1.Tesla accepts bitcoin as payment for purchase
Do you have bitcoins, then you can buy a tesla with it. Check out Elon Musk’s tweet today.
Musk also said that bitcoin is only available for payments in the U.S currently and will be available elsewhere later this year. Bitcoin’s price had a huge surge recently after Elon Musk’s tweet. Tesla had bought about $1.5 billion worth of bitcoins in February.
2.Apple has discontinued two iMac desktops
The iMac Pro desktop was discontinued recently, but a $5K one is still available. The only Pro desktop (for the time being) is now the Mac Pro, a powerful computer that starts at $5,999. The Apple iMac Pro is no more available.
The remaining iMac’s are less in number now.MacRumors reported that two options were no more listed on 21.5-inch iMac in the apple store i,e the 512GB and 1TB ones.
3.Microsoft 365’s Web Version has a new feature rolled out
With Microsoft 365’s Web Version you can now convert Word Docs Into PowerPoint Presentations. They can do so by opening the word document and click on File>Export>Export to PowerPoint presentation. After a few seconds of processing, the doc will be converted to a PowerPoint presentation. But you may need the 365’s subscription to do so.
Microsoft reported on their community site as below:
“The slides are derived from your section headers in the document, so make sure to organize your Word document accordingly for optimal suggestions. Based on keywords in your document, the Designer in PowerPoint will suggest imagery, icons, videos, themes[,] and fonts arrange your content. You can always change the suggested content if needed,”
4.Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro And Ultra will be launching soon
As per official statment from Xiaomi , they will launch the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra on March 29th.
The online-only event for this launch will be done on Weibo on March 29, 7:30 a.m. ET.
Like Mi 11, both these phones are likely to have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor.
As per android central, the Mi 11 Ultra will have a 6.81-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz RR, a 50/48/48-MP main camera a 5000mAh battery capacity. And for the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, it will have a 120Hz display and a 50-MP main rear camera.