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Tech Wrap: Snapchat launches Spotlight, Googles launches 2nd-gen Nest Hub

More tech news includes JioPages arriving on Android TV and Chroma launching Fire TV Edition smart TVs in India.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Aug 21 2022, 15:47 IST
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, Google launched the second generation Nest Hub smart display. On the other hand, Snapchat launched Spotlight in India. In addition to that, Reliance Jio announced that JioPages is now available on Google Play Store.

So, here's what created a buzz in the tech world today:

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JioPages arrives on Android TV

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Reliance Jio today announced that the JioPages app is available for download on Google Play Store for Android TV users globally. Earlier, it was available only for Jio set-top-box users.

2nd-gen Google Nest Hub launched

Google today launched the second-generation Nest Hub smart display with Soli radar chip. It costs $99.99 and it is available for preorders on Google Store in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France and Australia in Chalk, Charcoal, Sand and Mist colour variants starting today.

Croma Fire TV Edition Smart LED TVs launched in India

Croma today launched Croma Fire TV Edition Smart LED TVs in India. They are available in screen sizes varying from 32-inch to 55-inch and they are available at a starting price of 17,999.

Snapchat launches Spotlight in India

Snapchat's TikTok-rival Spotlight is now available in India. Snap Inc is also bringing the $1 million a day program for Spotlight to users in India. You can check all the details here.

Google's Family Link gets ‘Always Allowed' apps

Google today announced a bunch of new updates that are aimed at helping parents keep their kids safe online. The company today announced that it is introducing a new ‘Always Allowed' apps feature to Family Link. This feature will enable parents to allow their kids to spend time with specific pre-approved apps even when their screen time is up.

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