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Microsoft CorePC: A Modular and Customizable Version of Windows with AI

Microsoft CorePC
Microsoft is gearing up for another attempt to modernize its Windows platform with a new project called CorePC. The project is focused on creating a modular...

Microsoft Confirms Plans to Monetize Bing Chat with Ads

Monetize Bing Chat with Ads
Microsoft's Bing Chat has been troubled by high computational expenses, and the company is thought to be desperate for a way to monetize the...

The technology behind bingo slots

technology behind bingo slots
Bingo slots are an increasingly popular game, but how do they actually work? The technology behind the game is surprisingly interesting. It used to be...

Disney Scraps Metaverse Plans as Part of Divisional Layoffs

Disney Scraps Metaverse Plans
Disney had planned to enter the so-called Metaverse for its next-generation storytelling and consumer experience, but The Wall Street Journal reported that the plan was scrapped...

Apple Launches Apple Pay Later Service in the US

Apple Pay Later
Apple has announced a new post-payment feature called ApplePay Later. The service allows Apple Pay purchases to be split into four instalments over six weeks and...

NVIDIA Announces AutoDMP, a New AI-Accelerated Tool for Chip Design

NVIDIA has introduced AutoDMP (Automated DREAMPlace-based Macro Placement), a new tool that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize chip design. AutoDMP uses AI to automate putting...

Apple Quietly Acquires WaveOne, a Startup Developing AI-powered Video Compression Algorithms

Apple news and stories and more
TechCrunch has recently reported that Apple has quietly acquired WaveOne, a Mountain View-based startup that developed AI-powered video compression algorithms. WaveOne's website was shut down around...

Why you should invest in workflow automation and what to expect

workflow automation
Are you tired of drowning in a sea of paperwork, tedious data entry, and repetitive tasks that zap your productivity? Well, it's probably a...