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Huawei Kirin A1 wearables chipset launching in India next month

Huawei has announced the launch of its latest smartwatch-Kirin A1 chipset by next month in India and confirmed that this chipset will most likely launch with the Watch GT 2. Huawei Kirin A1 chipset is the first wearable chipset with this feature that is equipped with dual BT / BLE making. For connectivity, it comes with Bluetooth 5.1. The chipset is powered by the Cortex-MP processor, which is alleged to have a 10uA / MHz maximum energy consumption rate. It also comes with a capacitive sensor, optical heart sensor, accelerometer and six-axis sensor. Src: https://bit.ly/2OdPBjo

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Instagram to expand its Private likes feature test in India

Instagram has announced to expand its Private Like Counts test globally, including in India. In the test, the account holder can still see likes by tapping on the liker list of his post, but others will not be able to see how many the post has received. Vishal Shah, Vice President of Instagram said that the feedback of the early testing has been positive and they are continuing the test to learn more about the global community for the fundamental change in the Instagram app. The test had begun in Canada in May 2019. Src: https://bit.ly/378JXI0

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Sony India to open R&D Centre in Bengaluru next year

Sony Corporation has announced to establish a Research and Development (R&D) Centre in Bengaluru, with plans to open more such R&D Centres in India. Sony stated that the recruitment will start in the area of applied Artificial Intelligence and details will be announced soon. The company also seeks to improve the country's R&D capability. Presently, Sony has over 5,600 staff including outsourced employees and over 300 authorised service centres in the country. Src: https://bit.ly/2XkwDf1

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Google Maps goes local, adds 50 languages in the new translator feature

Google Maps adds a new translation feature that will enable a phone to read name and address in the local language to help travelers communicate more effectively with their hosts. Google said that initially, this month it will launch a new feature in 50 languages and then more lingos will be added in the future. It added that the text-to-speech technology will automatically detect which language a smartphone is using and where a user intends to travel. Google has now started rolling incognito mode for Android devices in Google Maps. Src: https://bit.ly/2NQBscZ

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