Google Discloses New Play Store Caution For Users of Pixel And Samsung Devices

There is a severe issue with Google. With greater user choice and flexibility, Android was supposed to be different from the iPhone. Allowing third-party app stores on devices was a major factor in that decision. However, this ended up helping dishonest people with their malware-filled Continue Reading

In Stuttgart, Draper Defeats Tiafoe, the Reigning Champion, With 31 Aces; Berrettini Comes Close to Short

Jack Draper advanced to the BOSS OPEN semi-finals on Friday by rallying past Frances Tiafoe, the champion from the previous year, 5-7, 6-4, 7-6(1). Draper’s impressive play on the Stuttgart lawns continued on Friday. At the ATP 250 event, the left-hander, who has moved up Continue Reading

NASA Decides to Continue Testing Starliner Aboard the International Space Station

Before the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft returns to Earth, NASA and Boeing plan to keep it aboard the International Space Station for a minimum of four more days to conduct additional testing of the commercial crew vehicle. NASA reported on June 14 that Starliner, carrying NASA Continue Reading

‘Spacesuit discomfort’ prompts NASA to cancel the spacewalk at the ISS

The two NASA astronauts’ planned spacewalk for today, June 13, has been rescheduled. Tracy Dyson and Matt Dominick, members of the International Space Station (ISS) Expedition 71 crew, will not be participating in an extravehicular activity (EVA) that was supposed to start this Thursday, June Continue Reading

Microsoft Chooses to Use the Windows Insider Preview Instead of Releasing Recall Globally

Recall, a contentious tool for Copilot+ PCs that records every action users do with their computers by taking frequent screenshots, was supposed to be released to the general public, but Microsoft decided against it and will only make it available to Windows Insiders for the Continue Reading

Warner Bros. Advances the Release Date of “Trap” and Sets Dates for Four More Projects

Warner Bros. revealed on Thursday that M. Night Shyamalan’s most recent thriller, Trap, will open one week early, on August 2 instead of August 9. The studio revealed the release dates for four nameless projects at the same time. A WB EVENT FILM with no Continue Reading

Higher Mediterranean Diet Adherence Associated with Reduced Risk of All-Cause Mortality, New Study Finds

Between 1993 and 1996, researchers examined 25,315 women’s health records, including blood samples, biomarker assessments, and dietary information. We kept track of these women for twenty-five years. The chance of dying from all causes decreased by 23%, which could be attributed in part to cardiometabolic Continue Reading

NASA Assesses Boeing’s Starliner Astronaut Test Flight’s Probable Effects on Helium Leaks and Other Factors

A detailed inspection of Boeing’s Starliner capsule is ongoing during its inaugural astronaut trip. On June 5, Starliner lifted off, sending NASA astronauts Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams on a Crew Flight Test (CFT) shakeout voyage to the International Space Station (ISS). Originally scheduled to Continue Reading

A 10-Year Agreement is Reached by Warner Bros. Discovery to Televise the French Open in the US

Starting in 2025, TNT Sports will serve as the French Open’s (also known as Roland-Garros) official American broadcaster, the business said on Tuesday. According to a person familiar with the situation, the entertainment business agreed to pay the French Tennis Federation an average of roughly Continue Reading

Microsoft is Discontinuing Copilot Pro’s Significant AI Capability

Custom GPT Builder, one of the main draws for customers to purchase Microsoft’s Copilot Pro, is gradually disappearing. According to Microsoft, GPT Builder is being discontinued, and if you purchased it, you must delete all of your data by July 14. Regretfully, Microsoft stated in Continue Reading