In this edition, the top news starts with:
Sadly, Microsoft is focusing on VR for the PC and not the Xbox… this is a step back from statements to the opposite effect last year.
GE, after more than 100 years, is being kicked off the DOW due to poor performance and is being replaced by Walgreens. The move has called into question the validity of the DOW as a measure in today’s world of hyper information and overall awareness of the market.
Physicists have discovered the missing baryonic matter from the big bang, floating in interstellar space as ionized gas.
Microsoft has developed their own visual search tool, much like Google Lens.
Microsoft has launched an online research hub for sharing AI and science datasets…
A new computer keyboard, out of Korea, can be crumpled up in a ball and still used…
No Bing AI ads. IBM Watson still atop Google AI ads.
Lastly, the Singularity Index or S.I. is back down slightly at 1562.09, reflecting the current uncertainty in the global markets.
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