Written byShubham Sharma
This week, a number of developments were noted in the world of technology, especially for consumer tech enthusiasts.
Then, there was also the announcement of the first Mi Notebooks in the Indian market.
Let's take a look at everything.
Sony gave the first good look at the PlayStation 5 on June 11, only after an hour of PS5 game announcements.
It is slated to release later this year but its pricing is still not known.
After Sony, it was Google that made headlines this week.
The company released the first public beta of Android 11 with a bunch of new features and followed that with new safety-focused navigational features for Google Maps.
Microblogging giant Twitter launched two new features for its users - the ability to share Instagram-like self-disappearing stories or "Fleets" and an automated nudge to read articles before retweeting.
Meanwhile, its competitor Facebook's key messaging app WhatsApp started testing several new capabilities, including image search on the web, filter messages by date, multi-device support, Sharechat integration, and a third-party chatbot to bust misinformation.
Apple's problem pertained to the case of iPhone 11 Pro users witnessing a green tint after unlocking, while Microsoft's case revolved around buggy Windows 10 updates causing printers to malfunction.
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