The biggest tech news of the week ending September 12 null

The world of tech doesn’t stop or slow down for anyone. Launches, developments, announcements and controversies can happen anytime; and it can be difficult to be on top of everything. What if there were a way to filter out the most important happenings and consume them in a skimmable format?

Welcome to TechRadar India’s roundup of the biggest tech stories of the week. Get all the news that you need to know about in one place! Updated every Friday, this compilation of the best way to get all the news you might care about without any of the noise. Sounds perfect for a weekend read, doesn’t it?

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Reels continue to take over the Instagram app

A new update for Instagram in India will see the beloved Explore tab be replaced by a section dedicated to Reels. The short videos will auto-play with the sound on to hook users. What do you feel about this?





MediaTek Dimensity chipsets are finally going global

MediaTek’s Dimensity series of chipsets is an important stride in the world of semiconductors. They are finally going to be available outside of China, starting with the LG Velvet in the U.S. Time for India to get hopeful?


It seems like #Techtober has started a little early this time, as we’re already seeing multiple launches each week in India. We’d forgive you if you’ve lost track about all the phones that are launching this season. But in true TechRadar fashion, we’ve also created a real-time tracker to know which phones have launched and which are on the horizon.

IFA 2020 in Berlin also kicked off this week. The biggest tech show in Europe had multiple smartphone, computer and camera announcements that are worth checking out. 

Next week, we have confirmed launches from Poco, Redmi, Samsung as well as a few surprise announcements that are worth keeping an eye out for! In case you missed it, we also published our review of the Xiaomi Mi NoteBook 14, which is one of the best laptops under Rs 50,000. 

Slightly off-topic, but we also saw Elon Musk share big updates around how much progress Neuralink made over the course of last year. It is truly mind-opening (pun intended).

Keep this page bookmarked and be sure to visit us next week for the latest updates. Thanks for stopping by! 

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