Today’s top tech news: TikTok’s new phone, Xiaomi’s Black Shark and Samsung’s ‘deepfake’
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- The company behind TikTok, Bytedance, is making the switch from software to hardware with rumours of a new smartphone in the making.
- Xiaomi-backed tech company, Black Shark, just launched their gaming phone starting at ₹39,999 undercutting the only other gaming phone in the market, the ASUS ROG phone.
- Samsung's AI Center in Moscow's come up with a way to produce 'deepfakes' with using just one image.
- Microsoft and IDC's new report shows that business leaders and employees differ in opinion when it comes to how AI will impact jobs.
- Lenskart, the eyewear startup, could be joining the league of India's unicorn startups with new funding coming in at $350 million.
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After mobile apps, ByteDance wants to launch its own mobile phone
Samsung’s new ‘deepfake’ tech can make Einstein and Mona Lisa come back to life
AI is threatening small jobs but Indian workers are oblivious
Xiaomi-backed Black Shark threatens to break ASUS’ monopoly over gaming phones in India
Lenskart tees up to join the unicorn club