Windows 11 Insider Preview introduces power user settings and more
One of the highlights is the newfound ability to write in any text field using Windows Ink, allowing for a more intuitive and versatile user experience.
On top of that, Windows 11 brings back the beloved "never combine labels" setting for app icons in the taskbar, reminiscent of the beloved Wind... Read more
Web-based Outlook to replace mail, calendar apps on Windows 11
In a recent announcement on the Microsoft 365 Admin Center, Microsoft revealed that its new web-based Outlook for Windows will take the reins from the Mail, Calendar, and People inbox apps on Windows 11 starting in September 2024.
The transition details are on this official support page. It shed... Read more
Mercedes to bring ChatGPT to its cars in the US
ChatGPT will soon find its home within the MBUX infotainment system. It is the latest proof that every company in the world seems to be getting on the generative AI bandwagon in some form or another.
Starting today, June 16, owners of Mercedes models featuring the MBUX system will have the optio... Read more
LinkedIn intends to develop video ads product for streaming services
LinkedIn is planning to develop a product targeted towards delivering advertising on its streaming services. The strategic move follows LinkedIn's recent introduction of AI features that assist advertisers in crafting compelling ad content, a crucial step in expanding its advertising business amids... Read more
Google produces pair of AI-powered ad placement tools
Alphabet’s Google has unveiled two groundbreaking AI-powered tools today, bolstering its online advertising capabilities. These cutting-edge tools automatically identify optimal ad placements across Google's vast digital landscape, highlighting the intersection of AI and marketing.
In a year d... Read more
Microsoft finally makes replacement Surface parts available
Microsoft is finally jumping on the right-to-repair bandwagon with its Surface offerings. The availability of replacement parts is exclusive to the Microsoft Store, but it opens the door for technical users to repair their devices. The range of available parts covers various Surface models, includi... Read more
AMD unveils latest chips at Data Center and AI Technology Premiere
AMD introduced two new additions to the acclaimed 4th Gen EPYC CPU portfolio, presenting the industry with processors tailored to meet the demands of today's data centers.
Harnessing "Zen 4c" core architecture, the AMD EPYC 97X4 CPUs were designed specifically for cloud-native environments, elev... Read more
Spotify faces €5M fine in Sweden for alleged GDPR violation
Spotify has been slapped on the wrist by Swedisch authorities for violating GPDR regulations. The long-awaited decision highlights the challenges faced by European users in protecting their data. Privacy rights organisation noyb made the accusation over four years ago, which claimed that Spotify fa... Read more
‘Arm in talks with Intel and others, prepping for IPO’
Arm is reportedly negotiating with potential investors, including Intel. The discussions are in the early stages and could dissolve before the listing. Details regarding the extent of the investments and the deal's structure still need to be clarified. Intel and Arm declined to comment on the matte... Read more
EU may demand Google to sell part of its ad-tech business
In a development that could send shockwaves through the tech industry, Alphabet's Google may face an order from European Union antitrust regulators to sell a portion of its advertising-technology business.
A source with direct knowledge of the matter revealed this information to Reuters on Monda... Read more