• Apple CEO Tim Cook

    Tim Cook to Attend China Development Forum as US Executives Skip the Conference

    The China Development Forum is back in action after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this year, the event’s attendee list is vastly different from previous years. Notable American companies are either boycotting the conference or sending relatively minor executives, with Apple being the only exception. For years, the annual conference has been…

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  • Pegatron

    Apple Supplier Pegatron Looks to Boost iPhone Production in India

    Apple’s primary iPhone manufacturer, Pegatron, is set to increase its production in India and is reportedly in talks to lease another factory in the Chennai region. The move comes as part of the company’s efforts to expand its manufacturing footprint in the country. Pegatron has been working towards increasing its presence in India since registering…

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  • Twitter Blue

    Twitter Blue Now Available Worldwide with a Twist

    Twitter has finally launched its premium subscription service, Twitter Blue, to users worldwide. The social media giant had previously limited the subscription to approximately 50 countries but has now expanded its reach to cater to a wider audience. For $8/month in the United States, Twitter Blue offers users access to a range of new features,…

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  • Lucid CarPlay

    Luxury EV Maker Lucid Adds Wireless CarPlay and Android Auto

    Luxury electric vehicle manufacturer Lucid has finally introduced wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which are now available as standard features on its connectivity suite. The news was confirmed on Twitter via a short teaser video, and the company’s website has been updated to include details about the wireless CarPlay integration. The Glass Cockpit display…

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  • Epic Games

    Tim Sweeney Accuses Apple of Monopolistic Behavior in the Metaverse Industry

    Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has accused Apple of threatening to “crush the metaverse” or “extract all the profit from it” as both companies push forward with new augmented reality and virtual reality platforms. In an interview with GamesIndustry, Sweeney stated that Epic Games’ vision for a “unified” ecosystem must not become “another walled garden”,…

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  • Apple TV+ MLB Friday Night Baseball

    Apple TV+ and MLB Partner Again for Friday Night Baseball

    Apple has once again partnered with Major League Baseball (MLB) for the 2023 season, and the Friday Night Baseball lineup is set to air on Apple TV+ starting April 7. The weekly doubleheader will begin with a game between the Texas Rangers and Chicago Cubs. Last season, Apple made Friday Night Baseball available to all…

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  • Apple TV+

    Apple TV+’s “Slow Horses” and “Bad Sisters” Take the Lead in BAFTA Nominations

    Apple TV+ has made a strong showing in the 2023 BAFTA nominations, with “Slow Horses” and “Bad Sisters” leading the pack with five nods each. The streaming service has garnered a total of 15 nominations, nearly double the number it achieved in the 2022 BAFTA Television categories. Following its recent win at the BAFTA Film…

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  • Apple Watch

    Apple’s New Patent Reveals Integrated NFC Module for Apple Watch Bands

    Apple has been granted a patent for a new Apple Watch band with an integrated NFC module, according to reports from Patently Apple. While the technology could enable a range of features, including dynamic UI changes and app toggling, there is concern that it could be used to crack down on third-party watch bands. The…

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  • Google

    Google Rolls Out Experimental Conversational AI Service Bard

    Google is introducing Google Bard, an AI chatbot that aims to provide intelligent responses to queries. This move is in response to Microsoft’s tie-up with ChatGPT, which led to the creation of a chatbot for Bing. Google Bard was first introduced in February as an experimental conversational AI service that offers direct access to queries…

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  • OpenAI and Microsoft

    Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine and Edge Browser Bring Written and Visual Content Together

    Microsoft has taken another significant step in its plan to enhance its Bing search engine and Edge browser with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence. The tech giant has launched Bing Image Creator, which is powered by an advanced version of OpenAI’s DALL·E and is now available on iOS/Android and desktop. This new feature will…

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