Tech Wrap: FAU-G launched, Motorola Edge S launched
More tech news includes Apple’s Fitness+ service getting a new feature and Grindr being slapped with a fine for $11.7.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, n-CORE Games launched FAU-G in India. On the other hand, Grindr was fined $11.7 million. In addition to that, Motorola launched the Motorola Edge S smartphone in China.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
FAU-G launched in India
Months after teasing FAU-G, n-CORE Games launched FAU-G in India. The game has been launched on Android and there is no word on when it will arrive on iOS.
Grindr fined $11.7 million
Grindr has been fined 100 million Norwegian kroner, which is about $11.7 million, by the Norwegian Data Protection Authority for illegally sharing private user information with advertisers.
Amazon Alexa gets hunches
Amazon Alexa will now complete tasks based on “hunches.” Earlier this feature entailed alerting the users if a connected smart home device wasn't in its usual state. Now, Alexa would complete the task on its own instead.
Motorola Edge S launched in China
Motorola has launched the Motorola Edge S smartphone. It starts at CNY 1999 ( ₹22,548 approx.) in China.
Apple Fitness+ gets a new feature
Apple has added a new ‘Time to Walk' feature to its Fitness+ service. It pairs music, inspirational monologues from famous athletes, musicians and actors with exercise tracking on the Apple Watch and Fitness Plus.
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