Here are the top 10 latest news about technology:
Microsoft wins EU antitrust approval for Activision deal vetoed by UK.
The European Commission has approved Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the maker of popular video game franchises such as Call of Duty and World of Warcraft. The deal, which was announced in January, was initially blocked by the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on concerns that it would reduce competition in the video game market. However, the CMA’s decision was overturned by the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) last month. The EU Commission’s approval of the deal is a major victory for Microsoft and could pave the way for other major tech mergers in the future.
WhatsApp adds chat lock feature to safeguard private conversations.
WhatsApp has added a new feature that allows users to lock their chats with a fingerprint or facial recognition. The feature is designed to help users protect their privacy and keep their conversations secure. To use the feature, users simply need to go to the chat settings and select “Lock Chat.” They can then choose to lock the chat with a fingerprint or facial recognition.
Play Street Fighter 6 ahead of official launch: Here’s how to sign up for the open beta.
The open beta for Street Fighter 6 is now available for players to sign up for. The beta will run from May 16-20 and will give players a chance to try out the game’s new mechanics and characters. To sign up for the beta, players can visit the Street Fighter website and create an account. Once they have created an account, they can then select “Street Fighter 6” from the list of games and click on the “Sign Up” button.
North Korean hackers stole $721 million in cryptocurrency from Japan – Nikkei.
North Korean hackers stole $721 million in cryptocurrency from a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange in February, according to a report by the Nikkei newspaper. The hackers used a phishing attack to trick employees at the exchange into revealing their login credentials. Once they had access to the exchange’s systems, they were able to steal the cryptocurrency. The attack is the largest cryptocurrency heist in history.
Kioxia, Western Digital speed up merger talks as memory chip demand slumps.
Kioxia and Western Digital are reportedly speeding up talks to merge their flash memory businesses. The two companies have been in talks for several months, but the talks have accelerated in recent weeks as the demand for memory chips has slumped. A merger would create a global leader in the flash memory market.
Brave’s ‘Forgetful Browsing’ keeps you hidden from websites you often visit.
Brave, a privacy-focused web browser, has added a new feature called “Forgetful Browsing.” The feature allows users to automatically delete their browsing history after a set period of time. This can help to protect users’ privacy by preventing websites from tracking their browsing activity.
JioCinema: Top features, subscription plans, supported platforms, and more.
JioCinema is a popular Indian streaming service that offers a wide selection of movies, TV shows, and web series. The service is available on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and set-top boxes. JioCinema offers a variety of subscription plans, starting at ₹399 per month.
Access Google Bard and ChatGPT for free with these Chrome and Edge extensions.
Google Bard and ChatGPT are two large language models that can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. Both models are still under development, but they have learned to perform many kinds of tasks. Google Bard is available as a Chrome extension, while ChatGPT is available as a Chrome and Edge extension.
Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom poised to rule the charts.
Nintendo’s latest game in the The Legend of Zelda series, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, is poised to rule the charts. The game has received rave reviews from critics and is expected to be a huge hit with fans of the series. The game is set in a new world called Hytopia and features a new protagonist named Link. Link must travel to different parts of Hytopia to collect the Tears of the Kingdom, which are said to have the power to defeat the evil Calamity Ganon.
Elon Musk must have his tweets approved by Tesla lawyer, US court rules.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, must have his tweets approved by a Tesla lawyer before he can post them, a US court has ruled. The ruling comes after Musk tweeted that he was considering taking Tesla private, which caused the company’s stock price to fluctuate wildly. The court ruled