Tech Wrap: Fire TV Cube launched in India, Poco M2 reloaded launched
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Amazon launched Fire TV Cube in India. On the other hand, Instagram launched new keyword filters for abusive filters.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Microsoft Outlook now lets you add breaks before and after meetings
Microsoft Outlook now comes with an option to automatically start or end meetings early. This feature has been introduced so employees can take short breaks between back-to-back meetings.
Amazon Fire TV Cube launched in India
Amazon today launched the Fire TV Cube in India. It is priced at ₹12,999, and it can be purchased in India starting today via Amazon India, and select Croma and Reliance outlets.
Twitter now lets you add background images, videos to Fleets
Twitter users can now add background images or videos to Fleets. Twitter announced the new update is rolling out on iOS. There's no word on when it will be available to Android users.
Instagram launches new keyword filters for abusive DMs
Instagram today announced the launch of keyword-based filters to combat abuse and harassment on the platform. The company is adding the ability to “preemptively” block any new accounts a previously blocked user may create in the future.
POCO M2 Reloaded launched in India
Poco has launched a new variant of its budget M2 smartphone. Poco M2 Reloaded comes with 4GB RAM and it is priced at ₹9,499.