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DigiworldMag is the go-to destination for all things technology. From breaking news to insightful articles and opinions, we have you covered. In this edition of our blog, we’re focusing on tech news and trending news. So, whether you’re looking to stay up to date on the latest Apple announcements or keep tabs on the latest Android updates, you can find everything you need right here at DigiworldMag.

No matter what industry you’re in, technology is always changing and evolving. This means that the news that you read and the trends that you follow are always going to be different. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of technology news and trending news at DigiworldMag so that you can stay up-to-date on all the latest trends and developments. From AI to blockchain, we have everything covered. So whether you’re looking for a quick update or want to stay informed on the latest developments in your industry, be sure to check out our blog regularly.

Apple releases iOS 12.1

Apple Releases iOS 12.1
The latest update to iOS 12, released on September 19th, 2018, fixes a few bugs and improves performance. It’s available for all devices running iOS 11 or later.

There are no new features in iOS 12.1, but it does include bug fixes and performance improvements. This update is recommended for all users of iOS 11 or later.

Facebook announces Libra

Facebook has announced its new cryptocurrency With it. Transactions will occur more efficiently than traditional money transfers and even fiat currencies like euros or dollars. Right now, they are approaching other companies to see if they’ll be able to introduce Libra. “into the world” on their own. Ultimately, the goal is to make transactions cheaper and easier. From mom and grandmom’s apple pie with the storehouse warming gifts all wrapped up in a purchase. Order so she finally just tugs them out of her bag as she melts into her seat at home awaiting what each one holds….. Zuckerberg said the company will start by creating a digital wallet for people to store their Libra. He added that users will be able to spend their money in shops and restaurants. As well as buy goods and services online. However, he cautioned that not all merchants will accept Libra yet.

Google unveils Duplex AI calling feature

Google has unveiled a new AI calling feature dubbed Duplex. That could revolutionize how we communicate with those who are important to us. Duplex is a voice recognition system that can autonomously carry out calls, using natural language processing and Google Translate. The feature is currently available on the Pixel 2 and 2 XL smartphones. And will soon be made available on other devices.

Duplex is designed to make communication more efficient by allowing people to talk without having to switch between different apps or interrupt their conversation. If you receive a call from someone you want to talk to, simply say hello in normal conversation, and Duplex will take over the call. Duplex understands natural language, so you can easily have a conversation with someone without ever having to look at your phone.

The technology has been in development for some time and was originally intended for use in customer support applications. However, Duplex’s capabilities go beyond just customer service; it can be used for anything where it would be helpful to have a two-way conversation (such as ordering food or booking a hotel room).

What are some potential uses for Duplex?

There are many potential uses for Duplex, including making Calls to family and friends, ordering food or tickets online, and booking hotel rooms. As the technology becomes more widespread, there’s likely to be even more opportunities for using Duplex in various contexts. For example, imagine being able to order food while talking on the phone

Amazon launches its own cloud service

Amazon today launched its own cloud service, Amazon Web Services (AWS), which offers developers and businesses a variety of cloud-based services, including storage, computing, data management, and application development. AWS is available in four pricing tiers: Simple Storage Service (S3), General Purpose Computing Service (GPCS), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and Database Service (DBS). AWS also provides APIs to allow developers to build their own applications and services on top of AWS. “We’re excited to give our customers more choice when it comes to building and deploying applications,” said Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon. The cloud is becoming an increasingly popular option for businesses in need of scalable, on-demand infrastructure and software. According to Gartner analysts, by 2020 there will be more than 2 million systems reaching maturity.

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks continue as renders surface online. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been the subject of multiple leaks over the past few weeks. And it looks like things are only going to get worse before they get better. Recent leaks have shown off a number of different variants of the device. Which range in price from $799 to $1,249.

However, no matter what version you buy, you’re going to be missing out on one key feature: a headphone jack. That’s right, despite all the rumors and speculation about whether or not the Galaxy S10 will have a headphone jack. It seems that this is indeed going to be one of those devices. That leaves you stranded when it comes to audio output. Of course, if wireless headphones are your thing then you’ll be happy to know. That Samsung is releasing a new set of earbuds specifically designed for the Galaxy S10. And finally, if all else fails. If you still need some semblance of audio output then there’s always Bluetooth speaker technology.

While it’s disappointing to see Samsung go against such a long-standing tradition with its latest phone. It’s not altogether surprising given how cutting-edge smartphone technology has become over the past few years. In fact, given how popular wireless headphones are these days it might actually be a good. Move on Samsung’s part after all – even if some people might not appreciate the change at first.

Apple is dropping the headphone jack

Apple is dropping the headphone jack from its latest iPhone model, the iPhone 7. This move follows the trend of other electronics companies. Such as Samsung and Google, who have also ditched headphone jacks in their newer models. Some people are concerned about this change. Because they use headphones to listen to music or podcasts while they work or exercise. Others feel that it’s time for Apple to make this change. As more and more people are using wireless headphones instead.

Wireless headphones can be beneficial because they don’t require a cable to connect them to a device. They’re also easier to carry around because they don’t take up space on a person’s wrist or in a pocket. However, some people still prefer to use cables when listening to music because they find them more comfortable. Apple is likely aware of this preference and has decided to offer both types of headphones. – wired and wireless – in its new iPhone model.

Some people are concerned about the impact this change will have on the market for headphone accessories. For example, companies that make cases and other accessories for iPhones may not be able to produce them in large numbers if customers no longer need them for the headphone jack. However, others believe that companies that specialize in making these products will be able to adapt quickly and grow market share as customers switch over to using wireless headphones instead.

Apple gets into the health-tracking business

Apple has announced that it is getting into the health tracking business with its new HealthKit platform. The platform will allow users to keep track of their health data, including weight, heart rate, and more. It will also allow users to share this information with doctors and other healthcare professionals. The HealthKit platform is currently in development and will be available in the fall of 2014.

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