Google Pixel 7 India Upcoming Launch, Twitter Edit Feature, Ios 16 Update

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The tech world has seen launches and updates and a big tweet about to launch this week. Read for all the latest.

New developments in Big Tech, Twitter’s most anticipated feature, and new launches and manufacturer updates kept the tech buzz going this week. Here’s what the tech world has been up to this week:

Google will soon launch the Pixel 7 series in India

Google, in a tweet, recently hinted at the launch of the Pixel 7 series in India. The company may also launch other Google products, such as the Pixel Watch and Pixel Buds in the Indian market. The company plans to launch these widgets globally on October 6.

Asus Vivobook 14 launched in India at Rs 49,990

Taiwan-based Asus has launched the Vivobook 14 (X1402) touchscreen laptop at Rs 49,990 in India. Promising comfort, convenience and battery longevity, the company claims to have designed the laptop for young people and professionals. The Asus Vivobook 14 is powered by Intel Core i5-1240P processor and supports 512GB SSD.

Microsoft Teams dangerous to use, study finds

A cybersecurity firm named Vectra has deemed Microsoft’s workplace-focused software, Microsoft Teams, unsafe because the platform appears to have a security flaw. Although difficult to exploit, this security flaw can pose a very serious threat to users. The cybersecurity firm advised users against using the platform until the bug is fixed.

Twitter announces editing feature but with a catch

After multiple requests, Twitter has finally introduced the edit function for tweets posted on the platform. However, the feature, still in its beta phase, will be provided to a select group of users. Once launched, users will be able to edit the tweet up to 30 minutes after posting. An “edited” label will be visible on edited posts, to show the previous version of the post.

Apple releases iOS 16 update to fix camera bugs

Two weeks after the launch of iOS 16 and a week after the launch of the new iPhone 14 series, Apple released an update fixing a variety of bugs, including the camera shake bug in the iPhone. 14 Pro. The update was released by Apple on the launch day of the new iPhone series.

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