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  • OpenAI Pulls "Sky" Assistant Voice - DTH

    Apple may ease off on-device AI at WWDC, Meta and LG's extended reality reportedly hits the skids, dating app Bumble doubles down on friendship.Show Notes

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  • X Finally Changed Its URL from To - DTH

    X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter has officially changed it URL to, EU warns Microsoft that it could face fines up to 1% of global turnover for not meeting DSA rules, and a deal between AT&T and AST Mobile could potentially make every AT&T phone a satellite phone. Link to Show Notes
  • Microsoft Has Asked 700 to 800 China-based AI Engineers To Relocate - DTH

    Microsoft has asked 700 to 800 China-based Cloud and AI engineers to relocate to other countries, the EU is investing Meta to see it is contributing to children's social media addiction, and Google has fixed the third actively exploited Chrome zero-day vulnerability in a week.Link to Show Notes
  • Leaked Document Describes Dell's Arm-Powered Upcoming XPS 13 Line - DTH

    Google announces API access to Google Home platform, Intel announces Thunderbolt Share, Apple rolls out new accessibility and battery life controls. Show Notes
  • Google I/O 2024 Kicks Off Today - DTH

    The Biden Administration announces new tariffs on China, Sony Appoints co-CEOs to run its PlayStation business, and Google experiments with running ChromeOS on Android…Link to Show Notes
  • Report: OpenAI's ChatGPT To Power iOS 18 - DTH

    Google's Pixel 8A has some family-friendly new features, Apple reportedly wants to shift to performance-based compensation for Apple TV+ in-house productions, The European Commission set for new antitrust charges against Microsoft Teams. Show Notes
  • OpenAI May Announce A Google Search Competitor On Monday - DTH

    OpenAI may announce a Google search competitor the day before the start of Google I/O, Apple plans to divert complex AI queries to cloud-based servers running M2 Ultras processors, and, Jack Dorsey says BlueSky is “literally repeating all the mistakes” made while he ran Twitter.Link to Show Notes