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Schools hit with cost hike as free Microsoft licences end

Free Microsoft Office licences negotiated by the Scottish government for school pupils are set to end at the start of August, according to the Scottish Herald. The newspaper reported that the free A1 Plus licence will no longer be available to students. Glow, Scotland’s digital environment to support learning, has posted a notice stating that Microsoft…

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iOS 18 adds a new dynamic wallpaper that changes colors on its own

There are some big updates coming to iPhone in iOS 18, from Apple Intelligence to a revamped Photos apps to a redesigned Control Center. But there are some smaller visual updates that are sure to intrigue iPhone owners as well, such as the all-new “Dynamic” wallpaper, which debuted alongside iOS 18 developer beta 3 on…

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Threads turns 1 with 175M active users, so why does it still feel empty?

A year ago, Meta debuted Threads, its response to Elon Musk acquiring and quickly destroying Twitter. As users wanted somewhere new to migrate, mostly because they disagreed with Elon Musk’s decisions for the platform, Mark Zuckerberg took the lead in announcing this new social network that would use Instagram’s user base but focus on writing…

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Israel’s cyber chief calls for international front against Iranian hackers

Gaby Portnoy, director general of the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), has called for countries to work together in a “joint front” to combat Iranian state-linked hacking. He said hackers linked to Iran are targeting Saudi Arabia, Oman, Canada, the UAE, the UK, Germany and Austria among others, including countries that regard Iran as an…

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Sir Alan Bates hits out at Post Office ‘incompetence’ after data breach

Campaigner Sir Alan Bates has hit out at the “utter incompetence” of Post Office bosses after he learned that a document containing the names and addresses of victims of the scandal was published on the Post Office website. The document, titled “Confidential Settlement Deed,” was discovered by journalist Nick Wallis, and has since been removed…

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YouTube launches its own version of X/Twitter Community Notes

Finally, a Google-owned company is stealing something worthwhile. YouTube announced today that it’s begun experimenting with its own version of Community Notes, the feature that X/Twitter pioneered whereby the user community fact-checks and brings additional context to posts.Of course, there’s not a snowball’s chance in hell these YouTube notes will on the whole be unbiased,…

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People are losing their minds over Luma’s Dream Machine AI video maker

As intrigued as we were by OpenAI’s Sora text-to-video AI model, we couldn’t actually try it out ourselves. That’s not the case for Luma’s new Dream Machine video generator, which debuted this week and is currently available for anyone to test out.As Luma explains on its blog, Dream Machine was built on “a scalable, efficient,…

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DDoS gang threatens to disrupt European elections

Amid the ongoing elections for the European Parliament, the Russia-aligned NoName057(16) cyber criminal operation says it is launching extensive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against internet infrastructure across Europe. The four-day election – the first to take place since Brexit – kicked off on Thursday 6 June in the Netherlands, although Estonia has been…

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iOS 18 will revamp Control Center, add new text effects in iMessage

In the days leading up to Apple’s 2024 WWDC, virtually everything the company plans to reveal has started to leak online. Just yesterday, Bloomberg reported that Siri is getting an AI overhaul in iOS 18, and now, even more iOS 18 details have been unveiled.Shortly after Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman published an article about the Siri…

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ChatGPT brings browse, vision, and more to free users

Weeks after rolling out its new flagship AI model, GPT-4o, OpenAI has announced that several features that were previously behind the ChatGPT Plus paywall are now available to free users as well. According to a post on X (formerly Twitter), ChatGPT’s free users can now use browse, vision, data analysis, file uploads, and custom GPTs.OpenAI…

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