Here is all today’s 11 April 2020 burning tech news #3 by tecgyan. Today’s highlights are Instagram stars DM on the web, Apple and Google are making tools on COVID-19, etc.
Instagram Strats direct Messages on Web
Instagram rolling out its Direct Message service on the web So users can also chat on the Instagram website. Before this users can only chat from its mobile app. According to a similar web, 39% of users of Instagram use it on desktop.
This feature can those Instagram users who use Instagram through the desktop. This DM icon is available on the right corner on web same position as to where you get in the mobile app.
Apple and Google Team up for makes COVID-19 contact tracing technology
Apple and Google both announce they are collaborating to build a COVID 19 Bluetooth based contact tracing tool for both Android and ios users. This tool inform people when they are in contact with coronavirus infected people.
Google and Apple are working on application programming interfaces (APIs) and operating system-level technology to assist in enabling contact tracing applications. This API allows android and ios to exchange information and use this in gov public health applications and its self developed application.
Smart Stethoscope develop by IIT Bombay
During this pandemic COVID 19, a team of researchers in IIT Bombay develop a smart stethoscope that can listen and record patient heartbeat without touching by the doctor.
This technology work with bluetooth. They sent 1,000 stethoscopes to different hospitals and healthcare centres across the country.
Nokia 9.3 PureView And Nokia 7.3 expected to launch in Q3 2020
From some reports, Nokia has launched its next flagship smartphone Nokia 9.3 Pureview is expected to launch in the third quarter of 2020. With this smartphone, Nokia also launches Nokia 7.3.
Nokia 9.3 Pureview is powered with the latest flagship processor snapdragon 865. This smartphone also powered with 5G technology. So Nokia lovers wait for that time.
So these are some imaportant tech news on technology for today.