Microsoft is now offering Azure Government customers secure access to generative AI APIs. This lets governments leverage GPT-4 and GPT-3 in a way that meets stringent security requirements.
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Kremlin's concerns about US technology continue. Russia alleges the NSA used Apple iPhone vulnerabilities to spy on officials and civilians. And officials in Russia urged to stop using iPhones.
The PC market in the United States has bottomed out, according to Canalys. The analyst company said that it expects to see some sort of recovery take place in the fourth quarter of this year.
Microsoft has put out a warning about Chinese state-sponsored actors, Volt Typhoon. It is apparently targeting US infrastructure with the objective of disrupting communications with Asia.
The US DoJ's National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team says it's going after companies that offer mixing and tumbling services to help criminals launder their money. It hopes to clean up the sector.
A study commissioned by Meta has found that the metaverse could contribute up to $760 billion, or 2.4% of the US GDP by 2035, covering sectors such as augmented and virtual reality technologies.
Uber Eats customers can now track the status of their delivery on Amazon Echo devices. Statuses include that the food is being prepared, is out for delivery, or has arrived. It's US-only right now.
The US has decided to keep its July 1 deadline for airlines to fit special sensors that prevent disruption to altimeters. Without the sensors, planes could be diverted from low-visibility landings.
Samsung News has begun rolling out to users in the United States. It aims to give users a more balanced view of the news by bringing in articles from a range of diverse sources, on the left and right.
After announcing that it will not be participating in the popular gaming event E3, Nintendo has introduced its very own in-person event for US residents that is scheduled to September this year.
Samsung has unveiled the S95C and S90C series TVs. Prices start at $1,899 for the cheaper S90C line-up. The Korean company said that the TVs begin their U.S. rollout starting today.
With the iPhone 14 yellow ready for sale, Apple has introduced a "Shop with a Specialist" facility that guides customers about trade offers and helps them buy products that suit their needs.
Samsung has made the Odyssey Neo G7 available for purchase in the United States. The monitor will set you back $999.99 but delivers a great picture for all your TV-watching and gaming needs.
Robocalls in the United States fell in February but only because the month had fewer days compared to January. Daily averages were actually higher in February than they were in January.
US senators have shared their concerns about opening access of young adults to Meta's virtual reality space Horizon Worlds, which puts them at risk of potential harm and privacy issues.
The Biden administration has said that companies receiving funds from the CHIPS subsidy will be required to pay the government if they do exceedingly well and accrue "excess profits".
TikTok has launched its Creativity Program Beta as a monetization tool for content creators on the platform and aims to foster their creativity and provide ways to earn higher revenues.
In a new measure, the US government has reportedly begun blocking approvals of licenses to export to the Chinese tech giant Huawei, which covers most items and businesses within the US.
TikTok CEO, Shou Zi Chew, has been called by the House Energy and Commerce Committee in March to testify over the company's relation with the Chinese Communist Party, data security privacy, and more.
Those in the United States can finally grab the opportunity to own a Nothing Phone (1) through Nothing's Beta Membership program. Members will get the handset as well as a non-fungible token.
It will now be easier for Apple Maps users on iPhone and Mac to reserve a parking spot, as Apple has recently integrated parking reservation company SpotHero's services into the app.
Ring has announced its Car Cam, a $200 (soon to be $250) device with interior and exterior facing cameras. It has advanced features to detect break-ins, after which, it starts recording.
Huawei has cracked the EUV chip process according to patent filings made by the company in November. Huawei Chairman Eric Xu also declared that the company is now out of crisis mode.
U.S. lawmakers have introduced a bill that would impose more sanctions on Huawei and other Chinese 5G companies from accessing US banks in an attempt to reduce potential security risks.
Dutch officials are reportedly planning to implement new controls on exports of chipmaking equipment to China. This aligns Dutch trade rules with U.S. efforts to restrict China's access to chip tech.
The analyst firm, Canalys, has said U.S. PC shipments fell by 12.1% in the third quarter compared to the same period the year before. It said business demand had been falling during the period.
Samsung is apparently not going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series during the CES 2023 event, according to a new report. Instead, it could be landing around a month later at Unpacked.
Apple's iPhone 14 line-up can now use Emergency SOS via Satellite in the U.S. and Canada. The company said that it will launch the feature in France, Germany, Ireland, and the UK next month.
Along with new features and enhancements to its education apps, Apple has launched the second cohort of Learning Coach across the US. The program is accepting applications until November 16, 2022.
Twitter has expanded Birdwatch to everyone in the United States. The feature allows users to essentially fact-check individual tweets. Users who want to contribute must earn the right.
We have a busy schedule in rocket launches ahead. Due to Hurricane Ian, a couple of launches were pushed into this week. On Wednesday, SpaceX will fly four astronauts from three countries to the ISS.
Oracle is laying off staff in the United States. It's also planning to cut jobs in Canada, India, and Europe as it struggles to deal with a worse economy. Employees in SF Bay Area were affected.
Following the ban on 10nm-class chips, the U.S. Administration mulls prohibiting China's largest contract chip manufacturer, SMIC, from importing fabrication equipment for making 14nm-class chips.
The U.S. government has banned employees from participating in public matters related to cryptocurrencies, such as the formulation of laws, if they have invested in cryptocurrencies and stablecoins.
The FBI and MI5 have issued a joint statement, sternly calling out China for its interference in other countries through digital means. They have also asked western tech companies to stay vigilant.
Microsoft and the CWA have reached an agreement on unionisation at Activision Blizzard once the acquisition of the firm is complete. The two will also work together in other areas.
After analyzing the search results of every state in the U.S. from the past year, new research shows us which console is the most popular. Can you guess which one is your state's favorite?
Microsoft has said that it's open to employees unionising and plans to work openly with these organisations. It comes as many workers in the United States unionise to get better labour conditions.
Twitter has been fined $150 million by the FTC for not telling users that their e-mail addresses and phone numbers would be used for targeting relevant ads. The FTC has given Twitter other rules too.