Competition in the VR/XR ecosystem is heating up, and strategic hardware-software alliances could accelerate competition for Apple's premium products.
The DOE allocates $15.5 billion for EVs and domestic battery production. The plan favors traditional auto hubs, while further efforts should improve charging infrastructure.
Ultra-light, slim, and energy-efficient, Honor's Magic V2 sets new standards in foldables and aims to ignite interest globally while challenging established brands.
Many of the sector’s young companies face major sustainability hurdles. But declining site visit data doesn’t tell the whole story.
Toyota halted all Japan factory operations due to a computer glitch, disrupting a third of its global output. The issue isn't cyber-related but follows past tech troubles such as data leaks and cyberattacks.
By 2026, 90% of online content could be AI-generated. A premium on human-crafted content could follow as regulators race to establish standards for responsible AI use.
Alibaba's two AI models rely on open-source technology for image understanding and complex interactions, reflecting a strategic move toward wider adoption.
Giving Ubisoft the rights to distribute games in the EU could appease UK regulators’ concerns, clearing the final stage in gaming’s biggest acquisition.
On today's episode, we discuss whether it's too early to talk about Gen Alpha, delivering things without the box, what's happening on TikTok Live, fast fashion looking to repairs, what websites will look like in the future, the most popular theme parks in the world, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our vice president of content Suzy Davidkhanian, analyst Blake Droesch, and forecasting director Oscar Orozco.
On today's episode, we discuss the ways in which firms are prepared—and unprepared—for AI, what happens when companies have finished test-driving generative AI, and what to make of Meta giving away its AI model. "In Other News," we talk about when we can expect to see GPT-5 and how Apple’s lip-reading technology could be a step toward artificial general intelligence. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Jacob Bourne and Gadjo Sevilla.
Strategic upskilling is essential as AI usage increases the likelihood of job disruption and transformation. Investing in employees has never been more important.
Data center industry growth is on the horizon as AI adoption rises, with cloud giants like AWS leading the shift from the “Cloud Era” to the “AI Era.”
Study reveals Midjourney’s AI can be manipulated to produce racist and conspiratorial images. As 2024 elections approach, AI misuse raises serious concerns.
VC and private equity can’t invest in Chinese tech with military inclinations. China is considering countermeasures, which could disrupt tech supply chains.
Key stat: Generative AI adoption will climb to 77.8 million users in the two years following the November 2022 release of ChatGPT, more than doubling the adoption rate of both tablets and smartphones, according to our forecast.
Meta rehires laid-off workers: Big Tech competition and economic improvement mean the company needs the employees it cut, calling into question the “year of efficiency” strategy.
From home office to Google hotel room: Convincing employees that hotel sleepovers are better than remote work will be tough. Offering affordable housing and flexibility are a better strategy.
A $5B lawsuit over Chrome’s ‘Incognito mode’ privacy moves closer to trial. Plaintiffs argue Google misused data, but Google stands firm on its transparency.
Instagram’s Threads updates after dwindling usage, X delays payouts amid other debts, and TikTok modifies its EU algorithm due to the Digital Services Act.
Microsoft’s Azure is under fire for lax security and unpatched vulnerabilities. Rising criticism stresses the need for improved security or face business loss and trust erosion.
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