Tech Wrap: Google Pay gets international money transfers, Intel launches 11th-gen mobile processors
More tech news includes DoT says there’s no link between 5G and Covid-19 and Nothing to launch Ear 1 in June 2021.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Nothing revealed that it will launch its first product in June this year. On the other hand, Google Pay got an international money transfer feature.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
DoT says there is no link between 5G and COVID
The ht has asserted that there is absolutely no link between 5G technology and the spread of COVID-19. “...these messages are false and absolutely not correct...the general public is hereby informed that there is no link between 5G technology and spread of COVID-19 and they are urged not to be misguided by the false information and rumours spread in this matter,” the official release said.
Google Pay gets international money transfers
Google today announced that Google Pay users will now be able to transfer funds to people living in other countries. As of now, transfers are only possible from the US to India and Singapore.
90% Indians feel video calls help them combat loneliness: Zoom report
Zoom today shared the results of a report titled ‘How Virtual Do We Want Our Future to Be?'. As per the report, 90% of the respondents feel that it helped them to combat feelings of loneliness, while 92% of the respondents agreed that virtual and remote activities have helped them stay connected with others during this period
Intel launches 11th Gen Core H-Series mobile processor
Intel today launched its 11th Gen and 10th Gen Core H-Series processors for laptops, bringing powerful upgrades to CPU, graphics, and network performance compared to desktop computers, according to the company. The company also announced the 11th Gen Core vPro H-series and Xeon W-11000 processors.
Nothing to launch its first product in June
Nothing co-founder and CEO, Carl Pei, today revealed that his company will launch its first product called Ear 1 will be launched in June this year.