Apple Unveils New Budget-Friendly USB-C Apple Pencil

It’s a new dawn for Apple’s iconic iPad accessory, The Apple Pencil. This tech titan just dropped the news about the launch of a wallet-friendlier version of their stylus! And guess what? It comes equipped with a USB-C port! Hold your breath because this announcement shatters the silence while expectations are sky-high for Apple’s future … Read more

Google’s Transformative AI Art Generation: Everything You Need to Know

The world of artificial intelligence (AI) is undergoing rapid evolution, especially in the domain of art creation. OpenAI’s DALL-E has, for a while, stood unchallenged, turning text descriptions into impressive visuals. However, Google’s foray into this realm is about to redefine the landscape. How Does Google’s SGE Work? Google’s SGE is not entirely new; it … Read more

Google Experiments with Discover Feed on its Desktop Homepage

Google is set to potentially revolutionize its iconic, minimalist homepage by testing the inclusion of a Discover Feed on its desktop version. The feature, already prevalent on mobile devices, shows recommended content adjacent to the renowned Google search bar. A recent experiment has revealed the integration of this feature into the desktop homepage for users … Read more

Google’s Payment to Apple for Search Dominance Under Scrutiny

Recent findings indicate that Google may be paying Apple between $18 billion to $20 billion annually to ensure it remains the primary search engine on iPhones. This information, originally highlighted by the financial advisory firm Bernstein, emphasizes the significant monetary relationship between the two tech giants. Initially, the 2021 estimates suggested that Google’s payment to … Read more

European Commission Investigates Microsoft and Apple Under DMA Regulations

The European Commission is currently probing key services of tech giants Microsoft and Apple, including Bing, Edge, Microsoft Advertising, and iMessage. The core of the investigation is to ascertain whether these services should be subject to the Digital Markets Act (DMA) regulations, a recently introduced set of rules aimed at promoting fair competition in the … Read more

Deepfakes in Hollywood: The Intricate Web of AI, Ethics, and Celebrity Likeness

The age of AI-driven deepfakes has arrived, and it’s not just confined to anonymous dark corners of the internet. A-list celebrities like Tom Hanks are finding their likenesses being used, without their permission, in deepfake videos promoting various products and services. Hanks recently discovered a video of his AI-generated twin endorsing a dental plan, a … Read more

Sony Faces Multiple Data Breaches Impacting Thousands of Employees

In a troubling sequence of events, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has become a target for hackers, with two major security breaches reported within a short span. Bleeping Computer has brought to light details surrounding these breaches, highlighting potential risks to thousands of current and former Sony employees. The MOVEit Data Breach Additional Breach from September … Read more

Microsoft’s Attempt to Place Bing on Apple Devices: An Inside Look

In a significant revelation, Bloomberg reported that executives from Microsoft and Apple convened in 2020 to explore the possibility of selling Bing to Apple. At the core of these talks was Apple’s services chief, Eddy Cue. Although the dialogue took place, it remained in the exploratory phase, suggesting that Apple, especially key personnel such as … Read more