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Spotify is cracking down on white noise podcasters as they will no longer be eligible for its Ambassador Ads program where it used to pay creators for talking about its podcasting platform.
TSMC, the world's leading foundry, is planning to charge up to 30% more for chips made in the U.S. than those made in Taiwan due to higher building costs of fabrications outside of Taiwan.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to launch a private version of ChatGPT that will run on dedicated Azure servers intended to keep data from customers safe, secure, and isolated from others.
Box is partnering up with OpenAI to bring generative AI capabilities into its products. Users can ask Box AI to summarize or answer questions about their documents or other data over the cloud.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, in an interview with Bloomberg, said that the company is no longer planning to hire jobs that can be automated using artificial intelligence tools, impacting around 7,800 jobs.
The Business Software Alliance (BSA), which represents companies like Microsoft, Adobe, IBM, and Oracle, is urging Congress to establish guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence.
Samsung and Xbox have launched dedicated gaming zones in London and New York City offering visitors a chance to play their favorite Xbox games on Samsung screens, via the "Samsung Gaming Hub".
The U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has imposed a $300 million penalty against Seagate for shipping $1.1 billion worth of hard disk drives to Huawei against the export rules set in 2019.
Sega Sammy, the Japanese video game company, has announced its acquisition of Rovio Entertainment, the creator of the popular mobile game, Angry Birds, in a €706 million takeover deal.
Apple will open its first retail store at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai while its second store will open a few days later in Saket, Delhi. Tim Cook will inaugurate the stores during his visit.
TSMC has reassured with a commitment to its expansion and investment plans in Taiwan despite reports of a slowdown in expansion in the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung set to manufacture 28nm chips.
China's cyberspace regulator is going to review Micron's products amid tensions between the U.S. and China over the semiconductor industry. The move is meant to safeguard China's national security.
TikTok has refreshed its community guidelines and added a few new sections in an attempt to better address the concerns with AI-generated content, age restrictions and misinformation.
China is changing its strategy to support its semiconductor industry by providing easier access to subsidies to some companies. This comes amidst tight U.S. controls over chip-making equipment.
Meta is developing a decentralised text-based social media platform that will run on the same protocol as that of Twitter rival Mastodon and aims to create a more transparent and secure social media.
Apple and Foxconn have successfully lobbied for new labour laws in the Indian state of Karnataka, allowing for two-shift production in the region, amid India's plans to become a manufacturing hub.
The second Developer Preview of Android 14 is here that includes several enhancements to privacy and security, such as selected photos access, credential manager, safer implicit intents, and more.
Starting with Chrome version 111, the Chrome Cleanup Tool will be turned off for Windows users due to a decline in user complaints about unwanted software and improved defenses against malware.
Foxconn has reported that its revenue fell by 11.65% compared to the same period last year due to low demand of electronic products worldwide, and also due to manufacturing disruptions in China.
Foxconn is investing a massive $700 million to develop a new factory in India's Bengaluru that will manufacture Apple products like the iPhone. This comes amid companies moving capacity out of China.
China is planning to invest $1.9 billion in its biggest maker of memory chips, Yangtze Memory Technologies Co., to renew the influx of capital into the industry that affected by US sanctions.
After shutting down its operations in Singapore in late 2021 due to lack of compliance in crypto regulations, Binance is again opening its doors and reviving its crypto permit bid in Singapore.
Microsoft has announced new partnerships and initiatives for expanding high-speed internet access to 20 million people in Africa and provide training for digital skills to the youth and women.
AWS is building a new Infrastructure Region in Malaysia with an investment of $6 billion that will include three Availability Zones. These will be connected with high-bandwidth, low-latency network.
Apple VP of Worldwide Marketing Bob Borchers recently revealed in an interview that an Apple-silicon powered Mac Pro will be launched soon, which will complete Apple's transition from Intel chips.
Google is rolling out support for client-side encryption generally for some Workspace plans. The feature was initially tested as part of beta in December last year and is now officially out.
Twitter's homepage is currently displaying a feed that appears to be targeted towards first-time users and is giving them suggestion to follow other accounts on the platform.
Meta has revealed its AR products roadmap for the next four years, during which the company will finally launch the much-awaited AR glasses that could potentially be the successor of smartphones.
Foxlink India plant is working hard to resume manufacturing of Apple charging cables after a major fire at its plant in Andhra Pradesh gutted four out of 10 assembly lines. Investigation is underway.
Nishad Singh, former FTX exec and part of the "inner circle" has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the SBF probe. Singh was involved in code writing, political donations, and fund transfers.
The United States Marshals Services has suffered a major security breach that compromised the department's sensitive law enforcement information followed by a ransomware attack.
Google has announced some new features that will be coming to Android and Wear OS. The update will bring improved productivity, connectivity, accessibility and fun across your Android devices.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urges India to adopt the "friendshoring" strategy for diversified supply chains and enhance US-India tech ties, to handle tech supply chain more efficiently.
OpenAI is acknowledging the challenges and risks associated with AGI and is proposing appropriate principles for its future development so that the rest of the humanity can actually catch up.
Ericsson has sent out an internal memo announcing it'll lay off 8,500 employees worldwide. The move is part of the company's cost-cutting strategy due to slow demand for telecom equipment.
A study by Comparitech has revealed that nearly 25% of children's apps on the Play Store collect data without proper policies and violate the UK's ICO code meant to protect children's privacy.
Samsung is partnering up with Ambarella, an AI semiconductor company, that will utilize Samsung's 5nm process chip technology for its latest AI based central domain controller chip.
OpenAI is working on improving the behavior of ChatGPT's current language model to reduce biases and even allow its users to customize its behavior, while also seeking even more public input.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says that Amazon has been working on generative AI models for a long time, while investors are concerned if Amazon is left behind already by Microsoft and Google.