Twitter Launches Competition To Find Biases In Its Image-Cropping Algorithm
The microblogging site Twitter said it will launch a competition for computer researchers and hackers to identify biases in its image-cropping algorithm after a group of researchers previously found the algorithm tended to exclude Black people and men.
Amazon Fined €746 Million Over EU Privacy Violations
Online shopping giant Amazon has been hit with a record-breaking €746 million fine by Luxembourg’s Commission Nationale pour la protection des données (CNPD), an independent public agency established to monitor the legality of the collection and use of personal information, for alleged GDPR violations regarding how it performs targeted behavioral advertising.
Intel Announces New Xeon W-3300 Processors
Built for advanced workstation professionals, Intel Xeon W-3300 processors offer uncompromised performance, expanded platform capabilities, and enterprise-grade security and reliability in a single-socket solution.
Airtel Join Hands With Kaspersky To Ensure Security For Internet Users
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky partnered with Bharti Airtel to ensure instant security for internet users in
Samsung Electronics Reorganizes Governance Committee Into Sustainability Committee
The Board of Directors of Samsung Electronics today approved the reorganization of its Governance Committee into the Sustainability Committee, and further expanded its duties and oversight.
TikTok Adding New Live Video Feature For Both Creators And Viewers
TikTok, a video-sharing social networking service owned by Chinese company ByteDance, has announced a slew of new live video features coming to the popular video app platform for both creators and viewers, including scheduled “events,” picture-in-picture support for iOS and Android, and group live streams with two users.
Instagram Makes Accounts For Users Under 16 Private By Default
American photo and video sharing social networking service Instagram on Tuesday made it hard for potentially suspicious accounts to find young people and limiting the options advertisers have to reach young people with ads, along with defaulting people under 16 into private accounts.
Tencent’s WeChat Temporarily Suspends New User Registration In China
WeChat has temporarily suspended the registration of new users in mainland China as it undergoes a technical upgrade “to align with relevant laws and regulations,” China’s dominant instant messaging platform said on Tuesday.
Intel Unveils New 2025 Roadmap To Reclaim Global Chip Market
Chip maker Intel has detailed an ambitious architecture roadmap, showcasing a series of foundational innovations that will power products through 2025 and beyond, with the goal of leading the processor space once again.
Samsung Unveils The Future Of Gaming With The Odyssey Neo G9
Samsung Electronics announced the global launch of its next-generation curved gaming monitor, the Odyssey Neo G9 (Model Name: G95NA), enhanced with Quantum Mini LED technology.
Amazon Denies Report Of Accepting Bitcoin As Payment
rce giant Amazon denied a media report saying it was looking to accept bitcoin payments by the end of the year.
Samsung To Build First Virtual Production Studio With CJ ENM Leveraging Leading Display Technology
Samsung Electronics announced a new partnership with CJ ENM, Asia’s leading entertainment and media group behind the Oscar-winning film ‘Parasite’, to build a virtual production studio to spearhead the production of future video content.
WhatsApp For iOS Adds Multi-Device Compatibility For Beta Users
WhatsApp is now releasing the multi-device beta programme for some beta testers of the app.
YouTube Hits 10 Billion Play Store Download Milestone
YouTube app for Android users has surpassed a whopping 10 billion downloads on the Google Play Store.