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Tiny11: The Lightweight Option for Windows 11 Users

Windows 11 still struggles to convince users: for many of them already on Windows 10, the technical sheet imposed by the operating system remains inaccessible. And the changes brought about by this operating system, even though it is free, are not enough to motivate a hardware renewal. Because remember that Windows 11 requires users to

Grammy Awards 2023: Complete Winners List Announced

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards took place on February 6, 2023 at the Arena and saw music superstars, including Beyoncé, Adele, Lizzo, Harry Styles, and Kendrick Lamar, take home several awards. The event was kicked off with a dynamic performance by Bad Bunny and featured many other musical acts, including Taylor Swift, Sam Smith,

Mexico Bans Shark-Related Tourism at Guadalupe Island

The Mexican government has banned all shark-related tourism activities at Guadalupe Island, which is located off the coast of Baja California. This popular Pacific Ocean destination has been a popular hotspot for great white sharks and was known for activities such as cage diving, sport fishing, and shark watching from pleasure boats. The decision was

Twitter Blue: A Major Disappointment

Twitter is losing money at the speed of the sinking of the Titanic. Elon Musk will have, however, done everything to put the ship back afloat, from the massive dismissal of 2/3 of the company’s staff, and to the launch of Twitter Blue, a subscription formula that entitles you to a blue ball of ”

Microsoft holds conference to talk about Bing with ChatGPT

Microsoft will hold a conference today where it should present the integration of ChatGPT with its search engine, Bing. The event will start when it is 18:00 in Portugal. The invitation says company boss Satya Nadella will “share progress on some exciting projects”, hinting at a series of big announcements. This invitation comes just days

Train Derailment and Fire in East Palestine – Cause Revealed

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) held a press conference on Sunday to share their findings on the cause of the train derailment and fire in East Palestine. According to NTSB member Michael Graham, two videos have been obtained that show preliminary indications of mechanical issues on one of the railcar axles.  In this case,

Catastrophic Earthquake leaves trail of destruction in Turkey and Syria

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the region near Turkey and Syria on February 6, 2023, leaving behind a trail of destruction and devastation. The earthquake was one of the strongest in the region in a century, affecting residents in Lebanon and Israel, as well as the affected areas. In Turkey, over 1,651 people have died

Microsoft’s Drive to Emerge as a Premier AI Powerhouse

Microsoft, a technology giant known for its Windows operating system and Office suite, is making a push to become a leader in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). In recent years, the company has invested heavily in AI research and development, acquiring several startups and hiring top AI talent to build its capabilities. The goal

Bring Your Conversations to Life with Avatars on WhatsApp for iPhone

WhatsApp developers have recently released the new update for version 23.2.75 of their application for the iPhone operating system, iOS. With this update, Apple smartphone users will be able to create their own Avatar. The new WhatsApp update arrives via the App Store and, as mentioned, comes with version 23.2.75, offering all users the possibility

Artificial Intelligence: Google schedules conference for next Wednesday

Google chose the next Wednesday, February 8th, to hold a conference that will deal with research and artificial intelligence. The event will be held in Paris and according to Google itself will last 40 minutes. “Hear how we are reinventing the way people search, explore and interact with information, making it more natural and intuitive

iPhone Ultra may launch in 2024

Currently, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is Apple’s top-of-the-range smartphone. According to sources, the technology giant is considering launching an even more sophisticated smartphone, which can be called “iPhone Ultra”. As revealed by our well-known Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Apple has internally discussed the iPhone Ultra, which it plans to launch in 2024. While he

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, which merged with Confinity in 2000 to form PayPal. Two years later, eBay bought PayPal for $1.5 billion. And if