Elon Musk considers charging all X users monthly fee

Elon Musk has suggested charging all users of his social media platform X, which would be the biggest shake-up since he took over the site then known as Twitter last October, but experts say he might struggle to get users on board. During a talk with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, Musk said … Read more

5 things about AI you may have missed today: Google apps get Bard, AI in consumer courts and more

AI Roundup: Google is integrating its generative AI chatbot, Google Bard, into its suite of apps including Gmail, YouTube, Docs, and Maps through Bard Extensions; China has been invited to the UK’s Artificial Intelligence Safety Summit in November, as the country aims to become a global leader in AI regulations; the Consumer Affairs Ministry in … Read more

Top 3 iOS 17 features that you should enable on your iPhone now

iOS 17 was released yesterday for iPhone users around the world, and it brings several new features to iPhones, in addition to bug fixes, and performance improvements. Apple, at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023, announced its next big update for iPhones, with new features such as StandBy, Contact Posters, Journal app, and more. … Read more

Apple iPhone 12 banned in France! Here is why

France’s radiation watchdog has banned sales of Apple iPhone 12 after tests that it said showed the smartphone breached European radiation exposure limits. The Agence Nationale des Frequences (ANFR) said on Tuesday the model’s Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) – a measure of the rate of radiofrequency energy absorbed by the body from a piece of … Read more