TechyMag.com - is an online magazine where you can find news and updates on modern technologies


Magnitude 7.4 earthquake hits Taiwan - TSMC evacuates plants

According to seismologists, this is the strongest earthquake in Taiwan in 25 years—there are casualties, dozens of buildings have collapsed. During the night, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 occurred off the eastern coast of Taiwan, epicentered...

Read More

301 Tbps over ordinary fiber optic cable - scientists have created a new optical processor

Fast fiber optic communication is spreading more and more, but it also has limitations. The work of British researchers will allow these cables to provide much faster data transmission. Researchers from Aston University have developed an optical proc...

Read More

The AT&T data leak involved about 73 million active and former subscribers of the U.S. telecom giant

The American telecommunications company AT&T has started analyzing data published in the darknet about two weeks ago and found that the leak affected approximately 8.6 million active account holders and 65.4 million former customers. Referring to...

Read More

Gmail is 20 years old. Google's April Fool's joke that became the world's most popular e-mail service

On April 1, 2004, Google revolutionized email by launching the Gmail service. At that time, Gmail was not the only email provider - Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail had been around for many years, but Google's service offered web access, higher speed, automat...

Read More

Apple says the iPhone 6 Plus is now "obsolete" and the iPad Mini 4 is "vintage"

Apple considers a product "obsolete" if it has been 7 years since its last official sale - this means that Apple Store and authorized Apple service providers will no longer offer repair or other hardware services for the device. The company has long ...

Read More

Not just in the EU: Microsoft will separate Teams and Office 365 for customers worldwide

Teams, which was added to Office 365 for free in 2017, was later replaced by Skype for Business and became popular during the pandemic partly due to video conferencing. However, in 2020 Salesforce, which offers a competitive messaging program Slack, ...

Read More

A backdoor has been discovered in xz Utils. Users are urged to stop using Fedora distributions

In the popular xz Utils package for lossless data compression and working with the .xz format, a backdoor was discovered. A backdoor is a method of bypassing standard authentication procedures, providing unauthorized remote access to a computer. On F...

Read More

Microsoft is testing a grid layout for programs in the Start menu in Windows 11

The new design somewhat resembles the "Start" menu in Windows 10X and Microsoft Launcher on Android. Currently, all programs in the "Start" menu on Windows 11 are displayed in a vertical list, organized alphabetically - however, Microsoft is testing ...

Read More

Google believes that the Rust programming language is 2 times more efficient than C++

Google believes that the efficiency of developers using the Rust programming language is twice as high as when using C++. This was stated by Google's Director of Development Lars Bergstrom during a speech at the Bri...

Read More

Microsoft's new security system 'catches' hallucinations in Azure customers' AI programs

Specialists from the responsible artificial intelligence department of Microsoft have developed several new security features for Azure AI Studio clients. The head of the department, Sarah Berd, says that these tools, built on an extensive language m...

Read More

Google has leaked the timeline for the introduction of RCS on the iPhone

Apple is likely to introduce a new messaging standard RCS this fall to replace SMS/MMS. Apple is likely to expand RCS support in the upcoming iOS 18 update. Techcrunch reports on this, referring to a section on a new G...

Read More

Apple sues ex-iOS engineer who 'leaked' data about Vision Pro and other products to journalists

Former iOS software engineer Andrew Oad is accused of leaking information about more than a dozen Apple policies and products - including the Journal app and Vision Pro headset. "Mr. Oad often took and saved screenshots of his messages on his work iP...

Read More

Yoga, massages and full all-inclusive: journalists visited Google's new $2.1 billion headquarters

In February, Google corporation opened a new office worth $2.1 billion. It is located in the Hudson Square area in New York. This is a 12-story building called "St. John's Terminal", built on a 1930s railway station. An Insider made a photo report fr...

Read More

Are you sure you're the director? From now on, each U.S. federal agency must appoint a "Chief AI Officer"

According to the latest guidelines from the US Office of Management and Budget, all federal agencies must appoint a senior officer and governing boards to oversee all AI systems used within the system. Agencies will also be required to submit an annu...

Read More

Has the GPT Store "deflated"? In February, custom chatbots accounted for 1.5% of visits to the ChatGPT website

OpenAI had hoped that personalized chatbots would accelerate its business, but recent data suggests that few people are interested in them. Since November, the startup, which launched ChatGPT, has allowed paid users to create their own versions of ch...

Read More