Apple’s announcements and movement moments are approaching, while the technological panorama gives enough news and updates. Many of them, like Apple’s investment in Germany or new applications that adapt to Apple’s silicon, we have already talked about in Applesfera. For everyone else there is one more thing (I want to show you this morning).
- We started with Wombo AI, the latest of the deepfake viral apps. An application that they tell us in detail in Engadget.
- At XatakaMóvil, they give an overview of Movistar tariff news, including free internet in second homes.
- In Today at Apple we find a tutorial that tells us, in detail, how to turn off Safari tab preview on our Mac. A useful feature that was introduced in Big Sur and that, however, we may want to turn off.
- We move on to Genbeta where they tell us about Google’s plans to allow hotels to advertise for free in the search engine.
- Also in Genbeta, they tell us some curiosities about image recognition engines and how easy it is to fool them under certain circumstances.
- In Engadget, they examine a screen in a tactile fabric up to 6 meters that could lay the groundwork for future smart fabrics.
- We end with a video from 9to5mac that tells us 30 tips to keep in mind for the newest (and not so much) Mac.