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SpaceX’s Starship makes a successful Splashdown (without exploding)      

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SpaceX’s Starship makes a successful Splashdown (without exploding)      

SpaceX’s massive rocket Starship, often touted as the world’s most powerful rocket, concluded its comprehensive flight test on Thursday. What was really special about this test was that Starship spacecraft successfully returned to Earth in a controlled splashdown, without exploding. The previous tests ended fiery explosion of both the rocket and spacecraft. The world’s most powerful rocket blasted off from SpaceX’s Starbase in Texas, before entering the orbit. The rocket hovered through the space for nearly an hour and five minutes. Starship’s success is critical to Musk’s ambition of colonizing the Mars and making humans a interplanetary species.


Meta unveils slew of new AI features for WhatsApp Business app

From AI powered chatbot assistant to instant ad creation tool, Meta’s new AI powered features can greatly help WhatsApp business users in simplifying their business. The chatbot assistant can help in answering frequently asked questions from customers directly within WhatsApp chat. This could include things like providing product information, sharing business hours, or directing users to relevant resources. Ad creation tool, on other hand, will help WhatsApp Business users in instantly creating Facebook and Instagram ads directly from within the WhatsApp Business app. Lastly, they will also get another AI feature that could send automated reminders to customers who abandon their carts, which could help them in retaining customers.


Apple to unveil new Passwords app at next week’s WWDC

Apple users are most likely to get a brand new password management app at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, which is starting from June 10th, 2024. Bloomberg claims that this new app will be called ‘Passwords’ and will mostly have similar functions like other password management apps like 1Password and LastPass. It will reportedly allow users to generate strong passwords, securely store login information, and possibly even import passwords from other password managers. It will also be integrated with iCloud Keychain, Apple’s existing service that syncs passwords across devices. Lastly, reports suggest the app might categorize logins passwords for easier management, separating them into accounts, Wi-Fi passwords, and potentially even passkeys.


Google’s NotebookLM will now be powered by Gemini 1.5

Google’s research and writing assistant, NotebookLM, will now be powered by Gemini 1.5 Pro, which is Google’s current flagship large language model. Previously, original Gemini Pro Model used to power NotebookLM. Following this upgrade, it will get more capabilities, like enhanced capabilities for understanding complex information, making connections across your research materials, and generating drafts. You can now also import information from web URLs and Google Slides presentations. In another important announcement, NotebookLM is now set for global expansion as it will be now available in over 200 countries and territories, making it a more accessible research tool.

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