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Google shames Apple into making messaging between iPhones and Androids better

For many years, Apple has resisted pressure to make the texting experience between its devices and Android devices easier. That.

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Microsoft’s new Windows App can be accessed on PCs, iPads, Macs, and iPhones

Microsoft has rolled out a Windows App for macOS, iPadOS, iOS, Windows, and web browsers. The app replaces the previous.

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OpenAI offering $10M pay packages to lure Google AI researchers

OpenAI is facing against Google in the race towards more advanced artificial intelligence initiatives and projects. It has made aggressive.

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Humane finally debuts its AI-wearable smart Pin

The company touts the $699 AI Pin as a new way for users to interact with their devices. The Pin,.

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WhatsApp may see ads on the Channels and Status spaces soon

Will Cathcart, WhatsApp’s head, has confirmed that the platform is working on showing ads to its users. Cathcart said this.

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A Meta whistleblower’s testimony could deliver a US online safety bill

A former engineering director at Facebook spoke to a Senate Judiciary subcommittee about how he was ignored when he raised.

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WeWork may be considering Chapter 11 bankruptcy following financial woes

Somehow, through all the scandals and questionable business practices that saw WeWork’s valuation plummet extremely hard, the company has continued.

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YouTube is not pulling punches on adblockers anymore

YouTube is expanding its push to kill ad blockers. The platform launched a global effort to encourage users to allow.

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Elon Musk says misinformation posters on X ‘ineligible for revenue share’

The billionaire said on Sunday that X posts corrected by Community Notes, the platform’s crowd-sourced fact-checking system, will become ineligible.

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