Tech News Roundup: WhatsApp Releases Editing Feature for Windows Desktop App, Indian Government Responds to Jack Dorsey’s Twitter Allegations, Anticipated Release of OnePlus Nord 3, and More

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  • WhatsApp is rolling out the edit message feature for its Windows desktop app to beta testers before a wider release. As the world’s most popular messaging app with over 2 billion users, this update is highly anticipated.
  • The Indian government has denied accusations that it pressured Twitter to block accounts during farmer protests. Union Minister of State for Electronics & Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar called Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey’s claim an “outright lie.”
  • The Israel military is planning to use AI to detect incoming rocket attacks with a new tool called “Knowledge Well,” which offers real-time information on the location, frequency, and range of rocket launches. The use of AI is expected to reduce false alarms and improve response times.

In the latest technology updates, WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature for its Windows desktop app that will allow users to edit sent messages. This feature has been available for the mobile version of WhatsApp for quite some time now, and finally, it has been extended to the desktop version as well. The addition of this feature will make it easier for users to correct typos and mistakes in their messages after they’ve already hit the send button.

Meanwhile, the Indian government has responded to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s comments claiming that the company’s employees have been “pressured” by the Indian government. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology called Dorsey’s accusations baseless and said that Twitter must follow Indian laws and regulations like any other company.

In other news, OnePlus is set to launch its latest smartphone model, the Nord 3, soon. The upcoming device is expected to be a mid-range option with impressive specs, including a 50-megapixel primary camera, a Snapdragon 765G chipset, and 5G capability.

Additionally, Microsoft has announced plans to improve the performance of its Windows operating system by introducing a new technology called “sleeping tabs” that puts open browser tabs to sleep when not in use, reducing system resource usage and ultimately improving battery life for laptops.

Overall, these latest tech updates highlight the ongoing advancements and changes in the world of technology, with companies introducing new features and technologies to improve user experiences and meet changing demands.

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