The week that started from 15th January 2018, had some scintillating news to offer from the technological arena. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery- role-playing mobile wizarding game, Moto E5 leaked image shows rear-facing fingerprint reader and much more. Let’s find out what else happened in the Tech World:
1- Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery- role-playing mobile wizarding game
Jam City disclose its most awaiting mobile games, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. It is a role-playing game where you will experience life as a student.
2- WhatsApp hit with ‘Obsolete’ issue in India. How to fix this issue?
WhatsApp has been hit with an ‘obsolete’ error. Some WhatsApp users in India have complained about a bug that prevents them using the messaging app
3- Moto E5 leaked image shows rear-facing fingerprint reader
Lenovo owned Motorola released Moto E series device namely Moto E 5th generation or Moto E5, expected to launch on April 3, 2018.
4- Google Maps Go Beta version handy on Play Store. Here is its benefits and limitations
Google Maps GO finally opened up the beta program in the Play Store. To recollect, the app is designed as a lightweight version of the original Google Maps.
5- Motorola on the way to open 50 Moto Hubs in Delhi
Motorola to open 50 Moto Hubs stores in Delhi this month. The company currently has 18 exclusive service centers in Delhi and 155 across the country.
6- Hike launches ‘Total’ – Now access internet without data
Hike Messenger has recently launched ‘Total’ i.e. a new Android service that works without active data. This is for the ones who can’t access the internet.
7- Indian consumers choose biometrics over passwords: Visa
A recent survey by VISA states that Indian consumers choose biometric means such as fingerprint, facial, and voice recognition over passwords.
8- YouTube tightening rules for monetization
YouTube now goes stricter with its rules regarding the channels and video that can be monetized and this goes for the ads as well.
9- Truecaller updated with a new Backup feature
Recently, Truecaller has been updated with a new feature called the Backup for Android which helps in restoring contacts to Google Drive.
10- Airtel offers Free Amazon Prime Subscription: Claim it now
Airtel has hit the headlines this time with the news of its free offer of Amazon subscription, only for the Prime members but. Read more of it now.