Tech Wrap: WhatsApp Web, Windows 11, Realme 6 series and Ether are top newsmakers today
WhatsApp Web, Windows 11, Realme 6 series and Ether made some significant moves, good and bad, to emerge as top newsmakers today.
Saturday has been yet another day of big revelations and happenings. WhatsApp Web Message Reactions feature is likely to be made available soon to users, Microsoft just broke Windows 11 with ads, Realme 6-series smartphones are getting the Realme UI 2.0 update and cryptocurrency Ether has hit the $ 4,000 mark. Check out the highlights of the tech world today:
WhatsApp Web Message Reactions out soon: WhatsApp is working to roll out the Message Reactions feature on both WhatsApp desktop and WhatsApp Web platforms. WhatsApp Web feature ensures that messages can have an infinite amount of reactions. A user can react to a message multiple times with different emojis and that the process to send a reaction is end-to-end encrypted.
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Realme 6, Realme 6i, Realme X get Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0: Realme said that it is rolling out Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 update to the Realme 6, Realme 6i, and Realme X smartphones in a phased manner. Realme also announced that it has rolled out the beta version of the Realme UI 2.0 on its Realme Narzo 20A smartphone.
Microsoft reportedly broke Windows 11 by injecting ads: After the new Windows 11 builds for the Dev and Beta channels were released on September 2, Insiders started reporting that their Start Menu and taskbar were crashing. Later it was revealed that this was happening because Windows 11 was delivering ads.
Cryptocurrency Ether hits $4,000 mark: Ether briefly rose above $4,000 late Friday amid a month-long surge around a major upgrade, and as demand for non-fungible tokens continues to widen. The second-biggest cryptocurrency rose as high as $4,027 on Friday
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