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Apple unveiling

Apple set to unveil new AI features

Apple is preparing to showcase its advancements in generative AI at its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The event may highlight new features such as AI-generated emojis and a partnership

WhatsApp Exports

Elon Musk claims WhatsApp exports user data

WhatsApp boss Will Cathcart has denied claims made by Elon Musk that the messaging app “exports your user data every night.” In a post on X, Mr. Cathcart said the

Shareholders Vote

Tesla shareholders face crucial vote on Musk

Elon Musk has issued an ultimatum to Tesla shareholders ahead of a crucial vote on his $55.8 billion pay package. Musk stated that unless he holds 25% control over Tesla,

"Entrepreneurial Success Guide"

Peter Platzer’s guide to entrepreneurial success

Peter Platzer, Spire Global’s founder, shares his journey from Wall Street to pioneering space technologies and offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Key to any start-up success, Peter believes, is deep

"Automate Software Development"

AI forecasted to automate software development by 2030

Researchers from the University of Lugano, Switzerland, forecast significant shifts in software development by 2030, driven by artificial intelligence (AI). They argue that advancements in AI could automate much of

Active Volcanoes

New evidence suggests active volcanoes on Venus

Scientists have discovered fresh evidence of ongoing volcanic activity on Venus by analyzing radar data from NASA’s Magellan spacecraft. The findings, published in a recent study, suggest that Venus may

xAI clash

Musk and LeCun clash over xAI recruitment

Elon Musk and Meta’s Chief AI Scientist Yann LeCun engaged in a heated exchange on X, the social media platform owned by Musk, over the weekend. The disagreement began when

Immediate Switch

Dhhl urges immediate switch from sandwich isles

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) is warning homestead customers of Sandwich Isles Communications to switch phone and internet service providers immediately. Up to 1,500 households and businesses on

Ace AirPods

Sonos Ace headphones take on AirPods

Sonos has launched its first over-ear headphones, the Sonos Ace, directly competing with Apple’s AirPods Max. The Ace headphones offer high-fidelity audio, custom 40 mm dynamic drivers, active noise cancellation,

DDoS Attack

Internet Archive hit by DDoS attack

The Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library, was hit by a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on Monday, May 29, 2023. The attack made most of the organization’s services

'ALICE' Success

Billion-dollar success criteria: The ‘ALICE’ approach

Startups and entrepreneurial firms that experience billion-dollar success possess unique attributes distinct from those that merely garner attention. Key hallmarks include a focus on innovation, a clear understanding of customer

Market Optimism

Mild share increments signal market optimism

A return to trading in European and American markets, sparkled with mild increments in shares, was noticed this week. Dealers are keeping an eye on inflation data and central bank

Poised Athletes

Athletes poised for safe 2024 Games

As the Olympic torch lands in France, its 69-day journey to Paris has begun, marking a significant milestone for the 33rd Olympiad. However, this journey is colored by unprecedented security

Digital Transformations

WEX leads digital transformations in B2B market

The business-to-business (B2B) market is intricate, posing numerous challenges like complex payment methods, strict regulations and high interest rates. Yet, it’s not all doom and gloom. With the right strategies

Supercharger Rehire

Tesla reverses Supercharger layoffs, rehires staff

In a surprising move that has sent shockwaves through the electric vehicle industry, Tesla CEO Elon Musk laid off the company’s entire 500-person Supercharger team two weeks ago. However, in

Pittsburgh Business Rise

Pittsburgh sees rise in women, minority-owned businesses

Pittsburgh is experiencing a surge in women and minority-owned businesses, creating a progressive shift in business demographics. As of 2023, nearly 40% of small enterprises are women-owned, while minorities own

"Intensified De-dollarization"

BRICS nations to intensify de-dollarization efforts

The BRICS nations along with several others, are expected to heighten de-dollarization efforts during the forthcoming summit in Kazan, Russia. These nations aim to lessen their dependency on the US

Global Complexity

The complexity of global cybersecurity threats

The global cybersecurity landscape is becoming increasingly complex and threatening, according to recent reports from threat intelligence researchers. Cyber-attacks are on the rise, driven by the use of artificial intelligence

Erased Pages

Digital decay erases past web pages

The internet is often thought of as a permanent record of information, but a new study reveals that a substantial portion of web pages from the past decade has vanished.

Zelda Tree

Lego unveils new Zelda Great Deku Tree set

Nintendo and Lego have teamed up to create a new Legend of Zelda set featuring the iconic Great Deku Tree. The 2,500-piece set allows builders to create two versions of

safety committee

OpenAI launches safety committee for AI

OpenAI announced on Tuesday that it has begun training a new flagship artificial intelligence model to succeed GPT-4, which powers the popular ChatGPT. The San Francisco-based startup stated in a

NYC Internet

End of ACP threatens NYC internet access

The looming expiration of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) could leave nearly 1 million low-income households in New York City without high-speed internet access, according to a new analysis. The

"Ether Outflows"

Grayscale’s Ether fund braces for initial outflows

Grayscale Investments, the establishment known for its Bitcoin Trust, is expected to face an average outflow of $110 million daily in the first month with their forthcoming Ether exchange-traded fund

Windows Upgrade

Microsoft urges upgrade to Windows 11

Microsoft is pushing users to upgrade to Windows 11 before it ends support for Windows 10 on October 14, 2025. The company wants users to move to the new operating

"Backdoor Discovery"

Hidden backdoor discovered in popular courtroom software

Cybersecurity analysts have recently unveiled a hidden backdoor in the globally utilized courtroom software. This major supply-chain attack can potentially expose sensitive data, leading to extensive data breaches. The software

"Payment Schedule"

June social security payment schedule confirmed

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has just confirmed that Social Security recipients can anticipate their June retirement payouts shortly. More specifically, payments are due to arrive on June 3rd for

"Revenue Forecast"

Workday lowers revenue forecast amid market uncertainties

Workday Inc., a well-known software giant, recently decreased its forecast for annual subscription revenues, from $7.78 billion to $7.73 billion. This move was influenced by changes in customers’ buying behavior