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Tech Wrap: Twitter Blue launched, Samsung Galaxy Book Go launched

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More tech news includes Mark Zuckerberg confirming upcoming WhatsApp features and Nintendo announcing dates for its E3 2021 Direct conference.

It was a day dedicated to launches today. On one hand, Twitter launched Twitter Blue. On the other hand, Samsung launched Samsung Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G laptops.

So, here's what happened in the world of technology today:

Twitter Blue launched

Twitter today launched its premium subscription service, Twitter Blue. Twitter Blue subscription service is rolling out today in Australia and Canada and will cost $3.49 CAD or $4.49 AUD a month.

Samsung Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G launched

Samsung today launched the two new laptops today. The Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G laptops are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 processor respectively and they come at a starting price of $349 ( 25,600 approx.).

Nintendo E3 2021 Direct announced

Nintendo today announced that it is all set to host Nintendo Direct, a virtual event that shows off the company’s upcoming software content, on June 15 at E3 2021. The company announced that the Nintendo Direct presentation will run for around 40 minutes and will focus on software related to the company’s popular Nintendo Switch.

WhatsApp indulging in ‘anti-users practices’: Centre to HC

The central government today told the Delhi High Court that WhatsApp was indulging in ‘anti-user practices’ that were aimed at obtaining ‘trick consent’ for its new privacy policy. The Centre has asked the HC to issue an interim order to WhatsApp asking it to desist from forcing its users in India to accept its new terms and conditions.

Mark Zuckerberg confirms 3 features to come on WhatsApp

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today confirmed three new features that will be coming to WhatsApp in the coming days. The list includes a disappearing mode, view once feature and multi-device support. You can check all the details here.

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