White House Introduces AI Bill of Rights Blueprint

The White House has introduced a blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights in an effort to address some of the biggest issues with the tech.

Kim Kardashian is Launching a Private Equity Firm

It is notable to see that Kim Kardashian is establishing a private equity firm. Learn more about the details below.

Expedia Ends COVID Vaccine Mandate

Expedia has ended its COVID vaccine mandate, for both employees and visitors to its offices.

FCC Cracks Down on Carriers That Have Failed to Fight Robocalls

The FCC is getting serious about fighting robocalls, requiring other carriers to block calls from non-compliant ones.

Nexus One Sales Of 5-6 Million Units Forecast

Google’s given its presentation, tech reviewers have had their say, and, after months of buildup, the Nexus One should soon start appearing in the real world.  So how – in a sales sense – will it fare?  According to a Barclays Capital analyst, the Nexus One will be a rather hot item.

Google Talks to People About Online Auto Habits

Are you familiar with "Google on the Street"? This refers to a series of videos Google has put together in which it goes out and talks to people on the street about various online behaviors, to see how responses stack up against their own Insights for Search findings.

DivX Rolls Out Online TV Platform At CES

Digital media company, DivX, said today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it is introducing an embedded Internet TV platform called DivX TV, which offers access to online media content streamed directly to any connected device.

DivX TV does not require a PC or a set-top box to access online content. The platform can be supported on almost any kind of Internet connected device, including digital televisions, blu-ray players and gaming consoles.

Use Your BlackBerry to Give Presentations

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Vegas, Research in Motion (RIM) unveiled a new device called the BlackBerry Presenter, which is a way for users to wirelessly present Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF, and other image files right from their BlackBerry smartphone. Pretty cool.