Tech Wrap: RIL acquires majority stake in skyTran, Galaxy Z Fold2 gets One UI 3.1 update
More tech news includes a report detailing cancelled Stadia projects and Twitter adding new features.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, RIL acquired a majority stake in skyTran. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 got One UI 3.1 update. In addition to that, Twitter adds stickers and Twemojis to Fleets.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
RIL acquires majority stake in skyTran
RIL has announced that it has acquired an additional equity stake in its investee company skyTran Inc for $26.76 million. Reliance Industries had first invested in SkyTran back in October 2018. You can check all the details here.
New report details cancelled Stadia projects
As per a report by VideoGamesChronicle, SG&E was working on a multiplayer action game under the codename ‘Frontier.' The team developing that game was reportedly led by Assassin's Creed: Syndicate producer and it reportedly found out about the cancellation in February as the news went public.
Twitter introduces Twemojis
Twitter is now upgrading Fleets with a new feature - Twemoji stickers. The new Twemoji feature lets you use a set of stickers on top of any image or video that you're sharing as a Fleet.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 gets One UI 3.1 update
Samsung has rolled out OneUI 3.1 to Galaxy Z Fold2 foldable phone. Now, it will be possible to easily return directly to up to three previously opened multi-active windows via the recent apps menu on the main display.