With the advent of Threads people are becoming aware of something called ‘the fediverse’ (Threads is the new social network messaging app – think ‘Twitter’ only owned by
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.
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.
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.
The tech industry got a little heated this week when two of its biggest names, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, ignited a playful banter that led to the idea of a “cage match” face-off.
In response to the passing of the Online News Act by the Canadian Senate, tech giant Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, announced it is preparing to cease the dissemination of news on these platforms within Canada. This decision arises in direct reaction to Bill C-18, a legislative piece that requires tech companies such as Meta and Google to negotiate agreements with news publishers regarding compensation for the usage of their content.
Concerns over the potential impact of tech company layoffs on the integrity of the 2024 elections are being raised by three U.S. senators. Democratic Senators Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota, Peter Welch from Vermont, and Dick Durbin from Illinois are questioning whether recent workforce reductions at Meta (formerly Facebook), Alphabet (the parent company of Google), and Twitter could compromise the fight against misinformation.
In an ongoing effort to secure its products against cyber threats, Apple has successfully addressed three new zero-day vulnerabilities that were under exploitation. These vulnerabilities, weaponized by cyber attackers, facilitated the installation of Triangulation spyware on iPhones using zero-click exploits in iMessage.
The dispute concerning Reddit’s API continues to escalate, with moderators resorting to a novel form of protest: devising a straightforward method to demonetize their subreddits, thereby preventing the company from earning revenue through them.