• Microsoft Copilot

    Microsoft Unveils Security Copilot app with OpenAI’s GPT-4 for Next-Gen Security

    Microsoft has announced its latest integration of OpenAI’s GPT-4 into its services and software with the launch of the Security Copilot app. The tech giant believes that leveraging GPT-4’s AI will usher in a “new era of security” by helping information security (infosec) professionals save time, simplify the complex, catch what others miss, and address…

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  • Microsoft Teams 2

    Microsoft Teams 2 Launches with Focus on Speed and Simplicity

    Microsoft has announced the launch of its early access program for Microsoft Teams 2, the latest update to its collaboration tool that aims to compete with the likes of Slack. The company said that Teams 2 has been “reimagined” based on user feedback, with speed and simplicity as the two primary priorities. Microsoft Teams 2…

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  • Xcode

    Apple Announces New Xcode 14.1 Requirement for App Store Submissions

    Apple has recently announced new requirements for developers who wish to submit their apps to the App Store. Starting next month, Apple will require that every app must be built with Xcode 14.1 or later to ensure compatibility with iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and macOS Ventura. Xcode is the tool used…

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  • HomePod mini

    HomePod and HomePod mini Now Available for Pre-Order in Singapore

    Apple’s popular smart speakers, the HomePod and HomePod mini, are finally making their way to Singapore. The tech giant announced that starting Thursday, March 30th, customers in Singapore will be able to order the second-generation HomePod and the HomePod mini. The devices are expected to be available in-store starting April 6th. The second-generation HomePod will…

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  • Twitter Blue

    Twitter Introduces New Changes to Encourage Users to Pay for Twitter Blue

    Twitter, the popular social media platform, has been heavily promoting its subscription service, Twitter Blue, which offers users access to exclusive features and a verified blue badge. In a bid to persuade more users to sign up for the service, Twitter has announced that it will no longer recommend tweets from unverified accounts, and non-Blue…

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  • Emergency SOS via Satellite

    Apple Rolls Out Emergency SOS via Satellite Feature to Six European Countries

    Apple’s Emergency SOS via satellite feature has been rolled out to several European countries, including Austria, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Portugal. The announcement was made via a press release on Apple’s website, where the company revealed that users will need an iPhone 14 running iOS 16.4 to access the feature. The Emergency SOS…

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  • iPhone 14 eSIM

    Apple Plans to Ditch Physical SIM Cards for iPhone 15 in France

    Apple is reportedly planning to launch its iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models without a SIM card tray in France later this year, according to the French website MacGeneration. This would mean that these devices would only work with eSIMs for cellular connectivity. While this move is new for France, Apple has already removed…

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  • Apple Pencil Hover

    Apple Pencil Hover Function Receives Exciting New Update in iPadOS 16.4

    Apple has released the latest version of iPadOS, and it includes some exciting updates for artists and creators. iPadOS 16.4 introduces new functionality to the Apple Pencil hover function, adding tilt and azimuth support. This updated hover feature is designed to make the iPad even more useful for drawing, allowing artists to view a mark…

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  • Spatial Audio

    Sonos Updates app with Support for Apple Music Spatial Audio Playback

    Sonos has just rolled out an update to its iPhone and iPad app, introducing support for Apple Music spatial audio playback on compatible Sonos speakers and sound bars. The move means that music lovers can now enjoy a 360-degree listening experience that simulates surround sound. The new update to the Sonos app brings support for…

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  • Apple Pay Later

    Apple Pay Later Launches in the US, Offering Interest-Free Installment Payments

    Apple has finally launched its Apple Pay Later service in the US, a payment system that allows users to pay for their purchases in four interest-free installments. The service was originally announced in mid-2022 but faced multiple delays. Now, Apple has announced that it is introducing the service in a limited way, with select users…

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