TechWrap: Lava launches student-centric tablets, Luna available on Galaxy S21 series | HT Tech

TechWrap: Lava launches student-centric tablets, Luna available on Galaxy S21 series

More tech news includes Android Trojan posing as Clubhouse stealing data from 450 apps and WhatsApp working on WhatsApp Web Beta program.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Apr 21 2021, 16:00 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, Lava launched new student-centric tablets. On the other hand, Amazon announced that Luna had gained support for Galaxy S21 series smartphones.

So, here's what happened in tech today:

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Lava launches 3 student-centric tablets

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Lava today launched three tablets for students in India. Lava's e-Education series of tablets include Magnum XL, Aura and Ivory. They are priced between 9,000 and 15,000.

Twitter's Undo Send button could be a paid feature

Twitter is currently testing Undo Send button and it has been spotted as part of the subscription service making it one of the paid features. This was spotted by Jane Manchun Wong who posted a screenshot showing Twitter's subscription page with Undo Tweet listed under Feature Settings.

Amazon Luna is now available on Galaxy S21 series smartphones

Amazon today announced that support for Luna was arriving on Samsung's 2021 flagship smartphones. This includes Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone.

Beware of this fake Clubhouse app for Android with BlackRock malware

A fake Clubhouse app for Android has been discovered on the Google Play Store, and it actually contains the infamous BlackRock malware. This malicious app can get access to login credentials from more than 450 apps, and also bypass SMS-based two-factor authentication.

WhatsApp to offer WhatsApp Web Beta program soon

WhatsApp is planning to offer a WhatsApp Web Beta program for iOS and Android beta users soon. This program will be compatible with both WhatsApp Messenger and WhatsApp Business apps and it will enable users to use WhatsApp Web without having to keep their phones connected to the internet.

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