Video Hasn’t Killed The Pinball Star – DTNS 4533

Bloomberg’s sources say Amazon is in talks with Verizon, T-Mobile, and Dish about offering discounted cell service at around $10 a month, or possibly even free service to Prime subscribers. Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) reports that between 10% and 15% of new iPhone buyers in the US come from Android. Is this a problemContinue reading “Video Hasn’t Killed The Pinball Star – DTNS 4533”

There’s No Moore’s Law for Autonomous Cars – DTNS 4532

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on Instagram that a Quest 3 VR headset will come out this autumn. A 128 GB version will cost $499.99. BeReal is testing a chat feature available to users in Ireland called RealChat. It lets users send messages, images, and reactions to friends in private whenever they want. Timothy B.Continue reading “There’s No Moore’s Law for Autonomous Cars – DTNS 4532”

Cooking Up Language Learning – DTNS 4531

Twitter plans on expanding its Community Notes feature where volunteer contributors can add context to posts in order to combat misinformation. If the notes are voted as helpful, they show up for all Twitter users. Language learning app Memrise is launching a Discord integration for its Membot and website. At Computex, Nvidia showed off theContinue reading “Cooking Up Language Learning – DTNS 4531”

Teacher, What Do You Meme? – DTNS 4530

We check out the latest announcements from the COMPUTEX trade show in Taipei, Taiwan including Nvidia’s trillion dollar valuation. TechCrunch’s Amanda Silberling highlighted a new edtech startup called Antimatter that’s trying to turn this on its head by turning memes into learning tools. And could AI herald the extinction of the human race? Some AIContinue reading “Teacher, What Do You Meme? – DTNS 4530”

Keeping the “Human” in HR – DTNS 4528

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, issued new guidance on a company’s responsibility to ensure algorithmically driven HR tools don’t deliver results that violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. We explain what it all means and its impact. EC for the internal market, Thierry Breton, said it will work with Alphabet to develop voluntaryContinue reading “Keeping the “Human” in HR – DTNS 4528″

Dial Up Still Exists – DTNS 4527

We pour over Sony PlayStation’s pre-summer announcements, checkout all the new features in Microsoft’s PowerToy release including running up to four PCs with just a single keyboard and mouse, and we go over the latest news tidbits from Microsoft’s Build event. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download UsingContinue reading “Dial Up Still Exists – DTNS 4527”

Microsoft Builds a Copilot – DTNS 4526

Microsoft’s annual Build conference starts today and the Redmond company has announced a number of AI chatbot integrations with Windows and Bing. Plus Waymo announced a multi-year partnership with Uber. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Chris Ashley, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Download the (VIDEO VERSION), here. FollowContinue reading “Microsoft Builds a Copilot – DTNS 4526”

The Standard Contract is Not Enough – DTNS 4525

The EU fines Meta a record €1.2B for sending European user data to the US in violation of GDPR. What now for Meta? The Cyberspace Administration of China has warned critical infrastructure operators against buying components from the memory chip maker Micron, citing “relatively serious” cybersecurity risks in its products. And Instagram is planning onContinue reading “The Standard Contract is Not Enough – DTNS 4525”