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Facebook launches Smart glasses that can take videos, photos & more at $299

Facebook has officially rolled out smart glasses into the market. These glasses have been launched in collaboration with Ray Ban and will be known as Ray Ban Stories. Priced at $299, this smart glass can take videos and photos and can fulfill host of other basic functionalities that are expected from  smart devices. Experts are calling Ray Ban Stories a sleeker version of Snapchat’s spectacles, which was launched in 2016 but failed to live up to its hype. (Click Here)


Apple Watch Executive will now oversee Apple’s secretive car project

Apple’s secretive car project has a new boss and his name Kevin Lynch, according to Bloomberg. This comes barely two days after Ford literally stole Dough Field, the former head of Apple’s secretive car project. Lynch was previously charged with the responsibility of overseeing Apple Watch (Click here)


Microsoft indefinitely postpones return to US Office

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With covid cases refusing to abate, Microsoft has decided to go cautiously on its decision to reopen the offices. The software giant announced on Thursday that it will now indefinitely delay U.S. employees’ return to the offices in the wake of surging covid cases. Microsoft employees in the U.S. were supposed to return to their offices in tranches from October. This was keeping in line with the hybrid work model that will supposedly become a mainstay in the post-covid era.


Facebook is developing serve chips, reports claim

Facebook has decided to reduce its dependence on intel and Qualcomm to access chips for managing its data center. According to The information, the social media giant has now employed slew of engineers to make suite of inhouse chips (Click here)


Apple is using Shazam Technology to reduce streaming Industry’s royalty problem


Apple  Music on Thursday announced that it has created a full-proof process to properly identify and compensate all the individuals involved in making DJ mix. It has apparently found the solution by using technology driven from music recognition app Shazam. Apple had acquired Shazam app in 2018 for $400 Mn (Click here)   

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