Tech Wrap: Google Meet gets green rooms, Sony sold 4.5m PS5 units in 2020
More tech news includes Flipkart Wholesale app getting grocery section and Facebook rolling out support for Messenger on Oculus headsets.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google rolled out green rooms on Google Meet. On the other hand, Instagram got Recently Deleted feature. In addition to that, Sony announced that it sold 4.5 million units of PS5 in 2020.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Google Meet gets green rooms
Google has started rolling out a new feature called “green room” in Google Meet that lets users preview their audio and video. They can also adjust their lighting and positioning for the call using this feature.
Instagram gets Recently Deleted feature
Instagram is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to restore their deleted posts. The new ‘Recently Deleted' feature will keep deleted posts for a period of 30 days on Instagram.
Facebook rolls out support for Messenger on Oculus
Facebook said that it is rolling out Messenger on Oculus for users who have logged in to Quest and Quest 2 with their Facebook account. The Messenger app integration goes live this week.
Sony sold 4.5 million PS5 consoles last year
Sony today announced that it had sold 4.5 million units of PlayStation 5 gaming console in 2020. The company also said that it sold just 1.4 million units of its PS4 gaming consoles.
Flipkart Wholesale app gets grocery section
Flipkart Wholesale today announced that the platform will now offer grocery on its app. The company said this move will help provide kiranas and small retailers one-stop access to a wide selection of products.