Apple roasts Microsoft for Windows Recall AI failure, Zuckerberg invests in British start-up

Apple has the proverbial knives out for Microsoft when it comes to AI, landing a blow over the recent backtracking with Windows 11’s Recall feature for Copilot+ PCs. You’ll likely have seen that Microsoft has had a turbulent time with Recall since announcing the feature, which takes regular screenshots of the activity on your PC to concoct a timeline searchable via…

Steam accused of ripping off 14m UK gamers, Elon Musk drops ChatGPT lawsuit

Baldur's Gate 3 was the bestselling game on Steam in 2023. Image: Larian Studios The owner of Steam - the largest digital distribution platform for PC games in the world - is being sued for £656m. Valve Corporation is being accused of using its market dominance to overcharge 14 million people…

Used EV sales grow 71% in year, Apple faces iPad advert backlash

Increasing numbers of used electric cars from company fleets are hitting auctions and dealers, making fully-electric powertrains the fastest-growing sector of the used car market. Overall, the UK used car market rose 6.5 per cent in the first quarter of 2024. According to the official numbers, a total of 41,505 electric cars entered the used…

Tesla sales fall sharply, Amazon scraps ‘just walk out’ tech in US

Tesla has reported a sharp fall in worldwide sales amid increased competition and slowing demand for electric vehicles. The carmaker said it delivered 386,810 vehicles during the first quarter of the year - down nearly 9% on the 423,000 it shipped from January to March last year. It marks the first year-on-year quarterly sales decline…

Experts call for action on biased digital health devices, Vinyl back in the basket!

Experts are calling for action on medical devices that are prone to unfair biases, including blood oxygen monitors and certain artificial intelligence (AI) enabled tools, to prevent harm to ethnic minorities and women. An Independent Review of Equity in Medical Devices looked at the extent and impact of ethnic and other unfair biases in the…

IWD: Falling support for EV adoption among women

L-R Nicola Hume, Ginny Buckley, Nicki Shields UK-wide survey conducted by Electrifying.com and The AA reveals fewer than one in ten women believe their next car will be electric 61% of women say they feel less confident at the prospect of driving an EV than they do a petrol or diesel car…