Week in Tech: Google Symptom Search, Amazon Prime Music in India, Idea VoLTE & more (Feb 26-Mar 4, 2018)

A quick roundup of all the important events in Tech space last week!

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Overall, last week in Tech was all the more happening. Thanks to MWC 2018! But apart from that, there was so much more that happened in the Tech world last week, which is worth checking out. Google joined hands with Apollo Hospitals over a new feature called ‘Symptom Search,’ Idea started testing VoLTE services and much more. Let’s do a quick roundup of all the important things that happened in Tech space last week:

Google can tell what your health symptoms mean


Google has come up with a new feature called ‘Symptom Search.’ So, now Google can tell what your health symptoms mean and information about possible medical condition. Although Google has clarified all search results are only for reference purpose, they are working with a team of doctors to keep results relevant for Indian audience. But remember, always consult a doctor for your medical issues! Continue reading…

Amazon Prime Music now available in India


Amazon launched their most-awaited Prime Music platform in India. Available for Android, iOS and desktop users, Amazon Music is limited to Amazon Prime subscribers. Amazon Prime membership costs Rs 999 per year, which also includes benefits like one-day guaranteed delivery on eligible products while shopping on Amazon and access to Amazon Prime Video. Here are our initial observations about Amazon Music!

Idea starts testing VoLTE services


Following in the footsteps of Jio, Airtel and Vodafone, Idea announced VoLTE services in select circles. The roll-out is expected to take place in phased manner, starting with cities like Kochi, Trivandrum, Calicut, Pune, Goa, Nashik, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Hyderabad and more. The company has some ambitious plans for the pan-India roll-out. Continue reading…

Google to create awareness about AI and Machine Learning


In order to make users familiar with the concepts of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning, Google announced a new portal where one can find a lot of learning resources for free. Google announced a new Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC) to help people learn some practical techniques, thanks to TensorFlow (TF) APIs. Continue reading…

New Xiaomi Mi TV series en route


Xiaomi is on the verge of announcing a new Mi TV series in India. The company has scheduled launch event for March 7. Amid speculations, a new Xiaomi Mi TV 4C appeared on official Mi India website for Rs 27,999. It was announced in China in October last year. Continue reading…