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Group Calls Out The Cringiest Examples Of Edgy Women Who Wanted To Stand Out From ‘The Norm’ (87 New Pics)

Girl power is amazing! There’s nothing that women can’t accomplish when they band together to build each other up, and the bond of sisterhood can be incredibly powerful. But unfortunately, thanks to pesky internalized misogyny, some women out there need a little reminder that we should all be on the same team.Below, you’ll find some of the cringiest posts from the Not Like The Other Girls subreddit. This group calls out "pick me girls" who have decided to put other women down in an attempt to prove how unique and…

Newsom’s office calls allegations about Panera Bread franchisee ‘absurd,’ says company is not exempt from law

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s spokesperson refuted a Bloomberg News story that alleged the governor pushed to exempt bakeries from the state’s fast food wage law to benefit a political donor who owns Panera Bread restaurants, calling the report “absurd.”The Bloomberg story published this week alleged that Greg Flynn, a billionaire CEO of a restaurant group that operate Panera locations, lobbied Newsom’s top aides “to reconsider whether fast-casual chains such as Panera should be classified as fast food.” The story alleged that…

Google could spice up your calls with ‘Audiomojis’

Emojis are a fun way to add a nice emotional pop to your messages. However, what if you could add them to your phone calls? Well, Google is looking to do something similar to this with what it calls Audiomojis. We are still learning what Audiomojis are, but a new report states that Google wants to bring them to its first-party phone app. Google, as always, is hard at work adding new features to its products in order to make them better. For example, today, Google announced new features for Chrome that could make…

Bhavish Aggarwal’s Krutrim AI Calls Ather India’s Best Electric Scooter, Ignores Ola

The competition in the ever-growing electric two-wheeler segment is extremely fierce, with Ola and Ather Energy being the main rivals. Apart from this, the virtual world of artificial intelligence is also equally competitive, and Bhavish Aggarwal’s brainchild, the Krutrim AI chatbot, is one of the newest entrants. Ever since the company rolled out its AI Chatbot, it has been subjected to controversies, and recently, it found itself again in a controversial spot. This time, Bhavish Aggarwal’s chatbot answered that…

EU consortium for edge AI calls for design proposals

Four leading European research institutes — CEA-Leti in France, IMEC in Belgium, Fraunhofer in Germany, and VTT in Finland — are accepting design proposals to prototype edge AI technologies at their facilities. In 2022, the institutes set up an EU consortium to accelerate testing and development of edge AI hardware. Dubbed Prevail, the project will create a multi-hub network that will validate new, low-power, and high-performance edge AI components. It will also build infrastructure to…

Elon Musk calls out Microsoft CEO for Windows setup issue

Image Source : FILE Representational Image Elon Musk's Plea to Microsoft CEO: Even someone as big as Elon Musk sometimes needs tech support. In this case, he reached out to Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, with a request related to setting up new Windows PCs. https://x.com/elonmusk/status/1762173998056804747?s=20 Elon Musk's request "Satya, I don’t mean

Google prepares to make phone calls more fun with Audiomojis

Google is working on sound-based reactions for phone calls. Called Audiomojis, these are sound effects that you can use during calls. The company is currently developing six such effects for its Phone app. Each reaction gets a unique animation that will appear on the screen when you use it. Google’s Phone app will let you use sound effects during calls Code sleuth AssembleDebug first spotted Google working on Audiomojis in September 2023. They discovered strings related to a non-functional “Sound reactions” toggle within…

X rolling out audio, video calls for non-paying users

X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is going to begin rolling out audio and video calls for non-paying users. Elon Musk, owner of the platform, shared the news several weeks ago that they would begin rolling out the feature to all users “as soon as we are confident that it is robust.” The company launched the audio and video feature for paying subscribers who use iOS. It offered subscribers the option to call other people through the app. Android users also were provided the feature earlier this…