The Stories make their entrance on Telegram
Pavel Durov, CEO of Telegram, announced that the Stories will be available from July.
Despite initial resistance from the company, the decision was made in response to numerous requests from users. The Stories will be in an expandable section at the top of the chat list and users can choose who will see them.
You can add captions, links and tag other people, making Stories an engaging way to share moments with friends and followers.
YouTube introduces a new AI-based video dubbing feature
The project is based on Aloud technology, which transcribes the audio of the videos allowing the creators to make changes to the text, and then translates and dubs the video in the desired languages.
Currently, supported languages include English, Spanish, Portuguese and Indonesian, but Google plans to add more languages soon. This new feature will be a great help for content creators who want to reach an international audience, opening up new opportunities for engaging and engaging video sharing.
Meta launches Quest+
This is a subscription service dedicated to virtual reality (VR) games for Quest 2, Quest Pro and Quest 3 devices. Quest+ offers users a monthly selection of VR titles chosen from the Meta catalog.
For just $7.99 per month or $59.99 per year, subscribers will be able to access two new titles each month, including great hits, hidden gems and classics.
The games will remain accessible for the duration of the subscription, allowing players to explore and have fun without limits. Even if the subscription is discontinued, titles in the personal library will still be available, providing a continuous gaming experience over time.
Currently, Quest+ is only available in the United States, but it could expand to other regions in the future, giving fans of VR games around the world an exciting opportunity to immerse themselves in new virtual adventures.