This week, from June 20-26, 2022, the technology world has seen a range of different updates from around the world. The report highlights some of this week’s top technology news.
Amazon introduces first fully autonomous mobile robot:
On Wednesday, June 22, Proteus went to unveil its first fully autonomous mobile robot. Basically, it is able to navigate independently through the facilities using navigation, perception and security technology developed by the technology giant.
Farewell to Microsoft Facial Recognition Tool:
Due to the recent controversy, Microsoft announced this week that it would somewhat limit the universal use of its various AI-powered facial recognition facilities. This includes the leisure of some facial analysis tools that can recognize emotions and identities.
Dell to AMD-powered G-15 laptops now in India:
This week, Dell Technologies unveiled its latest G15 budget gaming laptops for Indian customers, powered by AMD Ryzen 6000 H series processors. The price range starts at around Rs 83,990 and the G15 5525 is most suitable for gamers as it comes in five different configurations.
SpaceX launches 3 rockets in 36 hours:
In just 36 hours, Elon Musk’s SpaceX went on to launch and land three rockets this week. The report noted how one of them included a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket launched from the Florida Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
Russian space debris avoided by the International Space Station:
ISS – The International Space Station has reportedly succeeded in avoiding orbital debris from a Russian anti-satellite weapons test. Roscosmos, Russia’s space agency apparently used a Progress 81 cargo ship that was screwed and docked to the ISS to move the orbital lab from a piece of space junk from the Russian satellite Cosmos 1408.
Bought Zomato Blinkit:
This week the food delivery app Zomato bought Blinkit for money. 4447 crore, which comes close to $ 570 million. Zomato’s board of directors approved the app’s acquisition on Friday, June 24, 2022.
Apple AR / VR headset to be released in 2023:
Apple Inc.’s AR / VR headset is built for the virtual reality spectrum, with Metaverse set to release in January 2023. In addition, the report states that the headset may have up to 14 cameras to monitor movement.
Crypto near the end of his teaser?
Clearly, crypto has suffered its biggest fall this year. The total market cap of its assets has shrunk by about 70%, from $ 3 trillion to $ 880 billion. This is due to the lynchpin of crypto trading, Teether is coming under intense investigation and is showing signs of significant weakness in the last few months.