Top Tech News Today July 6 Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event Date Announce Carl Pei Visits Nothing Chennai Manufacturing Facility Phone 2 Launch Digital Personal Data Protection Bill Approved

 A month after officially confirming that it will host its next Galaxy Unpacked event at its home in South Korea, Samsung has now confirmed the launch date for the first time. The South Korean tech giant is likely to officially unveil its next-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, along with the Galaxy Tab S9 series on July 26 in Seoul. Samsung may also launch new accessories like the Galaxy Watch 6 series and the Galaxy Buds 3 TWS earphones, but some reports suggest the company may not update its TWS lineup this year. Previous Galaxy Unpacked events have been held in European countries and the United States, and this is the first time Samsung has held its flagship Galaxy Unpacked event in South Korea.

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Ahead of the launch of Nothing Phone (2), Carl Pei, founder of consumer tech brand Nothing, tours the brand’s manufacturing facility in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. After the tour, Pei announced on Twitter that the facility was a big improvement over last year. Pei said the Nothing manufacturing plant in Chennai has now completely rebuilt the facility with major improvements in cleanliness, safety and processes.

“Just visited our manufacturing plant in Chennai, here are my impressions,” Pei tweeted after touring the Chennai factory.

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The Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill has been approved by the Union Cabinet and will be tabled in the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament, PTI reported according to sources. The main goal of the bill is to make entities responsible for the collection, storage and processing of citizens’ data, ensuring that their right to privacy is protected. The draft DPDP Bill has been approved by the Cabinet and will be tabled during the parliamentary session scheduled for July 20-August 11.

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), one of Apple’s main iPhone makers and the world’s largest contract chipmaker, said on Thursday that it does not expect any direct impact on its manufacturing from export restrictions on the two metals. Used in semiconductors and electric vehicles. Earlier this week, China said it would restrict exports of minor metals such as gallium and germanium to protect national security. The news came after Joe Biden’s administration said it was looking to restrict China’s access to cloud services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to protect advanced technology.

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Some Twitter users have noticed that visitors can revisit certain content even without logging into their accounts, meaning people can open Twitter links in their browsers without logging into their accounts. Clicking on a profile also takes people to the user’s Twitter page and their bio. Their followers and followers will be visible, according to media reports. Meanwhile, Meta-owned Instagram launched Threads, a Twitter competitor. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is targeting Twitter, owned by Elon Musk, which has sparked a backlash following its recent announcement.

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