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YouTube Shorts grows 67% in just one year

Youtube Shorts are growing in popularity, so much so that the number of daily views has gone from 30 billion in January 2022 to 50 billion today. That means an increase of 67% in just one year. Just by itself, 50 billion views per day of YouTube Shorts, that is, these small vertical videos that

Logitech announces the G Fits: In-ear headphones for Gamers

Logitech has announced a new pair of in-ear headphones, the Logitech G Fits. This model is not intended to appeal to regular TWS users, but is aimed at gamers. Lightspeed and Bluetooth should provide gamers with good connections – in combination with PC, Mac, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and other mobile devices. But according to Logitech,

Google’s MusicLM: Text Generated Music & It’s Absurdly Good

Google’s MusicLM that uses AudioLM may have just changed the whole text to music AI landscape. Without using any diffusion, MusicLM creates extremely high (24 kHz) audio quality with consistent result that had my jaw dropped. Probably the first working and direct text to music that is accurate and fully synthesized. 2023 has started amazingly.

ChatGPT fastest-growing app in history, UBS study shows

ChatGPT, the popular chatbot from OpenAI, is estimated to have reached 100 million monthly active users in January, just two months after launch, making it the fastest-growing consumer application in history, according to a UBS study. Watch the Video below Credit Reuters

Microsoft confronts EU concerns over Activision Acquisition

The purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft is a subject that has been following us a lot in recent months. Although the deal has been approved in some countries, such as Saudi Arabia and Brazil, Microsoft faces major challenges in key markets, such as the United States and Europe and even the United Kingdom. According

Microsoft launches Teams Premium with AI functions derived from ChatGPT

As stated by the Microsoft, following the recent multi-billion dollar investment in the company, the partnership with OpenAI has entered a phase that should have commercial repercussions for its products. Well, the effects of said collaboration (which has lasted since 2019) can be glimpsed in the new Teams Premium, announced yesterday by Microsoft, in which

iOS 16.3.1 expected to arrive this February

Few months ago, Apple made the stable version of iOS 16.3 available to everyone who has a compatible iPhone. It was quickly thought that Apple would start working on iOS 16.4, and that may even be true, but before the release of that operating system we should have iOS 16.3.1. As it is being revealed,

Google works on integrating ChatGPT-style AI into the Search Engine

This is probably Google’s first major reaction to the emergence of ChatGPT. According to sources from CNBC, the search giant is internally testing a conversational Artificial Intelligence (advanced chatbot) called “Bard”. The latter could respond complexly to questions asked in natural language. Bard relies on LaMDA technology, equivalent to OpenAI’s GPT. Bard’s biggest asset would

Samsung announces the Galaxy Book3

At the Galaxy Unpacked event the South Korean company announced other products, and among them we have the new Galaxy Book3. It is their latest series of laptops that has several models, including an Ultra model that debuts and is theoretically super powerful. The Galaxy Book3 Pro inaugurates the range with a 14 or 16-inch

Samsung officially launches its new Galaxy S23 series

Samsung has officially launched its new Galaxy S23 series, consisting of the S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra. The South Korean tech giant is highlighting the smartphones’ cameras, with the S23 Ultra being equipped with a 200MP sensor for the first time in a Samsung device. The Galaxy S23 series will also feature the Snapdragon

Twitter plans to launch Twitter Pay: A New Competitor to PayPal

In case you didn’t know, before becoming a tech mogul by taking over SpaceX, Tesla and Twitter (among others), Elon Musk largely contributed to the creation of… PayPal. In 2000, Musk co-founded online banking X.com, which merged with Confinity in 2000 to form PayPal. Two years later, eBay bought PayPal for $1.5 billion. And if

Periscope Camera for iPhone Delayed: No Launch Date in Sight

Rumors have been circulating for some time about the future iPhone 15s and, in particular, about the new iPhone 15 Pro Max that could be renamed iPhone 15 Ultra, differentiating the Max model from the Pro model. This differentiation will be accentuated by the technical sheet of the two smartphones. In particular, Apple is expected

WhatsApp Set to Introduce Exciting New Features for Users

WhatsApp, the popular messaging app with around 30 million users in the UK and 2 billion worldwide, is set to undergo some major changes. The details of the changes have been revealed online, and users can expect a number of exciting new additions. The changes are usually previewed on the beta version of the app

How to use ChatGPT to build Business Ideas, Sites & Personal Projects

ChatGPT is more than just a language model for chatting with AI. It can be utilized for creating websites, businesses and solving various problems. Recently, OpenAI made ChatGPT freely accessible for anyone to use, allowing you to try it out immediately. While in the past, one had to tweak multiple parameters to get the desired

USB-C Port and Universal Charging

Last year, the European Union decided to impose the USB-C port from December 28, 2024 on many categories of electronic devices, including smartphones. This new legislation should make it possible to avoid headaches for consumers, who sometimes have to juggle between chargers and cables in order to recharge their terminals. The target is, of course,

PlayStation VR2 pre-sales far below what Sony expected

PlayStation VR2 pre-sales are not going as expected by Sony, which is forcing the company to reduce its projections for its launch. According to what is being revealed by Bloomberg, the company had planned to sell 2 million units during the quarter of its launch, but weak demand made the company cut that number in

Facebook App Drains Your Phone’s Battery: The Hidden Truth

We all know that social media applications, together with Google services, are the main culprits for excessive smartphone battery consumption. They are largely responsible for much of the energy consumption of our equipment. Recent studies, and others not so recent, have shown that Facebook and Facebook Messenger are often among the most consumed applications on

Fantastic Cheap Mac Apps!

Open source apps are the bomb, but the simple truth is that sometimes the best things in life aren’t free. In this video below is discussed Mac apps, what they do, and why you might want to download them to improve your productivity and efficiency using macOS! Credit to : Snazzy Labs

New Ad Types Appear on Google TV and Android TV

Google TV, that is, the evolution of Android TV, is present on some televisions and on some TV Boxes. Users can install various apps through the Play Store, including streaming services such as Netflix. Advertising is also present on the homepage, but now there is an evolution. When Google launched the first ads on Android

Apple scraps Plans for In-House Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Chip Production

Not long ago we revealed here that Apple was preparing a new chip that would have included Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. That chip would allow the company to stop being tied to Broadcom, the company that supplies the Wi-Fi chip and Bluetooth chip for the iPhone. However, as is being revealed, the company will have given

ASUS unveils ROG Azoth: The Ultimate Gaming Keyboard

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced the ROG Azoth, the first custom ROG 75% Wireless gaming keyboard packed with features normally found only in premium DIY keyboards. ROG Azoth has a built-in 2” OLED panel that can display keyboard status, Caps Lock status, connection mode and PC/Mac mode indicators. It can also display battery level,

Facebook and Instagram to reactivate Donald Trump’s account

Meta has announced that it will reactivate Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, thus ending his two-year suspension following the former American president’s exclusion due to the Capitol robbery. “The public must be able to hear what politicians say to be able to make informed choices”, justified Nick Clegg, responsible for international affairs at Meta,