Tech Wrap: RIL acquires majority stake in skyTran, Galaxy Z Fold2 gets One UI 3.1 update | HT Tech

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.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Mar 01 2021, 02:24 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, 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.

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First Published Date: 01 Mar, 02:24 IST
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