The official launch of the Motorola Edge 50 Pro in India:

After a number of rumors and teases, Motorola India has formally declared that the Edge 50 Pro smartphone will soon be available. The phone’s design and some of its features are revealed in the teaser. The phone maker has announced that the device, which goes by the tagline “Intelligence meets Art,” would be sold both in shops and on the online retailer Flipkart.

Android Users Will Be Able To “Hum-To-Search” For YouTube Music:

A 9to5Google report claims that YouTube Music is introducing a new Android music search feature. When users launch the search feature, a new “Song” tab will appear next to “Voice.” Like Google Search’s Hum to Search device, this feature lets users hum, play, or sing a song. YouTube uses AI technologies to ensure that the sound matches up to the original recording. Simply tap the search icon located in the upper-right corner of the screen to activate this feature, or press the dedicated button next to the voice search for easier access. Identified songs aren’t, however, instantly added to playlists like they are with Spotify.

Does OnePlus Quit the Indian TV Market?

The phone manufacturer OnePlus has quietly removed the TV and Displays sections from its official Indian website without releasing an official statement, indicating a potential withdrawal from the TV market in that nation. A 404 error page now appears when trying to access the TVs and Displays microsite.

Talks To Include Gemini’s AI Capabilities In iPhones Between Apple And Google:

According to reports in the media, the tech giants Apple and Google are actively negotiating Gemini’s integration to enable some generative AI features that will launch on iPhones later this year. The agreement with Apple, if it comes to be, would have a major impact on Google’s Gemini chatbot, which has been in the news lately for a number of reasons.

LinkedIn Is Adding Gaming Content To Its Platform:

Microsoft-owned LinkedIn, a professional networking site with over a billion members, is getting into the gaming industry. The platform hopes to increase user engagement by taking use of puzzle games’ widespread appeal. App researcher Nima Owji found code snippets that suggest LinkedIn is investigating a new function in which player scores are linked to their places of employment, leading to businesses being “ranked” according to these scores.

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