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Microsoft wants to supercharge financial applications with Copilot for Finance

In a nutshell: Microsoft has just introduced yet another feature for its Copilot service, an extension designed to provide “intelligent” advice and automations based on a company’s own financial data. Privacy and data security have been taken into account, the company vows. Microsoft has been working on a new role-based Copilot extension known as Copilot […]

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Nikon is creating the first mirrorless camera for use on the Moon

Forward-looking: When NASA astronauts return to the Moon later this decade, they’ll be equipped with a custom handheld camera developed by one of the world’s leading camera makers. That’s because NASA and Nikon recently signed a Space Act agreement that outlines their partnership to develop a modern camera that can withstand the harsh environment of

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You can now use your Android device as a webcam in Windows 11

In context: Taking another page from Apple’s Continuity handbook, Microsoft is adding mobile camera support to Windows 11 and its Link to Windows app. Continuity hosts many features that make interacting between Mac and iPhone or iPad seamless. It has a global clipboard, screen sharing, display extension, and more. On Thursday, Redmond announced mobile device

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Remedy acquires full rights for the Control franchise for $18 million

What just happened? Finnish video game developer Remedy Entertainment has acquired full rights to its “Control” action game franchise from publisher 505 Games. The deal is worth €17 million ($18.36 million) and covers the original 2019 game, as well as its upcoming sequel Control 2, the multiplayer co-operative spin-off codenamed Condor, and all potential future

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Nintendo Switch 2 rumors: 8nm Nvidia SoC, performance, pricing, and more

The big picture: The Switch 2 isn’t expected until sometime in early 2025, and there are numerous rumors circulating as to why Nintendo has put off the successor for so long. Some believe a delayed launch is a strategic move that gives Nintendo more time to manufacture sufficient inventory to deter scalpers, while others seem

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SBF lawyers plead for 5-7 year sentence calling possibility of 100 years “grotesque”

WTF?! Sam Bankman-Fried was living the high life in a private villa in the Bahamas, sipping on piña coladas, and rubbing elbows with celebrities and other billionaires. But his lawyers say poor old Sam was miserable that whole time. The courts should take pity because he has a “condition” that no regular person has heard

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Consumer Reports finds dangerous security vulnerabilities in cheap doorbell cameras

Facepalm: Consumer Reports delivers investigative reports and tests mass-manufactured products, providing advice and documentation on how consumers can protect their rights. The latest CR report focuses on doorbell cameras, and the findings couldn’t be worse. Consumer Reports investigated inexpensive doorbell cameras, revealing that they are plagued by “terrible” security practices and are essentially all produced

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The software developer who wore an Apple Vision Pro at his wedding offers explanation

WTF?! You might have seen a recent photo of a man standing next to a woman in a wedding dress as the pair celebrate their special day. Nothing unusual there, apart from the Apple Vision Pro that the groom is wearing. The bride’s forlorn expression led to speculation that the mixed reality headset had been

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EA to lay off around 670 people, sunset games, move away from future IPs

What just happened? Even the biggest game companies aren’t immune from the spate of job cuts that have plagued the industry recently. Electronic Arts has announced that it is letting go of 5% of its worldwide staff, impacting around 670 people. Furthermore, it will also be “sunsetting” a number of games and moving away from

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