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Tech Wrap: Amazon Digital Suite announced, Apple Fitness Plus gets new workouts

More tech news includes Chrome getting new features and Amazon adding 50 million Prime users during the pandemic.

Here's what happened in tech today…
Here's what happened in tech today… (Pixabay)

It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google announced new features for Chrome. On the other hand, AWS announced Amazon Digital Suite in India.

So, here's what happened in tech today:

Apple Fitness Plus adds new workouts designed for pregnant, beginners, older users

The Apple Fitness Plus program, which’s worth $9.99 per month, is now going to have workouts designed specifically for people with different requirements, which includes older users, beginners, and those who are pregnant.

Google Earth’s new time-lapse video shows the effects of climate change

Google Earth users can now see the devastating effects of climate change over the last four decades right in front of their eyes on the new Timelapse feature. This new feature is hands-down Google Earth’s biggest update since 2017 and provides visual evidence of how our planet has changed due to climate change and human behaviour.

Google Chrome gets new features to boost your productivity

Google has rolled out new features for Chrome that are aimed at boosting productivity. These features are available for Chrome on Android and iOS, and desktop as well. You can know all about them here.

AWS Announces Amazon Digital Suite

AWS today launched Amazon Digital Suite in India in a bid to help digitise small and medium businesses in the country. The company said that the Amazon Digital Suite features a curated set of software solutions that are aimed at enabling India’s SMBs to easily digitise their operations and bring their businesses online.

Amazon added another 50 million Prime subscribers during the pandemic

In his annual letter to the shareholders, Jeff Bezos has mentioned that the number of Amazon Prime subscribers has reached 200 million. This new figure surpasses the 150 million subscribers milestone Amazon crossed in Q4 2019. This essentially means that Amazon had 50 million subscribers signing up for Amazon Prime.

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