Magic Leap 2 AR Headset Will Start Selling At $3,299 Price

The long-awaited Magic Leap 2 headset is scheduled to launch on September 30th for $3,299 as a starting price. It’s a mixed reality headset and is a lighter and smaller version of the 2018 release. The Magic Leap 2 comes with other enhancements including a broader field of view as well as a higher cost. Magic Leap has … Continue reading Magic Leap 2 AR Headset Will Start Selling At $3,299 Price

Scientists Create an Artificial Intelligence Program That Learns by Intuition Like a Baby

In a breakthrough for artificial intelligence, scientists have created a program that can learn by intuition like a baby. The new AI program can make decisions based on incomplete information, just like babies do when they first learn about the world around them. This could represent a giant leap forward for AI development, as programs … Continue reading Scientists Create an Artificial Intelligence Program That Learns by Intuition Like a Baby

Major Retail Stores to Start Accepting Cryptocurrency Payments

The new era of digital payments is moving forward and a decentralized system of payment is increasingly becoming popular. People’s trust in online shopping is at an all-time high. We now prefer to pay for things online and have them delivered to save time and avoid the hassle of stepping into a store physically. However, … Continue reading Major Retail Stores to Start Accepting Cryptocurrency Payments

Lawmakers Trying to Push Social Media Companies to Stop Kids From Getting Addicted!

Childhood addiction is on the rise. The substances they’re addicted to are TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram. It’s not hard to see the addictive nature of social media these days – for adults and children alike. The problem is especially concerning for children, and U.S. federal and state governments are making efforts to regulate it. The … Continue reading Lawmakers Trying to Push Social Media Companies to Stop Kids From Getting Addicted!

Google Has Agreed to Compensate Small App Developers $90 Million in a Settlement 

Google has comitted to making significant changes in the play store after the trail. Although Google permits other app stores to run on its Google-powered version of Android, It’s obvious that the Play Store is the place to go for developers who want to reach a significant number of users. Developers have long complained that … Continue reading Google Has Agreed to Compensate Small App Developers $90 Million in a Settlement 

Google Chrome’s Latest Update Features Bug Fixes and More

Google has just recently announced its newest update to its browser software, and to the chrome apps on all mobile device operating systems. Included in the list of software updates are changes encompassing updates to further enforce the protection of its users that may potentially be entering dangerous or malicious websites. The software will take … Continue reading Google Chrome’s Latest Update Features Bug Fixes and More

Google’s May 2022 Algorithm Update Impacting Many Websites

As part of Google’s ongoing work to improve its searchability and how it displays information, the company releases algorithm updates throughout the year. Some of these updates make significant changes that impact users and website owners in positive ways. Others have less of an impact, perhaps, but could have broader implementations. One such example is … Continue reading Google’s May 2022 Algorithm Update Impacting Many Websites

Facebook to Execute Testing The NFT Integration

Meta has released digital collectibles support on Facebook with a restricted group of creators, after the launch of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) support on Instagram in May. A select set of American creators have been permitted by Meta to post-digital collectibles on Facebook in a phased rollout. The artwork will be marked as “digital collectibles,” much … Continue reading Facebook to Execute Testing The NFT Integration