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Tech Wrap: Pixel Buds A Series are coming to India, Vivo teases Y73 launch

More tech news includes Elon Musk being targeted by hackers and Apple employees opposing the hybrid work setup plans.

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It was a slow Sunday in the world of technology today. On one hand, Google confirmed that the Pixel Buds A series earbuds are coming to India. On the other hand, Vivo teased the launch of its upcoming smartphone, the Vivo Y73, in India.

So, here's what happened in tech today:

Pixel Buds A Series India launch confirmed by Google 

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Google in a response to a query on Twitter has confirmed that its newly launched Pixel Buds A Series TWS earbuds will be coming to India. The company also confirmed that they will be available online via Flipkart. However, the company didn't share a timeline as to when it will be available in the country.

Elon Musk targeted by anonymous hackers

Tesla CEO Elon Musk was recently targeted by a notorious group of hackers. In their latest video, hackers have said that they targeted Musk owing to the power he wields in the cryptocurrency markets and the way he uses it.

Apple employees oppose the company’s new hybrid work setup plans

Apple wants staff to work at least three days from the office and just two days from home. This move has drawn a backlash from Apple employees who believe the model is not flexible enough. "Without the inclusivity that flexibility brings, many of us feel we have to choose between either a combination of our families, our well-being, and being empowered to do our best work, or being a part of Apple,” a letter from Apple employees, published by The Verge reads.

Vivo teases the launch of the Vivo Y73 in India

Vivo today teased the launch of the Vivo Y73 in India. The smartphone is listed on the official website as “coming soon.” The teaser also gives a glimpse of the rear panel consisting of a rectangular camera panel and textured graphics-like design.

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