Tech Wrap: Amazon launches new Echo Show 10, Echo Show 5 in India and more
More tech news includes TCL launching new smart TVs in India and Xiaomi unveiling Mi Notebook Pro X15.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, LinkedIn breach exposed data of nearly 92% of the users. On the other hand, Twitter removed the bug that prevented users from switching between algorithmic and chronological views.
So, here’s what happened in tech today:
TCL launches new smart TVs in India
TCL has launched its new 2021 C Series Range LineupTVs - Mini LED QLED4K C825 with Magic Camera, QLED 4K C728 with Game Master, and the QLED 4K C725 with Video Call Camera in India today. They come at a starting price of ₹64,990 in India.
Amazon new Echo Show 10, Echo Show 5 launched in India
Amazon has launched the Amazon Echo Show 10 and the Echo Show 5 in India. The Amazon Echo Show 10 is priced at ₹24,999 and the Amazon Echo Show 5 is priced at ₹8,999.
LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes data of 92% of users
LinkedIn has been hit by another breach. This time, over 700 million users appear to have been affected, accounting for over 92 percent of users on the platform. The news was announced by the hacker himself.
Twitter fixes bug that prevented switching between algorithmic and chronological views
Twitter had a bug that has been preventing users from switching to the chronological view in their home feeds when accessing the micro-blogging platform via a desktop browser. Now, Twitter has confirmed that the bug has been fixed.
Xiaomi unveils Mi notebook Pro X15
Today, Xiaomi has added another notebook to its Pro portfolio. The newly launched notebook, Mi Notebook Pro X 15, packs top of the line features such as Intel’s 11th generation processor, OLED display and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics and more. The Mi Notebook Pro X 15 costs CNY 7,999 for the base variant.