Month: March 2024

Disney Plus rebrands to a mature, "aurora" look

In a major rebrand exercise, Disney Plus has replaced the iconic blue color with a teal-ish "Aurora" green hue.

"Nothing To See Here": Discreet call recordings now allowed on Nothing Phones

Nothing's discreet call recording feature lets you capture conversations without raising eyebrows.

Zuckerberg is not a fan of the Apple Vision Pro

Mark Zuckerberg criticizes Apple's Vision Pro in comparison to Meta's Quest 3; shares the shortcomings in Apple's VR headset.

Marilyn Monroe leads the AI Celebrity Chatbot trend

Digital Marilyn, the AI chatbot, offers fans a unique opportunity to engage in conversations with the iconic Hollywood star.

Google Search has officially removed the caching feature

Google has officially announced the retirement of its cache links feature, a tool that allowed users to view a website if it was down or its original source was modified.

The Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) is proving to be controversial

A bill introduced in the US Senate aimed to protect kids, has the potential to be an internet censorship tool.

How do video generation models like Sora work?

Video generation models like Sora are the latest AI rage. And the text-to-video technology is making the news for all the right reasons.

The biggest change to Microsoft Office, in the last 17 years, starts to roll out

Microsoft has started to roll out Aptos as the default font for Microsoft Office apps.

Pepsi rolls out a red (and blue) carpet, across 120 countries, for its new visual identity

Pepsi captures attention with its first major redesign in over a decade, making waves in 120 markets with digital installations featuring the revamped logo.