Tech Wrap: Ferrari hunts for next CEO, Google brings 50 animals to AR search
More tech news includes Karnataka giving necessary protections to Wistron and Google Assistant features being available with more wired headphones.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google rolled out 50 new animals to AR search. On the other hand, Google Assistant features being available with more wired headphones.
Here's what happened in tech today:
Govt will give necessary protection to Wistron: Karnataka Minister
Wistron has been offered necessary protection by the Karnataka government after a factory in Kolar was reportedly vandalised. The offer came from Minister for Large and Medium Scale Industries in Karnataka Jagadish Shettar.
Apple‘s Luca Maestri, Jony Ive could be Ferrari's next CEO
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri announced an abrupt retirement with ‘immediate effects' on late Thursday evening. Now, the company is looking at Apple CFO Luca Maestri and Apple's former design chief Jony Ive to fill in this space.
Google brings 50 new animals to AR search
Google has added 50 new animals to its 3D animals collection. The list includes cat, red panda, giraffe, cow, zebra and pig among others.
Apple iPhone 12 Mini is not as popular as other iPhone 12 models
A new report suggests that the iPhone 12 Mini is the least popular of all the iPhone 12 models in the US. The report says that the first month of sales accounted only for 4% to 5% at each of the major carriers.
Google Assistant features with more wired headphones
Google has added support for Google Assistant features on more wired headphones. These features were earlier limited to the Google Pixel Buds, and Bluetooth headphones from brands like Sony and Bose.
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