Xplore Health Launches Respiratory Muscle Trainer; Fujifilm India launches mirrorless digital camera and more
This week has seen some of the biggest updates and launches across the tech world
It’s been an exciting week in the tech world as several companies launched new updates and products. After three security audits, ExpressVPN announced that it has validated the security posture of its macOS, Linux, and Windows desktop apps. On Monday, Fujifilm India launched its latest mirrorless digital camera, the Fujifilm X-H2. At the same time, Amazfit has also launched a new smart wearable, Amazfit Band 7, in India.
Here’s a look at some of the top tech stories from this week.
ExpressVPN app security update
Fujifilm X-H2 mirrorless camera launched
Amazfit Band 7 launched
Zoom Video Communications announced a range of new products on Tuesday at the company’s annual Zoomtopia 2022 event. Among the new updates announced are popular messaging and calendar services that would be integrated directly into Zoom, allowing users to access their communications and planning.
Open source license model for the BHIM application launched by NPCI
The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) on Wednesday announced the launch of an open source licensing model for its BHIM application.
Xplore Health Launches New Respiratory Muscle Training Device
Medtech solution provider, Xplore Health Technologies has launched a respiratory muscle training (RMT) device called Airofit PRO in collaboration with Airofit, Denmark. The company claims it’s the world’s first personal data-based intelligent respiratory training system.