Google’s AI experiments show a profit-performance tension: Added features point to its newfound AI confidence. The focus should be on maintaining search dominance, user experience, and effective monetization.

Generous government incentives and a thriving and competitive local EV industry are helping China surpass EV adoption goals.

OpenAI courts Israeli talent amid US tech sector’s layoff bloodbath: US techies lose leverage as OpenAI’s CEO travels the world looking for AI-skilled workers he can’t find at home.

The Vision Pro headset puts Apple at the forefront of the augmented reality discussion, but the device’s business focus and exorbitant pricing could limit wider appeal.

Adding mobile plans to existing Amazon Prime subscriptions has the potential to entice millions of wireless customers looking for a cheaper alternative.

Meta’s reversal on remote work bound for fallout: The news comes at a bad time as record layoffs wrap up, metaverse doubts linger, and morale hangs by a thread.

The iconic Volkswagen bus has been reimagined for the EV age. It could energize new automotive markets and restore VW’s brand reputation.

AI cost nearly 4,000 tech workers their jobs in May: Jobs aren’t the only casualty of the AI workplace upheaval. Brace for a quality-control crisis.

Google and Amazon play tug of war over startup Runway: AI is intensifying cloud wars as startups offer growth potential. Blinders to everything but AI could be an industry pitfall.

With 34 million developers, a massive app ecosystem, and a burgeoning ad business, Apple could fast-track its metaverse ambitions behind its MR headset announcement.

OpenAI takes on ChatGPT’s ‘hallucinations’: Broader issues of inappropriate AI use cases and bots’ failure to understand human complexity will continue to pose challenges for AI companies.

Privacy violations expose questions about data security in IoT devices and could lead to stricter regulations and potential impact on targeted advertising strategies.

Apple’s Reality Pro vs. Meta’s Quest 3: Reality Pro’s WWDC unveiling could signal a turning point for metaverse technologies. Meta could be a beneficiary with its affordable offering.

HP plans to release generative AI-enabled PC in 2024: It could surpass rivals that get cold feet on AI.

The White House and Commerce Department support aggressive EU proposals, while others fear competitive disadvantage. Meanwhile, Beijing seems to have the upper hand.

Amazon looks to reduce the number of damaged goods it sends: The retail giant is deploying artificial intelligence in several fulfillment centers to streamline its supply chain decision-making. (This article was written with the assistance of ChatGPT.)

Elon Musk’s embattled Neuralink gets FDA approval for human testing: Its track record creates an opportunity for competitors. Less-invasive methods will likely have more consumer appeal.

‘Giant’ AI models are coming soon: Nvidia’s new supercomputer will put generative AI innovation pace on steroids. Ethics, safety, and jobs displacement concerns will escalate faster than expected.

The collaboration benefits Ford customers, who get access to an expanded charging network, and it also helps Tesla tap into federal funding.