Tech Wrap: Infinix smart 5 launched, PS4 India price to increase from March | Tech News

Tech Wrap: Infinix smart 5 launched, PS4 India price to increase from March

More tech news includes Twitter enforcing a permanent on Donald Trump and Amazon supporting music sharing on Echo devices via Alexa app.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Aug 21 2022, 15:03 IST
Here's what happened in tech today.
Here's what happened in tech today. (Pixabay)
Here's what happened in tech today.
Here's what happened in tech today. (Pixabay)

It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Infinix launched the Infinix Smart 5 in India. On the other hand, we got to know that PS4 prices in India will increase from March 2021.

So, here's what happened in tech today:

Instagram to disable accounts that sent abusive DMs

Instagram has updated its hate speech policy to accounts that send abusive messages through DMs. The company said that it will start disabling accounts that use DMs to continuously send abusive and hateful messages.

Twitter says Trump ban is permanent

Twitter's Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal in an interview to CNBC said that the ban on Donald Trump was permanent even if he returned to office. Here's what else he said.

Amazon supports sharing music on Echo devices via Alexa app

Amazon has added support for a new music sharing feature that will allow users to share music on Echo devices through the Amazon Alexa app. All users need to do is to say - "Alexa share this song with (the contact's name)”.

Infinix smart 5 launched in India

Infinix today launched the Infinix Smart 5 smartphone in India. It costs 7,199 and it will be available for purchase online via Flipkart starting February 18.

PS4 India Price To Increase From March 2021

As per a report by IGN India, Sony PS4 will be back in stock in India starting March this year. However, it will be available for 29,990 instead of 27,990.

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First Published Date: 12 Feb, 04:30 IST
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