Tech Wrap: Xbox Series X launched, Google brings verified calls feature to India

    More tech news includes Oppo launching ColorOS 11 public beta and PUBG Corporation looking for a partner in India.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Sep 09 2020, 11:20 PM IST
    Here’s everything that made headlines in tech today.
    Here’s everything that made headlines in tech today. (Pixabay)
    Here’s everything that made headlines in tech today.
    Here’s everything that made headlines in tech today. (Pixabay)

    It was an eventful day in technology today. On one hand, Sony launched the Xbox series X and on the other hand, Oppo launched the public beta version of ColorOS 11. In addition to that Google launched its verified feature in India.

    So, here’s everything that made headlines in tech today:

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    Xbox Series X launched

    A day after introducing the Xbox Series S console, Sony launched the Xbox series X. The Series X is priced at 49,990 while the Xbox Series S costs 34,990 in India.

    OPPO debuts ColorOS 11 public beta

    Google, late last night, rolled out the Android 11. Shortly after, Oppo announced that it was rolling out the public beta version of Android 11-based ColorOS 11.

    Google announces Verified Calls feature

    Google today announced that a new Verified Calls feature was coming to the Google Phone app. This feature identifies calls on the basis of who is calling, the caller’s logo and the reason for calling and it is aimed at tackling phone call frauds.

    PUBG parent scouts for an Indian partner

    PUBG Corporation is looking for an Indian gaming partner that would help the company to resurrect its popular games PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in India. The news follows the announcement that it was severing ties with Tencent Games after the Indian government banned the two apps along with 116 other apps in the country owing to security reasons.

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    First Published Date: 09 Sep, 11:20 PM IST
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