Just today, I stumbled upon a piece of news that’s as intriguing as it is complex. Picture this: The New York Times, a giant in the world of news, is taking on two tech behemoths, OpenAI and Microsoft. Why, you ask? Well, it’s all about copyright infringement, and the plot is thicker than a bowl of oatmeal.
Just the other day, I received a voicemail that raised my suspicions immediately. It claimed to be from the “National Tax Relief Program,” offering to help clear back taxes. Intrigued and a bit wary, I decided to dig deeper into this, and what I found was a classic scam playing out. Here’s a rundown of the call and why you should be on high alert if you receive a similar one.
I recently received an email from Amazon that really got my gears grinding. It was about a big change to Prime Video, and trust me, it’s not the kind of news you’d welcome with open arms. From January 29, 2024, Prime Video is going to have ads. Yes, you read that right – ads in a service we’re already paying for. And here’s the kicker: if you want to keep your viewing experience ad-free, you’ll have to shell out an additional $2.99 every month.
This Independence Day was nothing short of explosive for Meta, and not in the festive sense. The tech behemoth, alongside its industry cohorts, got a shocking present from the European Union’s top court. The verdict? A full-frontal attack on the legal framework that supports Meta’s key business model of targeted advertising.
The unpredictable Elon Musk is stirring up the Twitterverse again, and our readers have had a flurry of inquiries. The mystery? Musk’s recent decision to impose “temporary limits” on the daily tweet view count. What’s the reason behind this? And what does this mean for Twitter users? We’ve got the lowdown.
Curious minds are buzzing around Meta’s newest venture: Threads. This Twitter-competitor is yet another addition to Meta’s social media empire and our readers have been itching to know more. What is Threads? How does it work? And how does it compete with Twitter? Rest assured, we’ve got the answers.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has stoked fears of an impending technological apocalypse, with some proponents envisioning machines outpacing human capabilities, defying control, and becoming too formidable to disable. So, are these fears grounded in reality or are they merely the ramblings of overactive imaginations?
The technology juggernaut, OpenAI, is making waves with its GPT-3 model, a highly advanced language processing tool known as ChatGPT. This AI-powered tool is so powerful and convincing that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for most people to discern AI-generated content from human-generated content, including instances of misinformation or ‘fake news’
The social media giant, Meta, is on track to expand its boundaries, eyeing a new opportunity in the app distribution domain. This move will pave the way for Meta to potentially rival tech behemoths Google and Apple’s app stores. Specifically, the company is developing plans to allow Facebook users within the European Union to directly download apps via Facebook ads.
On Saturday, a large number of Twitter users reported encountering difficulties while attempting to access the social media platform. This followed the announcement made by Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, that the company was introducing new limitations on the number of tweets users could read on a daily basis. This sudden restriction to 10,000 posts per day for verified accounts caused a stir among users and resulted in widespread issues on the platform.
Amazon was caught red-handed, handing over Ring doorbell footage to law enforcement agencies without user permission, subpoenas, warrants, without any of the traditional legal controls which prevent liberal disclosure of non-public data to law enforcement. This disclosure was set to further ignite ongoing debates about privacy and civil liberties in relation to the tech giant’s video-sharing agreements with police departments nationwide.
Amazon, the internet-based monopol-*ahem* er, giant, known for its e-commerce platform, has stealthily diversified into the realm of logistics and freight services. Offering a robust solution to shipping needs, Amazon Freight provides a comprehensive suite of features designed to cater to businesses large and small. But, as always, the journey to understanding a service begins with the first step—getting acquainted with the offering itself.
Apple’s macOS is lauded for its intuitive user interface, offering even the most novice users a comfortable and easy computing experience. However, beneath this user-friendly facade lies an extensive ecosystem of features and tools that, when properly utilized, can significantly enhance productivity and streamline workflows. This guide will serve as your roadmap in your journey to becoming a power user of the Mac, providing you with an in-depth look at the strategies and techniques you’ll need to harness the full potential of your Mac.
At the intersection of technology and creativity, there’s a marvelous playground where one can find a multitude of novel applications. One such entrant is ‘Midi Touchbar’, an innovative application crafted by the inventive mind(s?) of Urban Lienert. The brilliance of this application is that it pushes the boundaries of traditional musical composition and performance by reimagining the utilization of our everyday tech gadgets.
The AirPods Pro 2 has received numerous noteworthy enhancements with iOS 17, with the new Adaptive Audio feature standing out prominently. This feature allows the earbuds to automatically shift between noise-cancellation and transparency modes, adjust the volume, and makes voice hearing more convenient. In this guide, we will explore how to activate AirPods Pro Adaptive Audio, its functionality, and more.