Tech News – June 11 & 12

Android’theft detection feature
Google is testing Android’s new theft detection feature

Using sensors and on-device models, Android phones will be able to detect if the device is snatched out of the user’s hand and the thief is running, biking, or running away with it. Theft Detection Lock will lock the phone. Now, the company is testing the feature in Brazil.
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Apple will integrate ChatGPT into Siri, iOS, and macOS

ChatGPT will be available for free in iOS 18 and macOS Sequoia later this year. Also, Siri will ask users if they want to share their question with ChatGPT and then will return suggestions from the OpenAI chatbot. In Apple’s example, the user can ask Siri for recipe ideas from a list of ingredients, landscaping advice with GPT-4o’s image recognition, and using Compose to write bedtime stories.
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Microsoft will shut down Copilot GPT Builder just four months after its launch

The tool enables customers to build and configure customized GPTs for specialized use-cases. Microsoft said that it plans to remove the ability to create GPTs starting July 10, and will then start deleting them, along with their associated data, through to July 14.
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Google will shut down the GPay app in the US

Starting on June 4, GPay automatically signed US users out. The focus has shifted towards Google Wallet and digitizing everything in the physical wallet.
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New products

 

HTC U24 Pro

HTC U24 Pro will have a 6.8-inch OLED screen, Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor and up to 12GB of RAM. It will come with a 5000mAh battery.
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Realme GT 6

The phone will have a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor and a 5,500mAh battery. It will be launched on June 20.
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