Tech Industry Weekly Roundup: Smartphone Launches, AI Developments, and Gaming Leaks

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Tech Industry Weekly Roundup: Smartphone Launches, AI Developments, and Gaming Leaks

| Updated: February 24, 2024 20:59

The past week in the tech industry was marked by significant developments, including new smartphone launches, AI model releases, and gaming leaks. Here’s a look at the highlights:

Nothing Phone (2a)

Nothing Phone (2a) to be Manufactured in India UK-based tech company Nothing confirmed that its latest mid-range smartphone, the Nothing Phone (2a), will be manufactured in India. CEO Carl Pei, who has adopted the moniker ‘Carl Bhai’ on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), expressed his enthusiasm for the Indian market. The smartphone is set to launch in India and globally on March 5.

Apple’s Vision Pro 

Mixed Reception for Apple’s Vision Pro Apple’s recent release, the Vision Pro, has received mixed reviews from users. Bloomberg columnist Mark Gurman reported a high number of returns, with users citing concerns about comfort, price, and user experience. Apple is currently investigating the reasons behind the returns and is working to address customer concerns.


Leaked Features of GTA 6 Stir Excitement The gaming community was abuzz with leaked information about the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI (GTA 6). A Redditor revealed new features, including gore and dismemberment abilities, dual wielding, a 3vs3 basketball game mode, and more challenging carjacking mechanics. The leak has heightened anticipation for official announcements from Rockstar Games.

Mukesh Ambani

Reliance to Launch ‘Hanooman’ ChatGPT In a significant step towards indigenous AI in India, the BharatGPT group, backed by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries and top engineering schools, is set to launch its ChatGPT-style service, ‘Hanooman’, in March. The AI model, developed in collaboration with eight Indian Institutes of Technology, aims to serve various sectors, including healthcare, governance, financial services, and education, and will support 11 local languages.

Google Pixel

Google to Begin Pixel Production in India Alphabet Inc’s Google plans to start manufacturing its Pixel smartphones in India by the next quarter, aiming to produce over 10 million Pixel units in 2024. This strategic move is expected to expand market presence, diversify the supply chain, and tap into India’s vast consumer base. Local production could streamline logistics and potentially lead to cost savings.

Elon Musk Criticizes Google’s Gemini AI Tesla and xAI CEO Elon Musk criticized Google for its Gemini AI chatbot, specifically its text-to-image generation feature. Musk accused Google of displaying racist tendencies in its programming and called the company ‘insane’ and ‘anti-civilization.’ Google has since paused the image-generation capabilities of Gemini, acknowledging inaccuracies in historical depictions.

Social Media Platform ‘X’ Shutdown in Pakistan The popular social media platform ‘X’ has been inaccessible in Pakistan for nearly a week, with no official explanation from the government. Digital rights activists have criticized the lack of transparency, and the Sindh High Court has ordered the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to restore ‘X’ services, citing violations of fundamental rights and the Constitution.

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