Daily News – 15th of January 2024

Microsoft European customers
Microsoft will store all personal data of European cloud customers within EU

The company will keep within what it calls the “EU data boundary” all customer data across the cloud services, like Azure, Microsoft 365, Power Platform and Dynamics 365. Microsoft said that the “decisive” action is one that “respects European values” and aligns more closely with certain requirements for both commercial and public sector cloud customers.


OpenAI changed its policy to remove the explicit ban on ‘military and warfare’ use

The original OpenAI usage policy included a ban on using its technology for any “activity that has a high risk of physical harm”, including “weapons development” and “military and warfare”. The redaction is part of a major rewrite of the policy page, which the company said was intended to make the document “clearer” and “more readable“.


Microsoft plans to open Copilot the moment the computer turns on

The change was introduced in the latest Windows 11 insider build for Dev Channel. Microsoft knows that such changes are likely to upset a few Windows users, so it will provide the option to turn off Copilot autostart.


Google might offer alternative search engine options on Pixel smartphones

Pixel users will soon be able to replace Google with other search engines like Bing, DuckDuckGo, and more. This feature is still under development, and Google has not yet revealed a specific launch date.


New products


Realme Note 1

Realme Note 1 will have a 6.67-inch FullHD OLED display, Dimensity 7050 processor and a 108MP main camera. It will come with a 5000mAh battery.


Samsung Galaxy Y55

The phone will have a 6.67-inch OLED screen, 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and a 5,000mAh battery.

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