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Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun was confronted by reporters moments after he left a meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to address the incident with its 737 Max 9 plane this month.
The Los Angeles Times Guild responded to the company's layoffs on Tuesday in a statement and said that it "did not have to be this way."
Worshippers in India give millions of tons of floral offerings yearly. One business is turning the leftover flowers into natural dye for clothing.
The best Nintendo Switch controllers in 2024
The best Nintendo Switch controllers can enhance your gameplay experience with better buttons and a more comfortable grip. Here are our top picks.
Apple, Zuck, Elon, and the lesson of Microsoft Windows
Apple's EV and goggles. Meta's investment in AI and the metaverse. Tesla's price cuts. These are all about the race to develop the next big platforms.
<div>iPhone app sideloading is coming soon – but it might not be the money-saving boost you’re hoping for</div>
You might soon be able to sideload apps to your iPhone without using the App Store, but it might not be what you hoped for.

Forty years to the day since the first Macintosh appeared beside a youthful Steve Jobs and made the world swoon when the word “hello” appeared on its display, Apple is closer than ever to realizing the vision it had then.

The Mac, with its GUI, mouse, and keyboard, launched an industry and spawned imitators (including Windows). The crowd at the Jobs-hosted launch event (which IDG/Computerworld founder Pat McGovern once told me included him, though he quipped he’d actually first seen the Macintosh the previous year) went crazy.

To the crazy ones

We know what happened after that.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) today offered details about the National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource pilot program, which will see the NSF partner with other federal agencies — as well as the private sector — to provide access to datasets, AI models, and training for researchers.

The NAIRR pilot, originally announced last November, is fundamentally an attempt to democratize access to generative AI (genAI) for organizations without the deep pockets of a major tech company or US government department, according to NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan.

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Microsoft’s metaverse for the workplace has officially arrived with the full launch of Mesh virtual meeting spaces on Wednesday.

Instead of a Teams video call, workers can now don a virtual reality headset and interact with colleagues in a range of three-dimensional environments. Microsoft sees a variety of use cases for this: town halls, social gatherings, brainstorming sessions, and employee onboarding, are among the examples cited.

A VR headset isn’t necessary: Mesh spaces can also be accessed via a regular PC, with users controlling a personalized avatar that can navigate the various settings. For those who want a fully immersive experience, support for Meta’s Quest headsets will arrive on Thursday. (Microsoft declined to comment about availability on Apple’s Vision Pro, which launches Feb. 2.)

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The 25th anniversary of Pokémon's U.S. release marks the brand as officially "vintage," which has collectors weighing the value of their cards. Two experts project the future of the global phenomenon.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney criticized tax plans by Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders to tax the accumulated savings of hardworking Americans.
Chipotle is seeking to bring on more workers -- to the tune of 19,000 -- to help with its imminent "burrito season," the company said on Wednesday.
Twitter / X: You can now use Face ID, Touch ID to sign in. Here’s how.
iOS users can set up Face ID or Touch ID login for the X app on their device following these steps.
<div>LELO’s V-Day sale is live! Get up to 50% off plus a free toy</div>
LELO's V-Day sale is live! Get up to 50% off select toys, plus a free gift with purchase.
Save energy with a refurbished Amazon Smart Thermostat for under
A refurbished Amazon Smart Thermostat is just $39.99 at Amazon, down from the normal price of $69.99. That's a 43% discount.
A fellow pilot told Boeing jet that its tire popped off before takeoff: ‘It just rolled off the runway behind you’
A pilot driving a plane behind Delta Flight 982 radioed to the pilot to tell him his plane's wheel had popped off.
Bobbi Brown is still living a life of luxury and lipstick — and it’s all on her own terms
Bobbi Brown is one of the most famous makeup artists in the world. But she's also a mom, grandmother, and active member of her North Jersey community.
10 things you should get rid of to create a more peaceful space, according to interior designers
Making a home more relaxing doesn't have to mean a total makeover. Getting rid of a few unnecessary things can make a space much more peaceful.
Google's Arts & Culture has a fun new selfie tool that uses generative AI to put you inside historical moments and paintings.
Developer Resolution Games has announced it's making a Dungeons & Dragons VR game.
eBay will reduce its full-time worker headcount by around 9% owing to expenses outpacing company growth.
Real estate developer Matteson Capital says Oklahoma City is "experiencing a significant period of growth," which makes it the ideal place to build the new tallest building in the U.S.
A key measure of home-purchase applications up 3.7% last week as a recent increase in mortgage rates did little to cool buyer demand, according to new data.
Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition review: The upgrade is worth the money
The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition is the best e-reader out there, and it's not much pricier than the regular Kindle Paperwhite.
<div>Itching to play ‘Palworld’? It’s on sale on Steam until midday Thursday.</div>
"Palworld" is on sale for $26.99 via Steam as part of an introductory offer that's live until Thursday, Jan. 25 at 1 p.m. ET.
Score the stylish Garmin Venu Sq smartwatch for 40% off at Amazon
The Garmin Venu Sq (GPS) smartwatch is just $119.99 at Amazon, down from the normal price of $199.99. That's a 40% discount.
The Cybertruck’s steel exterior could need extra protection from winter road salt
New Tesla Cybertruck owners might want to wash winter road grime off their pickup as soon as possible to protect the truck's stainless steel frame.
Bank of America sends letters threatening ‘disciplinary action’ to employees who aren’t coming into the office
You don't want to receive a "letter of education" if you're a Bank of America employee.
<div>There’s a huge Super Bowl sale at Target – deals on TVs, soundbars, NFL gear and more</div>
There's a huge Super Bowl sale at Target and I'm rounding up the best deals on TVs, soundbars, NFL gear, party essentials and more.
The Finals has received a new patch which makes major balance changes to the Medium build and more.
Gemini-powered generative AI chat-based ad building is now possible, requiring even less technical know-how.
Knott's Berry Farm brand has been discontinued by the J.M. Sucker Company, and is no longer being sold in grocery stores, the company announced online.
Given its substantial size, variations in housing prices across Africa is expected. Whether in the North, South, East, or West, each region has its own economic and cultural influences that affect how much houses cost.
Investing correspondent Laila Maidan offers six simple and effective tips to level up your investing game.
A new preview update has arrived for Windows 11, so should you grab it? Well, that depends…
The traditional search model is evolving from search to request, and businesses must prepare.
<div>The Apple Vision Pro arrives in stores next week, but you can ‘see’ the AR headset at home now using… AR</div>
Want to get up close with Vision Pro now? The Apple Store AR experience is almost like owning one.

US-based software company Pegasystems has announced the launch of Knowledge Buddy, a generative AI-based assistant to help organizations collate data spread across different sources.

Typically, information is scattered across several locations in an organization and this can make it tougher for employees and customers to access it. “The needed information is usually spread across documents, Wiki’s or fileshares, which takes away precious minutes to sort through and find, so they [employees] can serve their customers or get their work done,” explained Don Schuerman, CTO and Vice President of Product Strategy and Marketing, Pegasystems.

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Days of Our Lives: Carson Boatman Previews Being A New Father, Shares Inside Details

Welcome to the real-life drama behind the soap opera scenes! Carson Boatman, famous for playing Johnny in Days of Our Lives, recently became a real-life hero as he welcomed his little princess, Ava Rey. Forget scripts; this is the genuine story of Carson navigating the exciting yet unpredictable journey of becoming a dad for the […]

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