Gmail is getting a new look later this year
Google has revealed a new Gmail layout that will be available to explore in February. The new layout will modify the way Google Meet, Google Chat, and Spaces are linked into Gmail. By the end of Q2 2022, the layout is expected to be the default choice. Users may notice a message in Gmail starting February 8 encouraging them to explore the new format Google is bringing to the service. Other discussion services like Meet, Chat, and Spaces are planned to be more closely integrated into the same interface as Gmail.
Noise ColorFit Icon Buzz Smartwatch launched in India
Noise ColorFit Icon Buzz has been launched in India as the latest model in the brand’s ColorFit range of smartwatches. It comes with Bluetooth calling support that allows users to make and attend voice calls directly from their wrist, without taking out the connected phone from their pocket. The Noise ColorFit Icon Buzz also provides access to the preloaded voice assistant of your phone. Its price has been set at Rs 4,999, though the smartwatch is initially going on sale with an introductory price of Rs 3,499. It comes in Jet Black, Midnight Gold, Olive Gold, and Silver Grey colours.
Netflix adds feature to remove titles from Continue Watching list
Netflix has begun pushing out an upgrade to its apps across devices. With the new edition, you’ll be able to clear up your Continue Watching list. This means that customers of the video streaming site can now delete series or movies from this category that they no longer want to view. Netflix users can do this by simply clicking on the show or film they want to remove from their queue. They can now select “Remove from Continue Watching” from the list of alternatives on the left to remove it from their Continue Watching list. The action can also be reversed by pressing the back arrow button in the same location.
Realme Watch S100 set to launch in India later this month
A tipster has revealed the colour options for the Realme Watch S100, which is expected to launch in India in February. The rumoured watch is said to be part of the Realme Watch S line, which includes the vanilla Realme Watch S and Realme Watch S Pro models available in India. The newest news comes a month after a source claimed that Realme was planning to launch the Realme Watch T1 in India after the wearable was discovered on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification website.