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A sprawling lawsuit alleging Meta intentionally designed Instagram and Facebook with features it knew were harmful to younger users.
Meta sunk a lot of cash into its metaverse bet. Now, it wants it to work.
Though quantum computing is far from an everyday reality, the possibilities it offers are powerful. Amazon may want in on the ground floor.
Apple never wants you to lose your keys again. The company filed two patents for digital car key pairing.
Meta’s patents highlight a recent consumer tech trend: Tech firms are testing the boundaries of just how close they can get to users.
Google may have found a shortcut to develop chatbots. The tech could prove lucrative in helping enterprises integrate their own AI.
Microsoft wants to clean the atmosphere by freezing it. It highlights a big problem with carbon removal efforts: the ginormous price tag.
Amazon’s October Prime sales event wrapped up Tuesday, and this year saw a massive shift in consumer behavior.
Meta might want to make synthetic data from your Facebook posts. While this helps solve the privacy issue, the issue of bias is still present.
Google’s Nest doorbells might be joining the neighborhood watch. The patent signals that people are growing more comfortable being watched.
Meta is rolling out subscription versions of Instagram and Facebook in Europe that won’t feature targeted ads.
Apple’s latest filing emphasizes the comfort users have with the company’s consistently-monitoring devices.
The patent shows that, despite the company’s public interest in large language models, it’s still hard at work on artificial reality.
Google’s patent follows several updates from major tech companies aiming to understand emotions and context through speech recognition.
Cloud services make Amazon tons of its revenue. Keeping those networks spic and span is a high priority, according to its new patent.
Apple wants to make sure your toddler (or a hacker) doesn’t run away with your Airpods.
A filing from Snap for a computer vision appraiser may add to the company’s shopping ambitions.
The company’s filing gives a potential peek at what’s in store for the Vision Pro.
NVIDIA wants to keep its data centers from falling apart.