the headlines with the news of the launch of its 3310 4G feature phone in China. Get a glimpse of the specs and features now.
8- Nissan presents ‘Self Driving Slippers’ that park themselves
The recent innovation by Nissan states of the ‘Self Driving Slippers, that can park themselves easily by finding any corner of the room.
9- Man bites into iPhone battery, see what happens next!
A very interesting yet alarming story this time, states of a man, trying to grab the bite of an iPhone battery to test its authenticity.
10- How to stop unwanted Good Morning messages?
The recent story from Google states of a newly launched app, Files Go, that helps users delete the unnecessary content from their smartphones.