September 11 – Top Seven Updates in Tech News Today
Welcome to Today Tech News Updates - Here are the top seven things you must know about what happened in Tech with The Hans India on September 11, 2021.
Here are the top seven things you must know about Tech with The Hans India on September 11, 2021. Let's begin...
The Google Android mobile operating system is not a malicious third-party application. Now, security researchers have discovered a whopping 19,000 and more apps on the Google Play Store that put users' personal information at risk.
WhatsApp said in the coming weeks, it will release its end-to-end encrypted chat backups as an optional feature. It has long been said that WhatsApp is working on a feature that would secure your chat backups on Apple's Google Drive and iCloud using the end-to-end (E2E) encryption technique.
To provide proof of vaccination for each of these individuals, Co-WIN is already issuing a digitally verifiable certificate. This certificate can be saved on a digital device (smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc.) or stored in Digi Locker.
The analyst forecasts "Apple Watch Series 7" shipments of between 14 million and 16 million units in 2021, and total watch shipments soar to between 40 million and 45 million units.
Google is finally adding an official dark mode for searching on desktops, allowing those who prefer to avoid glossy web pages to complete their searches while drenched in ink gray. It will be implemented in the coming weeks.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said last month that "we may see a body-temperature sensor" on next year's Apple Watch. In addition to the Apple Watch, Kuo also made a brief comment on the future of AirPods. The analyst believes that Apple will add health features to its truly wireless headphones in about two years.
South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced business editions of its Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro laptops. The Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book for businesses include Windows 10 Pro and upgrade options to Windows 11 Pro. The devices come powered by Intel's 11th-generation