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Apple again upsells users to the iPhone 15 Pro Max

Somewhere in Cupertino, the Spumante probably popped on news that initial quantities of Apple's top iPhone model for 2023 sold out in minutes. Delivery dates for the iPhone 15 Pro Max are now back to November.

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Tech layoffs in 2023: A timeline

Facing an uncertain global economy and slowing revenue growth, technology companies have picked up the pace of layoffs in 2023. Here's an updated timeline of notable layoffs, and reasons why Big Tech is in turmoil.


Low-code platform provider Airtable enacts new round of layoffs

Having let go of over 250 employees at the end of last year, low-code platform provider Airtable has announced more job cuts in order to make the company “cash flow positive.”

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iPhone 12: Fade away, and radiate?

Apple faces an EU-wide demand to update its old iPhone rather than engage in a costly product recall.

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Amazon deploys generative AI to write sales listings

The e-commerce giant has become the latest company to offer generative AI capabilities to its customers, rolling out a new tool that creates copy for sales listings based on written prompts.

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This year's biggest tech IPO begins as ARM hits Nasdaq

Arriving on the market at $51 per share, Arm waits to see whether investors believe it can pivot its business to maintain growth in a saturated smartphone market.

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EU said to be proceeding with Microsoft Teams antitrust investigation

Two weeks after Microsoft announced it would start unbundling Teams from Microsoft and Office 365 in an attempt to avoid an EU antitrust investigation, the proposal has reportedly not done enough to satisfy regulators.

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Microsoft Teams suffers another outage in the North America region

Microsoft 365 suite of applications continues to face downtime at least once every month this year.

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Alphabet layoffs: Company trades recruitment team for tech talent

The layoffs, which come after the company let go of at least 12,000 employees in January, are aimed at increasing operational efficiency, a spokesperson said.

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UK gov't announces new $1.1B supercomputer and AI research facility

As part of its commitment to AI R&D, the UK has announced the development of a new supercomputer and research facility to be housed at the University of Bristol.

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12 thoughts for business after Apple’s iPhone 15 launch

Here are a dozen considerations business-minded people might want to keep in mind following this weeks unveiling of the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro.

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Gloves come off during day one of Google's antitrust trial

On the first day of Google's antitrust trial, the US Justice Department and 14 co-plaintiff states argued that Google's anticompetitive role in the search engine and search advertising markets threaten the future of the internet....

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Adobe generative AI tool Firefly is now generally available

The new generative AI image creation and editing tool has been trained on stock images and content in the public domain.

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Google's increasingly prickly Android perception problem

Apple's convincing an entire generation of phone-buyers that Android is behind the times — which couldn't be much further from the truth.

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Apple launches the iPhone 15 series, new Apple Watches — and talks up its green plans

Not only did Apple introduce its latest bid for smartphone dominance — the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro — but it delivered a heavy focus on the environment and its progress toward becoming completely carbon neutral by 2030.


Google defends search business in biggest US antitrust case of the century so far

Shadows of the Internet Explorer trial of the ’90s loom as the government opens its trial against Google today, accusing the internet giant of illegally maintaining a monopoly on search.

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IDC: Collaboration software spending growth slows; AI features to drive future increases

Global spending on collaboration apps continues to rise as businesses deploy software across their organizations, according to IDC. But the rate of growth has slowed as adoption of videoconferencing tools matures and vendors trim...

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IBM's software unit issues global return to office mandate

IBM software division employees living within 50 miles of an office globally are now required to be physically present for a minimum of three days a week.

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Here’s how Slack envisions adding genAI to its software

Slack is already working to include new generative AI tools in its popular collaboration app. But the company is taking a methodical approach before rolling out any new features.

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Chinese-made 7nm chips in Huawei phone raise questions over US export ban

The discovery of 7nm, 5G-enabled chips in Huawei’s latest phone has sparked an investigation by the US Commerce Department into how the country was able to acquire the technology.

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