Tech Wrap: EU probes Google-Fitbit deal, Android’s Airdrop alternative & more

The European Union is launching an in-depth antitrust investigation into Google's $2.1 billion plan to acquire Fitbit despite the search giant’s promise to not use the fitness tracker’s data for ads. Meanwhile, Google is rolling out the Airdrop-like ‘Nearby Share’ feature for Android as well as an encrypted vault within its Files app to save private files. In other news, Xiaomi has launched its Amazon Fire TV Stick-rival in India and Microsoft will soon allow up to 20,000 participants via its video conferencing app, Teams. These and more, in today’s Editorji tech wrap.

| Updated on: Aug 05 2020, 21:10 IST
First Published Date: 05 Aug, 21:10 IST
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