Technology News for Friday 10th November 2023

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Nov 10th 2023

1. Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Is 'Doing Good' After Minor Stroke

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The dizzy spell hit him as he was typing at his computer, he said. The hospital did an M.R.I., he added, and determined that he had a small capillary leak as well as symptoms of vertigo.

2. Take-Two CEO says generative AI 'is going to change the nature of what we do'


In an interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick said generative AI could change gaming and bring in new consumers. Take-Two shares climbed 5% yesterday after the company announced that the release of a new Grand Theft ...

3. BBC Sounds enables multi-room playback on Alexa devices


It's been a record-breaking summer for BBC Sounds, with huge listening figures for classical music at the Proms and live sport at the Women's World Cup and the Ashes, and hit new podcasts like The Banksy Story, Call Jonathan Pie, Yeti, The Crossbow ...

4. Microsoft Temporarily Blocked Internal Access to ChatGPT, Citing Data Concerns

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Employees who tried to go to the site on Thursday afternoon were briefly redirected to an internal notice that said the website was blocked by their organization, people familiar with the matter said. After more than an hour, access was restored, they said ...

5. Endura's Spray gilet, warm gravel gloves from Castelli and more


Winter is well on its way and along with some of the best winter-specific content to help you make the very best of the wetter months, we're preparing to bring you reviews on all of the latest winter gear. That rings true in this week's Five Cool ...

6. ICBC manually settling Treasury trades days after cyberattack -sources


NEW YORK/LONDON, Nov 10 (Reuters) - The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's access to an electronic settlement platform for U.S. Treasury securities remained suspended on Friday, sources said, in the aftermath of a ransomware attack on China's ...

7. AI Roundup: A pin gets its own brain, Microsoft is solving problems that don't exist, AI plans a solo tour by 2031

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No need to make AI look for you – invite it along with an AI pin! There's really no point in trying to hide from AI, so why not make it part of your fashion statement via a pin? A company is taking orders for the device now, but no one is really sure ...

8. The Newest 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III' Operator DLC Is a Decorated Navy SEAL


To mark Veterans Day, video-game publisher Activision Blizzard premiered its latest downloadable operator for "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III" based on a real-life Navy SEAL, with the proceeds from all purchases going directly to helping veterans ...