Apple announced Monday its $3,499 Vision Pro headset will be available in the U.S. on February 2 and pre-orders start on January 19, with CEO Tim Cook calling it “the most advanced consumer electronics device ever created”—months after revealing the mixed-reality headset.
Peloton is sharing custom fitness content on the video-sharing app, including live classes and workout series.
Maersk said it is pausing operations in the Red Sea after one of its vessels was attacked Saturday.
The Times is the first major U.S. news organization to sue OpenAI for copyright infringement.
A pared-down version of Gemini is available in Google’s AI chatbot Bard.
Apple did not release new iPads this year, contributing to a decline in sales for the device, which combined with Macs make up 15% of Apple’s revenue.
Apple said iPhone will support RCS messaging next year, possibly putting an end to the blue versus green bubble debate.
Sam Bankman-Fried faces 110-year max sentence after FTX trial – Here’s how long experts think he’ll spend behind bars
White-collar defendants often get far less than the maximum sentence—but legal experts told Forbes they expect Sam Bankman-Fried to face decades in prison.
X, formerly known as Twitter, launched two new tiers of Premium subscriptions—including Premium+, which eliminates ads in For You and Following—amid its declining ad revenue.
The new song called “Now And Then” is coming out November 2 alongside “Love Me Do,” the Beatles’ first single.