Here are the top 10 technology breaking news:
Apple Announces New Accessibility Features:
Apple announced a number of new accessibility features for its devices at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday. These features include Live Caption, which provides real-time captions for audio and video content, and Personal Voice, which allows users to create custom voices for their devices. Apple also announced a new feature called Point and Speak, which allows users to point to objects on their screen and have them spoken aloud.
WhatsApp Rolls Out New Chat Lock Feature:
WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature that allows users to lock their chats with a PIN or fingerprint. This feature is designed to protect users’ privacy and prevent unauthorized access to their chats.
Google Bard Expands to 180 Countries
Google’s Bard, a large language model that can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way, is now available in 180 countries. This expansion will make Bard more accessible to people around the world.
Amazon Lays Off 500 Employees in India
Amazon has laid off 500 employees in India, according to a report by The Economic Times. The layoffs are reportedly part of a larger restructuring effort at the company.
Apple Under Probe in France Over Restricting Smartphone Repair
Apple is under investigation by the French government over allegations that it is restricting smartphone repairs. The investigation is focused on whether Apple is making it difficult for consumers to repair their own iPhones and iPads.
Tesla recalls 129,960 vehicles in the US.
Tesla recalls 129,960 vehicles in the US. The recall is due to a software issue that could cause the vehicles to lose power while driving.
WhatsApp rolls out new security features.
WhatsApp rolls out new security features. These features include a new “Chat Lock” option that allows users to protect their conversations with a fingerprint or PIN, and a new “Delete for Everyone” feature that allows users to delete messages that have already been sent.
Apple announces new accessibility features for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Apple announces new accessibility features for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. These features include Live Caption, which provides real-time captions for audio and video content, and VoiceOver, which allows users to control their devices with their voice.
Google launches new AI-powered portal to help find lost phones.
Google launches new AI-powered portal to help find lost phones. The portal, called “Sanchar Saathi,” allows users to track their lost phones using their phone number or IMEI number.
These are just a few of the top technology breaking news stories for May 16, 2023. Stay tuned for more news and updates as the week progresses.