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Twitter seems to be working on end-to-end encryption for DMs again

Things aren't exactly going smoothly at Twitter under Elon Musk's chaotic stewardship, to put it mildly. But although reports suggest that engineers have been prohibited from deploying non-critical features and products, the company is working on a few updates. One of those is an attempt to salvage the Twitter Blue "verification" catastrophe. Another project that

Notion’s latest feature is an AI that can write blog posts, to-do lists and more

Notion, the company behind the popular note-taking app of the same name, has started testing a new feature called Notion AI that uses a generative AI to write notes and other content. The Verge got a chance to use the software before today’s announcement. The interface is straightforward. You first select the type of writing you

Evernote, once the king of note-taking apps, has been bought by Bending Spoons

It looks like Evernote's 2020 redesign wasn't enough to keep it independent. Today, the former darling notetaking app for productivity hounds, which was once valued at 1 billion dollars, announced that it has been purchased by Bending Spoons. If that name sounds unfamiliar to you, you're not alone. It's a Milan-based developer behind mobile apps

Amazon’s hardware chief confirms layoffs have started

The head of Amazon’s hardware division has confirmed that the tech giant is cutting jobs. Dave Limp, who leads the company’s Devices & Services organization, told his team that Amazon would “consolidate some teams and programs” and that “some roles will no longer be required.” “It pains me to have to deliver this news as

Team working on controversial Post Office Horizon EPOSS software was the ‘joke of the building’

Former members of the ICL team developing software for the Post Office Horizon EPOSS system were unqualified and engaged in poor software development practices, public inquiry told By Karl Flinders, Chief reporter and senior editor EMEA Published: 16 Nov 2022 14:21 The ICL team working on the Post Office Horizon IT system lacked experienced developers

Tesla Semi truck stops would consume the electricity of small town USA as launch event scheduled for December 1

The US grid is not ready for highway electric truck stops (image: Tesla)A utility company has run the numbers and warns that the US grid can't provide the charging power for all the upcoming electric trucks like the Tesla Semi that will be released on December 1. The electrification of a typical gas station would

Intel Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake leak suggests the 14th gen CPUs focus on better efficiency while the 15th gen chips could bring an...

Intel Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake are expected to launch in 2023 and 2024 respectively. (Source: Intel)According to the latest report from Moore’s Law Is Dead, the company is preparing the 14th gen Meteor Lake to improve upon the performance of the Raptor Lake CPUs while also being more power efficient. Furthermore, the 15th gen

Apple Emergency SOS via Satellite goes live in the US and Canada

Emergency SOS via Satellite is live. (Source: Apple)Apple has announced that the Emergency SOS via satellite feature exclusive to iPhones of the latest 14 series is now available - albeit in North America only. The Cupertino giant asserts that it should prove a new last resort should its customers be out of range of cell

Vivo X90 smiles for the camera in leaked hands-on images; Vivo X90 Pro+ colourways shown off via renders

New images of the Vivo X90 and Vivo X90 Pro+ have emerged online (image via 91mobiles)New hands-on images and renders of the Vivo X90 and Vivo X90 Pro+ have shown up online. They confirm a uniform design language on both devices, complete with a circular camera module and Leica branding. Both phones will be launched

Axon 30 flash sale hypes ZTE’s 2022 Black Friday event – NotebookCheck.net News

ZTE announces a 2022 flash sale. (Source: ZTE)ZTE has announced that its 2021 flagship Android smartphone, the Axon 30, will be offered at 50% off its normal price (or at ~US$250) during an upcoming flash sale. The limited-time, limited-stock event will take place on the OEM's webstore, and is intended to whet the appetite for
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‘Night Owls’ May Have a Higher Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease Than ‘Early Birds’

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt next-gen remake supports DLSS, FSR, cross-platform saves and adds a new Ultra+ mode for PC players

CD Projekt Red has revealed more information about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's next-gen remake (image via CD Projekt Red)CD Projekt Red detailed some new of the new features included in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt next-gen remake. There are plenty of PC and console specific changes such as global illumination, real-time raytracing and a

Samsung Galaxy A34 renders and dimensions leak online – NotebookCheck.net News

The Galaxy A34 appears to have thinner display bezels than its predecessors. (Image source: @OnLeaks & Giznext)High-resolution renders of the Samsung Galaxy A34 have surfaced, courtesy of @OnLeaks & Giznext. Arriving months ahead of the device’s presumed release window, the Galaxy A34 sports a few changes from the Galaxy A33 5G, including fewer rear-facing cameras.

Luminous Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra display could have a peak brightness of 2,200 nits

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is rumoured to feature an incredibly bright display (image via Smartprix)A new leak sheds some light on the Galaxy S23 Ultra's display specs. It will supposedly have a peak brightness of 2,200 nits, a touch sampling rate of 960 Hz and could be 45% more power efficient than the Galaxy