Report: Apple is gearing up to launch a ‘flood’ of new devices this fall

According to a report from Apple, Apple is set to release a slew of new devices between this fall and early 2023. Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman. What Gurman describes as a “tidal wave” of products reportedly includes four iPhone 14 devices, a set of new iPads, three Apple Watches, several M2/M3 upgraded Macs, a pair of… Continue reading Report: Apple is gearing up to launch a ‘flood’ of new devices this fall

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Intel postpones $20 billion Ohio plant ceremony due to lack of government funding

Intel is delaying the groundbreaking ceremony for its planned chip manufacturing facilities in Ohio because the US government has not yet provided it with funding, the company confirmed to The edge (through The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal† The ceremony, originally scheduled to take place on July 22, has been postponed indefinitely in… Continue reading Intel postpones $20 billion Ohio plant ceremony due to lack of government funding

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Google Says Attackers Collaborated With ISPs To Deploy Hermit Spyware On Android And iOS

According to research published by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) (via TechCrunch† This confirms previous findings from security research group Lookout, which has linked the spyware, called Hermit, to Italian spyware vendor RCS Labs. Lookout says RCS Labs is doing the same job as NSO Group — the infamous surveillance-for-hire company behind the Pegasus spyware… Continue reading Google Says Attackers Collaborated With ISPs To Deploy Hermit Spyware On Android And iOS

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Apple Music student subscription is getting more expensive in US, UK and Canada

Apple Music has increased the subscription price of its student plan in the US, UK and Canada, as first reported by 9to5Mac (through TechCrunch† While it will increase the price from $4.99 to $5.99/month in the US and Canada, student users in the UK can expect a similar jump from £4.99 to £5.99/month. Apple hasn’t… Continue reading Apple Music student subscription is getting more expensive in US, UK and Canada

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Here’s Google’s letter saying workers can move to states with abortion rights

In the wake of Friday’s Supreme Court decision to overturn the case Roe v. WadeGoogle’s chief people officer Fiona Cicconi sent a staff-wide email to employees informing them of Google’s response to the ruling. The email highlights, among other things, that Googlers can “request a move without justification” and that people responsible for the move… Continue reading Here’s Google’s letter saying workers can move to states with abortion rights

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Snoop Dogg and Eminem’s Bored Ape music video is here to try and sell us tokens

In recent weeks, some in the “web3” space have had a lot of bad news, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at announcements in and around the recently ended NFT.NYC and ApeFest 2022 events. In particular, the annual Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) event brought together musicians such as The Roots, LCD Soundsystem, Haim,… Continue reading Snoop Dogg and Eminem’s Bored Ape music video is here to try and sell us tokens

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Netflix confirms that an ad-supported layer is really, really happening

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos has confirmed in an interview at the Cannes Lions advertising festival that the company plans to introduce an ad-supported layer to its streaming service. The Hollywood Reporter† The New York Times reported last month that the company aims to roll out the new tier by the end of 2022. “We’ve left… Continue reading Netflix confirms that an ad-supported layer is really, really happening

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Chris Pratt Says His Mario Voice Is ‘Unlike Anything You’ve Heard’

I know it’s been nine months, but I’m honestly still reeling from the announcement that Chris Pratt will voice Mario in the upcoming Mario movie. How the hell is that going to sound??? At least Pratt seems to think it’s going to be something special. “I worked very closely with the directors and tried a… Continue reading Chris Pratt Says His Mario Voice Is ‘Unlike Anything You’ve Heard’

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What classroom technologies are used in leading business schools?

Classroom technology tools are essential for students of all ages. They can provide a range of benefits to help students learn and grow in their academic careers. So, what classroom technologies are used in leading business schools? The answer to this question is complex; schools use technologies on an as-needed basis. But here are the… Continue reading What classroom technologies are used in leading business schools?

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Twitter’s caption switch is now available on iOS and Android

Twitter has announced that a button to toggle subtitles for its video player is now available to everyone on iOS and Android. The button, which appears in the top right corner of the video when captions are available, lets you choose whether you want to see written descriptions. Twitter started testing this feature in April,… Continue reading Twitter’s caption switch is now available on iOS and Android

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Bungie sues Destiny YouTuber for creating chaos with fake copyright warnings

Bungie has filed a lawsuit Destiny player who has reportedly filed dozens of false copyright notices to his name. The lawsuit, covered by TheGamePostsays California YouTube creator Nick Minor who turned a single Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice into 96 fraudulent claims against other YouTubers. The complaint alleges that in December 2021 Bungie… Continue reading Bungie sues Destiny YouTuber for creating chaos with fake copyright warnings

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