Tech Wrap: Microsoft puts TikTok acquisition talks on hold, Amazon offers free in-game content and more
More tech news includes reports detailing features of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 3 smartphone and BSNL launching Bharat Air Fibre Services launched in Maharashtra.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Microsoft put on hold the acquisition talks to acquire TikTok's US business. On the other hand, BSNL introduced its Bharat Air Fibre Service, which is the company's broadband service in rural areas, in two villages in Maharashtra.
So, here's everything that happened in the world of technology today:
Galaxy Watch 3 details revealed
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Watch 3 on August 5. Ahead of the launch, the user manual of the smartwatch has leaked online, which has revealed almost all the details about the wearable device. Check out all the details here.
Microsoft reportedly puts TikTok acquisition talks on hold
Microsoft and TikTok's parent company ByteDance have put acquisition talks for the TikTok US on hold after the US President Donald Trump signalled opposition to the deal. The two companies are now seeking clarity from the White House on the matter.
Amazon offers free in-game content to Prime users
Amazon is set to host the Prime Day Sale in India between August 6 and 7. Ahead of the annual event, the company is offering free-in game content on mobile games such as Ludo King, Freefire and BigFarm Mobile Harvest among others to Prime users.
BSNL Bharat Air Fibre Services launched in Maharashtra
BSNL today launched its Bharat Air Fibre Service in Maharashtra's Akola and Washim districts. BSNL has partnered with Telecom Infrastructure Partners (TIPs) for the same.
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