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Tata Avinya - Tech News #13 | NF World Latest News

Tech News of the Week – Tata Avinya First Look | Moley Kitchen Cooking Robot | Vivo T1 series launch in India | Snapchat’s Pixy drone | Whatsapp new feature – Emoji react

Check out below to read the Top 5 Interesting Tech News of the Week in the NF World Latest News Section. In this section, you can read the daily news and updates of Gadgets, Space and Science related Tech News in the week.

Tata Motors launches a new concept EV car “Avinya”

An Indian EV manufacturer, Tata Motors, has revealed AVINYA, a new concept car.

Tata Passengers Electricity Mobility (TPEM) sees this vehicle as a huge step toward the future generation of electric vehicles.

The EV has a lovely appearance and demonstrates the company’s ambition of a 100% EV.

The concept incorporates cutting-edge technologies such as software and artificial intelligence that operate in the background to give well-being and peace while in transportation.

It also provides an exceptionally premium yet easy and relaxing customer experience.

Moreover, the concept car will have a huge demand in the EV market, which is looking for a luxurious sustainable automobile.

A London based company created a robot that can cook and taste the food

The Russian mathematician and computer scientist Mark Oleynik’s Moley Kitchen robot claimed to cook meals from chefs worldwide.

The London based company, Moley Kitchen is the world’s first robotic kitchen.

Cambridge University researchers taught the robot to ‘taste‘ the meal as it prepares it.

The robot was previously programmed to make egg omelettes.

Researchers equipped the robot with a sensor that can detect varying amounts of salinity.

The robot then tasted nine distinct scrambled egg types at three different stages of the chewing process.

Researchers published their findings in the journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI.

Indeed, the technology starts at $136,300. That includes two robotic arms with fully articulated “hands” created in partnership with world-leading German robotic manufacturer Schunk.

Vivo has launched T1 series in India; T1 Pro 5G and T1 44W Prices

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Vivo has launched the T1 Pro 5G and T1 44W smartphones in India.

The Snapdragon 778G 5G processor will power the Vivo T1 Pro 5G, while the Snapdragon 680 chipset will power the T1 44W.

Both phones will be sold on Flipkart, Vivo’s e-store, and at a variety of shops throughout India.

The T1 Pro 5G and T1 44W will both have an in-display fingerprint sensor and FunTouch OS 12 based on Android 12.

The T1 Pro 5G will be available for pre-order on May 5. The sale will be on May 7 at midnight. The smartphone price begins at ₹23,999.

The Vivo T1 44W will be available on May 8. The T1 44W cost starts from ₹14,499.

Snapchat: Pixy, a digital photography drone costs $250

The American based multimedia messaging app, Snapchat, has created a drone called Pixy, which costs $250 (about ₹19,153). It can serve as your digital photographer.

In Snap’s Snap Summit, they launched this tech. The firm also made a slew of other announcements about AR shopping and other things.

Like most other drones, the Pixy comes with four pre-programmed flying patterns and is not operated by any other device.

Instead, users may make the Pixy float, orbit, or follow them by pressing a button. And finally, the drone returns to your hand at the end of a flight.

According to Snap, recordings from every Pixy flight will be delivered directly to Snapchat Memories, where users may subsequently modify them as needed.

The Pixy drone has a single 12MP sensor and 16GB storage, which can hold up to 100 films or 1000 photos.

Meta-owned Whatsapp will now allow 2GB file transfer and increase the group size to 512 members

WhatsApp now allows groups of 512 participants and transfer files as large as 2GB and also respond to messages with emojis.

The instant messaging software has been regularly delivering a host of new features. They have introduced more new emojis in this new update.

Recently, WhatsApp has announced a new feature where we can react to messages with emojis. Whatsapp has said that emojis are fast and reduce the group chat overload.

Users may now communicate files up to 2GB in size within WhatsApp with end-to-end encryption. Given that the prior maximum was 100MB, this is a significant upgrade.

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