The way technology has changed, and changing our lives is something that cannot be explained in words. There is a lot more than what meets the eye. It would not be an understatement to state that it is literally controlling our lives.

The competition among tech companies is also at its peak. There is constant research that is going on to perfect already existing technology and to come up with new ones. So every day there is big news that we are hearing. In this article, we will see some of the latest tech news.

Huawei’s Own OS

As mentioned earlier, there is a huge competition and rivalry that is going on among the tech companies and off-late the entire world witnessed one of the greatest fights between two superpowers because of technology. As a result of this, one of the biggest smartphone manufacturer, Huawei, had a huge clash with the US. Hence many European and American companies withdrew their services for Huawei smartphones, and the biggest was Google stopping their Android OS services. Now Huawei has announced that they will roll out their own OS which will hit the market in the near future.

Google to challenge game consoles


It is high time that the gaming industry to up their game. It is because the tech giant which has absolute dominance when it comes to search engines is going to kick off Satdia in November. It was last March that Google announced its gaming service. The sales are expected to start with the limited edition bundles. Until next year there will not be any subscriptions. If everything falls in the right place, there are very good possibilities that the traditional gaming consoles like Xbox and PlayStation will be obsolete.

The Silicon Valley Hackathon

The Silicon Valley hackathon is, without a doubt, one of the biggest tech events in the world. Techies from all over the world participate. In most of the times, the coders will be concentrating on various other tech related things. But this time IBM’s call for Code Hackathon was California Wildfires. It was a huge surprise that more than 200 developers participated. The contest was, and the task was to create an app that could reduce the destruction caused by massive fire accidents.

Microsoft to offer tools to have secure elections

The brainchild of the world’s richest man Bill Gates has offered to come with tools to make the election and voting process more secure. The best part is that two out of three U.S. election vendors have expressed their interest in the project. The software is in the development states, and it is developed by Galois. At the developer’s conference in Seattle, CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella announced this initiative. The early prototype will be rolled out for the next elections.