OnePlus teases two Smart TVs on Social Media
OnePlus is anticipating the debut of new Smart TV models in India. The titles of the next televisions, OnePlus TV Y1S and OnePlus TV Y1S Edge, were recently teased by the company. Both of these television sets will have 20W speakers and feature Dolby audio, according to reports. Further, the television will be sold in two sizes, that is, 32-inch and 43-inch. With dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, the upcoming series of smart TVs by OnePlus is said to be priced aggressively.
iQOO 9 SE arriving in India soon
iQOO 9 series has already launched in China, and now it’s all set to come to the Indian market. The brand confirmed the launches of the latest two models in the 9 series lineup – iQOO and 9 Pro. However, this is not all. Based on a recent leak by an influencer, the brand is coming up with three models in the iQOO 9 series for India — iQOO 9 SE, iQOO 9, and iQOO 9 Pro. The upcoming iQOO SE is expected to run on a Snapdragon 888 chipset along with many new features.
Google Chrome logo is changing after 8 years
For billions of Google Chrome users around the world, a major upgrade is on the way. Last Thursday, Elvin Hu, a Google Chrome designer, unveiled a new logo for the web browser. The Google Chrome logo is changing for the first time in eight years. Google changed the Chrome logo the last time in 2014. The upcoming new Chrome logo appears to be more colourful and eye-catching than the old one. However, you’ll only see the difference if you put on your glasses and look closely. The Chrome logo is made up of red, green, yellow, blue, and white colours, all of which are brighter than ever in the new version.
Indian couple celebrates blockchain wedding
The first ‘blockchain wedding’ in India was recently celebrated by Shruti Nair and Anil Narasipuram. The pair used an ‘Ethereum smart contract’ to arrange a wedding ceremony using blockchain technology shortly after their court marriage in November 2021. Because of the widespread prevalence of Covid-19 in India, the couple chose to have a courthouse wedding, which was officiated by Anoop Pakki, a “digital priest.” On Google Meet, their relatives were present for the ceremony. These vows are a part of their NFT. The blockchain wedding took only 15 minutes to commemorate.