Carrot Weather App Uses ChatGPT To Troll Users With Snarky Responses
The Carrot Weather app now includes a ChatGPT-based chatbot, which can converse with users and deliver snarky responses.
Rolex To Build $1 Billion Switzerland Factory, Employ 2,000 Workers Following Growing Demand
The factory in Bulle in western Switzerland will sit on 100,000 square meters of land.
Ryan Reynolds Is $300 Million Richer After Selling Mint Mobile To T-Mobile For $1.35 Billion
T-Mobile acquired Mint Mobile's parent company Ka'ena Corporation in a $1.35 billion deal consisting of cash and stocks.
TikTok Could Split With China's ByteDance To Avoid US Ban: Report
TikTok could split with China's ByteDance to avoid getting banned in the United States.
Investor Predicts Credit Suisse Will Shut Down Next
Wall Street analyst Robert Kiyosaki pegged Credit Suisse as the next major bank to declare bankruptcy following Silicon Valley Bank.
HSBC Acquires Silicon Valley Bank UK For $1.20 As US SVB Collapses
The transaction, which excludes the assets and liabilities of SVB U.K.'s parent company, will protect the deposits of SVB U.K. clients, the U.K. Treasury said.
Philippines' Mindoro Oil Spill Affects 137,000 People, Effects On Marine Biodiversity To Worsen
The oil spill has affected 30,042 families in coastal communities and spread damage over thousands of hectares of biodiversity.
Attendant From Turbulent Lufthansa Flight Asks Passengers To Delete Photos, Videos
The Lufthansa flight from Austin, Texas, to Frankfurt, Germany, had to make an emergency landing on March 1 after hitting "significant turbulence."
Elon Musk Is Not The Richest Person In The World Again
Elon Musk is now the world's second-richest person after Bernard Arnault, the CEO of LVMH.
Scientists Revive Infectious 'Zombie' Virus From 48,500 Years Ago
The strain of ancient virus was one of several that scientists isolated from samples of permafrost taken from seven different places across Siberia.
Elon Musk Publicly Mocks Disabled Twitter Employee Who Was Fired
On Tuesday, a day after their exchange, Musk issued a public apology to Haraldur "Halli" Thorleifsson, whose bio said he "led an innovation team" at Twitter, and revealed that he had spoken with the e…
iPhone Chip Manufacturer Looks To Hire 6,000 This Year Amid Tech Layoffs
Semiconductor giant TSMC is looking to recruit new engineers and production line operators across its home base of Taiwan.
Tech Salaries In Singapore Surged Amid Global Layoffs, New Study Shows
Salaries for blockchain, mobile and site reliability engineers saw the highest increases, according to a new report by NodeFlair and Iterative.
Google Warns Staff Of 'Fewer Promotions' To Senior Roles
Google said the decision was made to "ensure that the number of Googlers in more senior and leadership roles grows in proportion to the growth of the company."
'Super App' That Could Be Better Than ChatGPT Is Launching In South Korea
South Korea's SK Telecom is planning to fully launch its artificial intelligence chatbot "A." this year.