Technology News for Saturday 18th June 2022

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Jun 18th 2022

1. Samsung announces 24-month No Cost EMI plans for S22-series, Z-series flagships

Domain: indianexpress.com | Companies: Samsung

Samsung announced a new 24-month No-Cost EMI plan for Indian users looking to buy flagship Samsung smartphones including the Galaxy S22 series phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G and the Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G. The new No-Cost EMI offer will allow users to ...

2. AI software called DALL-E turns your words into pictures

Domain: cnbc.com | Companies: Google

Google and OpenAI are among companies that have developed artificial intelligence models that generate images based on text. Pictures from a publicly-available tool called DALL-E Mini have become trendy on social media. As with other AI technologies, ...

3. Critical New Security Update For Millions Of Windows 10, 11 & Server Users

Domain: forbes.com | Companies: Microsoft

Microsoft has confirmed that the June 14 Patch Tuesday security update will not be the last we will see. Quite why some media outlets covering the latest second Tuesday of the month security patch distribution jumped on the end of an era, final Patch ...

4. New Apple Leak Reveals iPhone 14 Speed Shock

Domain: forbes.com | Companies: Apple

In a shock to the system, anonymous leaker iHacktu reports that Apple's new A16 chip, which is exclusive to iPhone 14 Pro models, delivers seismic performance and battery gains over the 2021 A15 which is being retained for non-Pro models.

5. "RIP Internet Explorer": Gravestone By South Korean Engineer Goes Viral

Domain: ndtv.com

A South Korean software developer had a gravestone made and a real memorial was held... For the demise of Internet Explorer. RIP.

6. Lawmakers urge Google to fix abortion searches suggesting 'fake clinics'

Domain: washingtonpost.com | Companies: Google

U.S. lawmakers are questioning Google over how the company's search engine shows users in certain states inaccurate results about abortion services by diverting them to “fake clinics” that don't provide the procedure and dissuade people from ending a ...