After seven years of development, Apple Inc., is almost on the verge of launching its first mixed-reality headset. But the focus on this new device will lead to an otherwise silent year for them in 2023.
After almost 10 years of introducing the first camera module, Raspberry Pi finally launched Camera Module 3. Camera Module 3, a class apart in its segment, has bigger pixels, higher resolution, and multiple field-of-view options than its predecessors.
Microsoft Corporation has been in talks to invest $10 billion into OpenAI, the owner of ChatGPT, as reported by Semafor. The funding might include other venture firms and is said to value the San Francisco-based OpenAI at $29 billion, reportedly.
Talks about Lensa AI have been spreading like wildfire in the last couple of weeks. Influencers and a section of artists are incredibly excited about the AI art generator while there is another section of artists who are concerned about Lensa and are sceptical about it as well.
For the first time ever, FIFA World Cup 2022 has set a record from teams across all continents with advancements to 16 rounds. But that’s not the only highlight of this year’s World Cup, it’s the extremely advanced technology involved in creating the soccer ball.
Apple Inc. is always known to launch products that are extremely hyped in the market and whose technology, hardware or software, is said to be over the top by tech geeks as well as experts. Apple is now back in the Mixed Reality game with the announcement of the mass production of its Apple Reality Pro Mixed Reality Headset from March, 2023.
Apple Inc. and all its devices are famously known for their safety and security. They sort of claim to be immune to external hacking, breach of privacy, and virus attacks. But, what if Apple Inc. were to breach its own laws and violate our trust?
The gaming industry is growing at a higher rate than expected as even non-gamers resorted to gaming during the COVID-19 period. The expansion is expected to make the global gaming industry worth $321 billion by 2026, according to PwC’s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2022-26.
Language, as we say, can build bridges and mend hearts; the words just need to be spoken. Until the rise of technology, it might have been hard for people to understand or learn a new language. But as technology advanced, the language barrier between people and oceans began to grow thinner.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer an alien or futuristic technology. Honestly, it’s omnipresent now with every tech company eyeing and creating a new AI software to reach a mark in the tech industry.