Today at 3:09 p.m. EST, the Philadelphia Inquirer released its list of the most up-to-date tech news. This list was compiled to provide tech news reporters, business owners, and tech enthusiasts with the latest updates in the industry. The list includes updates on new products, patents, and programming releases.
At the top of the list is news that Google is launching a new digital wallet service. This new service is meant to make it easier to pay online or in stores by using your smartphone. The service is expected to launch by the end of 2017.
The second item on the list focuses on Microsoft’s new Surface Pro. This new model is the lightest yet and features a 12.3” PixelSense display with full HD resolution. It also comes with more storage and is more powerful than the previous generation of the device.
The third item on the list is about Apple’s latest update to the iPhone 8. With the release of the new device, Apple will be releasing a new operating system as well. This new operating system is expected to open up new possibilities for mobile applications and will provide significantly improved performance.
The fourth item covers news from Twitter. It reports that the social media giant is rolling out a new set of tools that will make the platform more secure. This includes two-factor authentication and improved encryption.
The fifth item on the list is about Amazon’s artificial intelligence-powered Echo device. The Echo device works with Alexa, which is an AI-powered digital assistant. With Alexa, users will be able to ask questions, play music, and get news and weather updates.
Finally, the last item covers news from Facebook. Facebook has announced a new virtual reality platform called Oculus Rift. The platform is intended to make it easier for user to create and experience immersive worlds in virtual reality.
These are the top tech news stories from the Philadelphia Inquirer at 3:09 p.m. EST.
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