Motorola Edge 50 Pro officially launching in India, YouTube Music gets ‘we-to-search’ feature on Android, more


Motorola Edge 50 Pro officially launching in India

After speculations and teasers, Motorola India has officially announced the upcoming launch of the Edge 50 Pro smartphone. The teaser provides information about the design of the phone and reveals some of its specifications. With the tagline “Intelligence meets Art”, the phone will be available for purchase on e-commerce site Flipkart as well as offline stores, as confirmed by the handset maker.

YouTube Music is getting ‘we-to-search’ feature on Android

According to a report by 9to5Google, YouTube Music is bringing a new song search feature to Android. Upon launching the search function, users will now see a new “Song” tab alongside “Voice”. The feature allows users to play, sing, or hum a song, similar to the Hum To Search feature in Google Search. Leveraging AI technology, YouTube matches the sound to the original recording. To access this feature, simply tap the search icon in the top-right corner or use the dedicated button next to voice search for faster access. However, unlike Spotify, identified songs are not automatically saved to the playlist.

OnePlus quietly exits India’s TV market?

Without making any official announcement, handset maker OnePlus has quietly removed the TVs and displays section from its official Indian website, signaling a possible exit from the TV segment in the country. Trying to access the microsite for TVs and displays now results in a 404 error page.

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Apple, Google are in talks to integrate Gemini’s AI features into iPhones

Media have reported that tech giants Apple and Google are currently engaged in active talks regarding the integration of Gemini to facilitate some generic AI functionalities launching on iPhones later this year. If materializing, the agreement with Apple could have a significant impact on Google’s Gemini chatbot, which has faced various controversies in recent months.

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LinkedIn will bring games to the platform

LinkedIn, the professional networking platform owned by Microsoft and boasting more than 1 billion users, is venturing into gaming. The platform seeks to increase user engagement by taking advantage of the popularity of puzzle games. Code snippets discovered by app researcher Nima Ouji indicate that LinkedIn is exploring a unique feature where players’ scores are linked to their workplaces, resulting in companies being “ranked” based on these scores.

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