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Google Might Announce a ChatGPT Competitor Next Week

Google appears to be getting ready to take on ChatGPT. The company announced a search and artificial intelligence event titled “Google presents: Live from Paris,” scheduled for 8:30am on February 8. Read Also : My Daughter Is A Toddler. Here’s What The New Climate Report Says About Her Future.  “We’re …

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Adani crisis ignites India contagion fears, credit warnings

Financial contagion fears spread in India on Friday as Adani Group’s crisis worsened, with ratings agency Moody’s warning the conglomerate may struggle to raise capital and S&P cutting the outlook on two of its businesses. Chaotic scenes in both houses of India’s parliament led to their adjournment on Friday as …

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Blinken postpones visit to China because of balloon over US

Secretary of State Antony Blinken has postponed a visit to China, the United States government has confirmed, calling the presence of an alleged Chinese spy balloon in American airspace an “unacceptable” violation of its sovereignty. A  senior Department of State official said on Friday that “conditions are not right” for …

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5 of the Best Shows on Disney+ Right Now

Disney+ isn’t just for kids. With its ownership of the Star Wars brand and all Marvel titles, the streaming service offers plenty of grown-up shows in its bid to compete with Netflix and Amazon. And we’re not just talking movies. Since launching the service, Disney has used the name recognition …

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Twitter Will Kill Off Free API Access

Say goodbye to some of your favorite Twitter apps, automated accounts, tools, and services. Twitter will now force everyone who makes the creative things that make the platform fun and enjoyable to pay up or go away. In the wee hours of the morning on Wednesday, Twitter’s official account for …

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East African leaders urge ceasefire in eastern DR Congo

East African regional leaders have renewed their call for an immediate ceasefire by all sides in the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo that pits the country’s military against a rebel group that the government has accused Rwanda of supporting. At a summit in Burundi’s capital Bujumbura on Saturday, …

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Japan PM dismisses aide over anti-LGBTQ+ comments

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has dismissed one of his secretaries for homophobic comments that the prime minister called “outrageous”. Kishida said the remarks by Masayoshi Arai, in which he said he “doesn’t even want to look at” married same-sex couples, were “outrageous” and “incompatible” with an inclusive society the …

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Razer’s Cage-Like Mouse Is a $280 Goth-Metal Jewel

Razer could never be accused of subtle branding. From pulsating, RGB-backlit keyboards, laptops, and mice to flashing, light-festooned face masks, the gaming hardware company has crafted its whole vibe around a sense of ostentatious opulence. Enter the Razer’s new mouse, the Viper Mini Signature Edition. By Razer standards, it is actually somewhat …

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