Tech Wrap: Facebook announces cloud gaming service, LG Q52 launched and more
More tech news includes Samsung and Stanford making a 10,000ppi display and Airtel entering the cloud communications market with Airtel IQ.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand we saw Facebook launching its cloud-based gaming service. On the other hand, Samsung and Stanford launched a display with 10,000ppi. In addition to that, Airtel made a foray in the cloud communications market in India.
So, here's everything that made headlines today:
Facebook launches cloud gaming services
Facebook today introduced its own cloud gaming service. The newly launched service is a part of Facebook Gaming. The company also announced that it is launching free-to-play cloud games in beta mode on Android and on the web.
LG Q52 launched
LG today launched the LG Q52 budget smartphone in South Korea. It is priced at KRW 330,000 and it is available in Silky White and Silky Red colour variants.
Samsung, Stanford make a 10,000ppi display
Samsung and Stanford University together have created a display with a resolution of 10,000ppi. It will be used in televisions, smartphones and virtual or augmented reality devices.
Airtel launches Airtel IQ
Airtel today launched the Airtel IQ in India. This services enables secure and easy communication between customers and businesses. Airtel said that Swiggy, Justdial, Urban Company, Havells, Dr. Lal Path Labs and Rapido have already signed up for it.
India 131 in global mobile data speed ranking
India stood at the 131th spot in Ookla's Speedtest Global Index for mobile Internet speeds. The average download speed in terms of the mobile data stood at 12.07Mbps, while the average uploading speed stood at 4.31Mbps.