Microsoft Adding ChatGPT Email Creation Into Viva Sales

Microsoft is taking another crack at Salesforce, integrating ChatGPT email creation into Viva Sales to make it easier for salespeople to communicate with clients.

Baidu Set to Unveil AI-Powered Search

Baidu is preparing to unveil an AI-powered, ChatGPT-like search engine based on the company’s Ernie tech.

Impossible Foods May Lay Off 20% of Its Workforce

Impossible Foods may be poised for a second round of layoffs, with a report putting the number at 20%.

UK Plans to Subsidize Domestic Semiconductor Production

The UK plans to subsidize its semiconductor industry in an effort to bring more production in-country.

Capital One Eliminates 1,100 Tech Jobs

Capital One has eliminated 1,100 agile tech jobs, part of its “overall tech transformation.”

Congress Deals Blow to Microsoft’s HoloLens Combat Goggles

Congress has dealt a major blow to Microsoft’s HoloLens combat goggles, refusing to authorize funds to purchase more of the devices.

Apple May Switch to In-House Displays for Its Devices

Apple appears to be expanding its goal of bringing device components in-house, with reports it plans to use its own displays in devices.

Goldman Sachs to Begin Layoffs This Week

After weeks of rumors and anticipation, Goldman Sachs will begin laying off thousands of workers this week.

Tableau Bears the Brunt of Salesforce Layoffs & Reorganization

Salesforce may have spent $15.7 billion to acquire Tableau, but the division is bearing the brunt of Saleforce’s recent issues.

The Walled Garden Cracks: Apple to Allow Third-Party App Stores

Apple’s walled garden is finally beginning to open, with the company preparing to allow third-party app stores to comply with EU legislation.

Apple Delays Release of Apple Car to 2026, Limits Scope

Apple is dealing with an unusual setback, delaying the launch of the long-rumored Apple Car and reigning in the scope of the project.

Amazon’s Advertising Unit the Latest to Suffer a Headcount Freeze

Amazon’s advertising unit is freezing its headcount as the company deals with economic headwinds impacting the industry.

Amazon Commits $1 Billion a Year for Theatrical Releases

The movie industry received good news Wednesday, with Amazon committing more than $1 billion a year for theatrical releases.

Twitter’s Death Spiral? Employees Flee Over Musk’s Ultimatum.

Twitter is in trouble as employees are leaving en masse in response to Elon Musk’s ultimatum that they commit to a “hardcore” environment.

Apple Plans to Purchase Chips From TSMC’s Arizona Plant

Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly said the company will purchase chips from a plant in Arizona, a major step toward supply chain diversification.

Oracle Has a ‘Cloud-First’ Problem As Rivals Threaten Its Database Dominance

Oracle may be the undisputed king of the database market, but cloud-first rivals are threatening that dominance with cheaper, more flexible options.

Elon Musk Kills Remote Work at Twitter

The changes at Twitter keep on rolling in, with new boss Elon Musk killing off remote work in an email to staff.

T-Mobile May Build Out a Fiber Internet Service

T-Mobile may be preparing to expand its Home Internet service, this time in the form of a major fiber investment.

Apple Plans to Ditch ‘Hey Siri’

Apple is preparing to make one of the biggest changes to Siri since the virtual assistant’s debut, ditching the “Hey Siri” voice activation.

Twitter Employees Can (Partly) Breathe a Sigh of Relief

Twitter employees can breathe a small sigh of relief on news that Elon Musk is backtracking on his plans to lay off 75% of the workforce.