Tech Wrap: Telegram gets a massive update, Alexa app to work for Echo Auto and more
More tech news includes Facebook opening its predictions app to all users and Elon Musk says Tesla is coming to India next year.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Elon Musk revealed that Tesla will come to India in 2021, on the other hand, Telegram introduced a bunch of new features on its platform. In addition to that, Facebook opened its predictions app to all users.
So, here's everything that made headlines today:
Tesla is coming to India next year
Tesla CEO Elon Musk today announced that Tesla will arrive in India next year. His comments came in response to a question by a fan on Twitter.
Telegram rolls out new features
Telegram today rolled out a bunch of new features on its platform. The list includes new search filters, channel comments and animation among others. You can check all the details here.
Facebook its opens predictions app to all users
Facebook today announced that it will start promoting content from public Facebook Groups in users' news feeds and in search engine results. The news was announced by Facebook's app chief Fidji Simo via a blog post.
Google Maps' AR directions will soon show landmarks
Google today released a major update to Google Maps. The update will enable users to see visual cues corresponding to notable landmarks in their field of view.
Alexa app gets in-car display support
Amazon has announced that its Alexa app is getting a new Auto Mode. This mode will turn a user's smartphone into a ‘driver-friendly display' when used with Alexa auto accessories like the Echo Auto.