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Apple to Introduce OLED Displays on Nine New Devices by 2027
Apple is mulling to introduce OLED display technology to nine new devices by 2027. The tech giant is expected to introduce OLED displays on the iPad mini and iPad Air in 2026, following their introduction on both iPad Pro models next year, says a report by MacRumors, and first spotted by Taiwan’s ET News. While the iPad Air will keep its 10.9-inch display, the iPad mini’s screen will expand from 8.3 to 8.7 inches.
Google Unveils Largest Online Exhibition on Hindi Cinema
In a novel effort to digitize the century-long history of the globally acclaimed Hindi film industry, Google Arts & Culture has unveiled the largest online exhibition on Hindi Cinema. This innovative exhibit utilizes tech, including Google’s Augmented Reality and Street View, providing an immersive experience through over 120 expert-curated stories and over 7,000 assets.
OnePlus 12 Set to Launch in December
The OnePlus 12 is said to debut in the first week of December in China, as confirmed by the handset manufacturer on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. Marking the brand’s tenth anniversary celebrations, the successor to the OnePlus 11 will feature Qualcomm’s latest and top-tier Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, a BOE X1 OLED LTPO panel boasting 2K resolution.
Majority of OpenAI Employees Threaten to Resign
The OpenAI chaos has escalated further as a majority of the company’s workforce expressed their intention to resign unless the board steps down and reinstates former CEO Sam Altman and ex-president Greg Brockman. According to reports from Wired and Kara Swisher, approximately 500 employees, including several executives, at OpenAI have signed the letter.
WhatsApp AI Assistant May Be Rolled Out Soon
Meta-owned WhatsApp’s integrated artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot is likely to be released soon. The social networking giant, at Meta Connect 2023, had announced it has plans to integrate an AI chatbot into WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging platform. The ‘Meta AI’ assistant is currently available only in the US, but Facebook parent Meta is likely to roll this out for all users soon, as the new beta version of WhatsApp comes with the AI assistant.