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Coca-Cola branded smartphone launching in India soon
Coca-Cola, a well-known soft drink, is expected to introduce a smartphone shortly in India. Indian tipster Mukul Sharma claims that the corporation may release its phone in the nation as early as March of this year. According to him, Coca-Cola would work with a smartphone manufacturer to create the product. Another tech tipster Ice Universe also shared Cola Phone's images and a Twitter account named Colaphone, which does not appear to be verified as of yet. The Colaphone account is following 8 smartphone brands - Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, Realme, OPPO, Nothing, Xiaomi, and Huawei.
The leaker posted "Here's the all-new #Cola Phone" on the microblogging website Twitter to share the information. I can confirm that the smartphone will be released in India this quarter. For this new phone, Coca-Cola is working with a smartphone manufacturer.
To compete with Google and Apple, the Indian government plans to develop the Aatmanirbhar chipset and BharOS
The BharOS developed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras was tested by the Indian government on Tuesday, and it was announced that the next step would involve developing the app ecosystem and the self-sufficient (Aatmanirbhar) chipset. Dr. KN Satyanarayana of ITT Tirupati was interviewed during a briefing by Union Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and Union Minister for Communications, Electronics, and Information Technology Dharmendra Pradhan.
Union Minister Vaishnaw stated during the brief that the "Aatmanirbhar trip" would be challenging and that many people worldwide would "not want any such system to be effective." "Now we have to concentrate on additional development, particularly on the app ecosystem (of BharOS) and the chipset that has to become Aatmanirbhar," he continued.
FB Messenger will now use end-to-end encryption thanks to Meta
End-to-end encryption testing on Facebook Messenger is being expanded by Meta. The platform is also introducing some new features to improve user experience and privacy.
With new features and improvements, Meta is prepared to improve Facebook Messenger's security and user experience. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, recently said that Messenger will soon receive new features to improve and personalise the chat experience on Facebook's messaging platform. These additions will include link previews, personalised emoticons, themes, and more. The business is also speeding up testing of the standard end-to-end encryption for additional Messenger users.
All you need to know about ChatGPT paid version rolled out for some users
With ChatGPT's increasing global acclaim, it was only a matter of time before the business, Open AI, transformed it into its prized golden goose. Some customers have begun to discover that ChatGPT professional, a commercial version of the software, is being offered to them at a cost of USD 42 per month. Even though the functionality hasn't been made available to all users, those who have seen it are undecided as to whether to purchase the chatbot or stick with the free version that is available to everyone.
The GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) language model is a variation called ChatGPT-professional that has been tailored to a particular task or business, including customer service, law, or finance. This fine-tuning makes the model more suitable for use in professional settings by enabling it to have a better level of comprehension and expertise about the particular industry or activity.
IBM, a tech powerhouse, is cutting up to 4000 jobs
Since 2022, the tech sector has experienced massive layoffs, and the situation is dire. In the midst of all of this, IBM is the most recent business to announce layoffs after falling short of its cash goals. The favorable effects of earlier gains were diminished as a result of the company's shares falling 2% in extended trading.
According to a Reuters article, the corporation was still "dedicated to hiring for client-facing research and development," according to James Kavanaugh, the chief financial officer. Additionally, IBM stated that the layoffs "will incur a $300 million charge in the January-March period" and are "connected to the separation of its Kyndryl business and a component of Watson Health."
The affected departments and the start date for the initial round of layoffs are both unknown.