Technology

TikTok now has Instagram-style stories

TikTok adds a story tool to its profiles as other social networks such as Instagram or Snapchat do. TikTok is adding TikTok Stories as a new option in addition to its existing storytelling tools like Videos, Duets, or Live, with no intention of replacing them. The feature was discovered by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who is often among the first to find new …

Windows 365 is so successful that Microsoft took unexpected steps to meet the demand

Windows 365 has everything to be one of the most successful products Microsoft has released in recent years, and its start has been promising. The Redmond corporation was forced to pause free trials of its new cloud PC service; This has been due to the very high demand from users after only one day of availability. With Windows 365, …

The Pentagon relies on its artificial intelligence: it believes it can predict future events

The Pentagon or US Department of Defense is working with artificial intelligence and believes that it can predict future events several days in advance. The country’s Northern Command is working specifically with Global Information Dominance Experiments (GIDE), which combines data collected from devices, sensors, artificial intelligence, and data from the cloud to predict what events may unfold in the future, especially in the military …

Microsoft announces prices for Windows 365, the service to have a PC in the cloud

Microsoft has announced the official prices for Windows 365, its subscription service to have a PC in the cloud. Windows 365 is an operating system that will run on Microsoft’s cloud servers and be transmitted to the user’s screens, be it a cell phone, computer, or tablet. To access it, you only have to log in to the Microsoft website to obtain the interface of …

Twitter will reward those who find biases in its algorithms

Twitter is launching a contest to detect biases in algorithms, and those who manage to discover them could win up to US $ 3,500. Finding bugs or security flaws is something that is built into many technology company security programs. Now, Twitter is launching a contest where researchers will need to find algorithmic biases. It’s been hard to keep quiet on …