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Google is reportedly planning to launch a AR headset in 2024

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Google hasn’t entirely given up on the AR and VR business after the company shut down its Daydream project few years back. According the Verge, the search and only advertising giant is planning to launch an AR headset in 2024. The work on the AR headset project is steadily picking up pace and the project has been labelled as ‘Project Iris.’ This news report has come at a time when Apple is in the midst of the launch of mixed reality headset and Facebook is foraying into Metaverse (Read more)      


Meta is likely to join the NFT Bandwagon

Meta may have found it tough to resist the NFT hype. According to Financial Times (FT), Facebook’s parent company is finding ways that will allow Facebook & Instagram users to create and sell NFTs. FT report claims that Facebook and Instagram teams are currently preparing a feature that support NFT transaction. While it is pretty clear that Meta is trying to capitalize on digital collectable craze, the social media giant has so  far chose to remain silent (Read more).


Twitter rolls out NFT Profile Pictures to Twitter Blue Subscribers

Staying with NFT, Twitter has also decided to join the NFT craze. The micro-blogging giant is rolling out NFT profile pictures to Twitter Blue subscribers on IOS. Twitter is expected to provide NFT support to Android and web pretty soon. Currently, Twitter Blue subscription is available only in few countries including the U.S, Canada, Australia and New Zealand (Read more)                 


Amazon will soon launch Amazon Style – its first physical fashion store

Amazon on Thursday announced that the company will launch its first physical fashion store. This hi-tech store that will be infused with all the latest technologies will come up at Glendale area of Los Angeles. It must be noted that last year Amazon has already dethroned Walmart as the number one apparel seller in the U..S (Read more)       


TikTok too is testing paid subscriptions

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Following the news report that Instagram is testing a feature that will allow its creators charge the subscription fees, now TikTok is reportedly testing support for paid subscription. However, there is no information available about when does TikTok plans to roll out the paid subscription program and on how many creators this subscription program is being currently tested (Read more)          

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