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World's Wealthiest

Musk surpasses Arnault as world’s wealthiest again

Elon Musk has regained his position as the world’s richest person, surpassing French luxury goods tycoon Bernard Arnault. The change in rankings comes after the significant financial success of Musk’s

Chromebook AI

Google introduces AI features in Chromebook Plus

The Acer Chromebook Plus 516 GE is turning heads in the tech world. It delivers impressive performance, especially for cloud gaming. And it does all this for under $700. The

Musk WhatsApp

Elon Musk and WhatsApp clash over metadata

WhatsApp, the popular messaging app owned by Meta, has found itself in the middle of a heated debate over data privacy. The controversy began when billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk claimed

AI Value

Are AI companies overvalued?

The rapid growth and innovation in the artificial intelligence sector have raised concerns among financial analysts and market observers about the potential overvaluation of AI companies. As AI startups and

Phone Restart

NSA advises weekly phone restarts

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) recently issued a warning about the importance of regularly restarting your smartphone. This simple practice can help protect against certain types of cyberattacks, such

Custom Bots

Anthropic’s AI tool creates custom bots

Anthropic, the company behind the AI chatbot Claude, has introduced a new “tool use” feature that allows users to create personalized bots to perform various tasks. These tasks range from

Largest Stegosaurus

World’s largest stegosaurus fossil to be auctioned

The largest stegosaurus fossil ever discovered is set to be auctioned next month in New York. The fossil, known as “Apex,” was excavated in 2023 near Colorado’s Morrison Formation. It

Planetary Parade

Mars and Saturn visible in planetary parade

On Monday, a half-dozen planets formed a line in the sky but were not able to be seen all at once. During what has been called the “parade of planets,”

Musk Insider

Tesla investor accuses Musk of insider trading

.@CalPERS is a bunch of scammers. Elon Musk and Tesla 11X their profit since 2018 and yet they don’t want to pay him for his work. pic.twitter.com/l9m6NkpRAX — Tesla Owners

Devil Comet

Devil Comet to make closest approach Sunday

The comet known as Pons-Brooks or the “Devil Comet” will make its closest approach to Earth on Sunday, June 2, 2024. Some have reported seeing part of the comet early

ROG Ally

Asus unveils ROG Ally X gaming PC

Asus has officially unveiled the ROG Ally X, its next-generation handheld gaming PC. The device boasts significant improvements over its predecessor, including better battery life, enhanced RAM, and increased storage

AI Privacy

Meta’s AI training raises privacy concerns

Meta has been using user-posted content, including photos and captions, to train its AI models. This has raised privacy concerns and questions about the company’s data-sharing practices. Meta recently notified

Surface Laptop

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop outperforms MacBook Air

Microsoft recently held a benchmarking event at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington, to showcase the performance of its new Qualcomm-powered Surface Laptop against Apple’s bestselling MacBook Air M3. The company

New Yorkers

Millions of New Yorkers losing internet subsidy

Nearly 1 million New Yorkers had signed up for the federal Affordable Connectivity Program before it ran out of funds in April. The initiative provided a monthly credit to internet

Musk testifies

Musk agrees to testify in SEC probe

Elon Musk has agreed to testify in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s investigation into his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter in 2022. The billionaire waived his right to appeal, which

DDoS Attack

Internet Archive hit by sustained DDoS attack

The Internet Archive, a nonprofit digital library, has been battling a sustained distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack since Sunday. The attack has caused intermittent outages and limited access to the Wayback

Gaming Laptop

Dell G16 gaming laptop price cut

Dell recently slashed the price of its latest G16 gaming laptop by $300, bringing the cost down to $1,200 from $1,500. The deal may end soon, so interested buyers should

AI Threat

Google launches AI-powered threat intelligence tool

Google has announced the launch of its new cybersecurity product, Google Threat Intelligence, which integrates its existing cybersecurity division and VirusTotal threat intelligence platform with the Gemini AI model. The

5 Ways to Improve Customer Experience

5 Ways to Improve Customer Experience

As the markets become fiercer each day, it’s hard to overlook the relevance of sound customer experience (CX). It boosts your success in the industry by continuously building your client

Prosthetic Third

Researchers develop controllable prosthetic third thumb

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have demonstrated that people can quickly learn to use a controllable, prosthetic “Third Thumb” to manipulate objects. The study tested the device on 596

Investor Action

Investors seek class action against Musk

Twitter investors are seeking class certification in a lawsuit against Elon Musk over his actions during his proposed buyout of the social media company. The lead plaintiffs claim they lost

Guilty Trump

Trump found guilty on all counts: Will he appeal?

Donald Trump was found guilty on all charges related to falsifying business records in a Manhattan court on Thursday. Donald Trump Is Guilty in His New York Hush-Money Trial |

Doomsday Glacier

‘Doomsday Glacier’ melting faster than expected

The Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica, known as the “Doomsday Glacier,” is melting faster than previously thought. New research shows that warm ocean water is reaching miles underneath the glacier, causing

Connectivity Expire

Affordable Connectivity Program to expire soon

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), a federal initiative that provided monthly internet discounts to low-income households, is set to expire on June 1, 2024. The program, which served nearly 23

"Exclusivity Split"

AI businesses split on exclusivity versus open-source

The decision whether to make Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology exclusive or open-source can be a divisive issue among AI businesses. Those who advocate for exclusive AI believe in the competitive