Latest India News | Tech News Today: OnePlus AI Music Studio, Mediatek Dimensity 8300 launch, and more | Technology News

Tech News Today (November 21, 2023): OnePlus’s latest product is not a smartphone or an accessory, instead, it is a tool that lets users generate music using generative AI and Mediatek announces a new Dimensity 8300 SoC with support for on-device generative AI capability.

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Tech News Today in India: Welcome to our tech news listicle. From now on, we will be compiling all the biggest developments of the day in technology into a single, easily consumable listicle.

From product launches, news, updates, announcements and all the latest happenings from the tech world, we have everything organised in one place.

Today’s breaking tech news includes the launch of the OnePlus AI Music Studio, a free-to-use platform that lets users generate custom music by selecting various prompts. Mediatek also launched a new mid-range Dimensity 8300 SoC, which is likely to compete against the recently announced Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC.

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    OnePlus AI Music Studio

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    Mediatek Dimensity 8300 SoC

    MediaTek has launched yet another mobile processor with generative AI capability — Mediatek Dimensity 8300 that can natively run large language models with up to 10 billion parameters. The chip features Mali-G615 MC6 GPU and the processor has been fabbed by TSMC using 2nd gen 4nm process technology.

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    Microsoft Outlook Lite gains new feature

    Microsoft has introduced several new features to its mail client Outlook Lite, which now combines emails and SMSs in one place. This lightweight app supports various Indian languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, and more. The app is exclusively available on the Android platform via the Google Play Store.

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    ViewSonic’s LS series lamp-free projector

    ViewSonic has launched a new LS series of lamp-free projectors that make use of LED technology. These projectors are said to align with SDG12 (Sustainable Development Goals) with lower carbon emission and still offer 5,000 ANSI lumens of peak brightness.

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First published on: 21-11-2023 at 15:37 IST