Month: March 2024

Sony Xperia 1 VI camera specs could be depressingly familiar, according to rumor

It appears that the camera specifications for the next smartphone, the Sony Xperia 1 VI, have been leaked.

WhatsApp introduces new, user-friendly bottom navigation bar for Android users

For Android users, WhatsApp, one of the most widely used messaging apps, has released a new design upgrade.

Video games can boost creativity in young – Sir Demis Hassabis

According to a recently knighted AI millionaire, parents who are frustrated by their children spending hours gaming should

ETH Zurich researchers unveil four-legged ANYmal AI robot able to complete obstacle courses

Researchers in robotics at ETH Zürich have introduced a four-legged robot called ANYmal, which uses highly-trained AI modules

China’s Taobao is collaborating with a company on reusable rocket delivery

Chinese rocket manufacturer Space Epoch said on Sunday that it is collaborating with Taobao, the online shopping platform

India protecting citizens coerced into Cambodian cyberfraud schemes

The Indian government claimed to be saving its nationals who were coerced into working in Cambodia after being

NYC’s business chatbot is providing “dangerously inaccurate” information, according to reports

An AI chatbot that the New York City government released to assist business owners in accessing relevant information

Your daily horoscope for Sunday, March 31, 2024

Even a tiny, constructive adjustment to your daily schedule can bring adventure into your life. You can energize

Toyota reveals plans for new Hilux battery electric pick-up

Possibly before the end of 2025, a battery-electric Toyota Hilux will enter mass production. Reuters news agency said

All Congress’s devices are purportedly barred from using Microsoft Copilot

According to Axios, US Congressional staff members are no longer able to use Microsoft's Copilot on their official

X is funding a lawsuit against Jack Dorsey’s Block to support the right to freedom of speech

Chloe Happe is suing her former employer Block, which was started by Jack Dorsey—the same guy who started

LinkedIn testing a TikTok-like feed for vertical video

LinkedIn is testing a new feed of TikTok-like vertical videos. Although the functionality hasn't been made public, people