AI Milestones, Apple’s Legal Battles, and Gaming Industry Developments`: Weekly Tech Roundup

Welcome to this week’s installment of our Weekly Tech Roundup! In the realm of artificial intelligence, tech giants such as Google, OpenAI, and Apple are making significant strides. Google’s Gemini 1.5 Pro promises enhanced performance, while OpenAI introduces Sora, a text-to-video generative model, and Apple unveils Keyframer, an innovative animation creation tool. As these advancements unfold, concerns about responsible deployment and potential misuse arise. In Apple-related news, recent rulings and calls for scrutiny underscore ongoing challenges, while the gaming industry sees hints at a possible Microsoft handheld console and delays in the release of the Nintendo Switch 2. Delve into … Continue reading AI Milestones, Apple’s Legal Battles, and Gaming Industry Developments`: Weekly Tech Roundup

Apple’s AR Breakthrough at WWDC, SpaceX’s Lunar Mission Setback, and Summer Game Fest Excitement: Weekly Tech Roundup

This week, Apple revealed game-changing tech at WWDC: the Vision Pro AR headset and the powerful Mac Pro. However, legal turmoil emerged as Wilson Aerospace sued Boeing over alleged intellectual property theft. On a brighter note, Summer Game Fest captivated gamers with thrilling announcements, the “Interesting Thing of the Week” and other noteworthy news in our “Other News” section.

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WWDC 2023: Apple’s Transition to Apple Silicon Completed with Mac Pro

Apple made several exciting hardware announcements at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), marking significant milestones in their transition to Apple Silicon. The highlight was the introduction of the powerful Mac Pro, powered by the M2 Ultra chip, solidifying Apple’s … Continue reading WWDC 2023: Apple’s Transition to Apple Silicon Completed with Mac Pro

Apple Unveils Annual OS Refreshes at WWDC

During Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), they announced the yearly refreshes of their operating systems, including iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. These updates aim to bring new features and improvements to enhance user experiences across Apple devices. iOS Apple’s showcase for iOS included notable enhancements for communication and personal expression. The introduction of Journal, a dedicated app, empowers users to document and reflect on their daily experiences with a user-friendly interface and tailored features. NearDrop facilitates the exchange of virtual business cards between nearby Apple devices, fostering networking and collaboration. The Messages app received noteworthy improvements, such as in-conversation … Continue reading Apple Unveils Annual OS Refreshes at WWDC

Computex Unveilings, New Razr 2023 Foldable, Meta Quest 3 Teased, Amazon’s Wireless Service, and More: Weekly Tech Roundup

This week, Computex featured the latest innovations, while the Motorola Razr event unveiled a new foldable smartphone. Exciting news came with the announcement of Meta Quest 3, promising immersive VR experiences. Microsoft made headlines by discontinuing Cortana on Windows, and Amazon explored the possibility of a low-cost mobile service. Looking ahead, Apple is gearing up for the upcoming WWDC. Don’t miss the “Interesting Thing of the Week” and other noteworthy news in our “Other News” section. Computex Corsair unveiled the iCUE Link at Computex, an innovative single-cable system that simplifies component connections in gaming rigs. Integrated microcontrollers enable bi-directional communication … Continue reading Computex Unveilings, New Razr 2023 Foldable, Meta Quest 3 Teased, Amazon’s Wireless Service, and More: Weekly Tech Roundup

Weekly Tech Roundup: Microsoft’s Latest Updates, Right-to-Repair Law, PlayStation Showcase, and More

This week Microsoft held their annual Build developers conference, Minnesota Governor signs right-to-repair law, and Sony held a PlayStation Showcase event. Also, Apple signs a deal with Broadcom for 5G tech, Google has been found to be infringing Sonos patents,. Continue reading Weekly Tech Roundup: Microsoft’s Latest Updates, Right-to-Repair Law, PlayStation Showcase, and More

NASA Selects Blue Origin as Second HLS Contractor, Google’s Inactive Account Policies Update, Apple Introduces New Accessibility Features: Weekly Tech Roundup

Welcome to this week’s news roundup, where we bring you the latest updates on the Activision acquisition, Amazon’s hardware event, advancements in space exploration, changes in Google’s inactive account policies, and Apple’s new accessibility features. These stories highlight the dynamic landscape of technology and its impact on various industries. Don’t forget to check out our “Interesting Thing of the Week” and other noteworthy news in our “Other News” section. ^587913 Activision Acquisition Update This week marked a significant milestone for Microsoft as it received approval from two more key authorities for its acquisition of Activision. The first among them was … Continue reading NASA Selects Blue Origin as Second HLS Contractor, Google’s Inactive Account Policies Update, Apple Introduces New Accessibility Features: Weekly Tech Roundup