The balloon was an estimate 60 meters tall and was carrying a long sensor package underneath.
Bard initially will be available exclusively to a group of "trusted testers" before being widely released.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority says it blocked the site after a 48-hour deadline to remove purportedly blasphemous content was ignored.
The tweets caused Twitter's stock to surge before falling back after Musk abandoned a deal for which he never had a firm financing commitment.
The videogame maker was charged with failing to maintain controls to collect and assess workplace complaints and violated a whistleblower protection rule.
One in five under 30 have met their current significant other using a dating app in the US.
Facebook's parent company, Meta said they're adding "new guardrails" to ensure there are no "repeat offenders" who violate its rules.
It would let astronauts journey to and from deep space faster than ever, NASA said.
Some believe the AI tool could allow educators to create new assignments involving more critical thinking skills.
Some NZ companies are already implementing the policy.
Alarming rates of revenge porn and other image-based abuse is leading to calls for additional safety measures.
In just the past month there have been nearly 50,000 job cuts across the technology sector.
Atlas has been under development for 10 years, and it shows.
While long-dead master painters aren't complaining, some living artists and photographers are starting to fight back against the AI software companies.
It's about $3 billion more than the previous year, and despite the biggest market crash in history.
The tech giant's workforce grew by 36% during the Covid-19 pandemic years, between June 2020 and June 2022.
Musk claimed in an August 7, 2018, tweet that he had lined up the financing to pay for a US$72 billion (NZ$112.6 billion) buyout of Tesla.
The price drops of up to nearly 20% come after Tesla's stock plummeted more than 65% since the start of 2022.
Toyota Motor Corp. wants the world to know it hasn’t fallen behind in electric vehicles, as some detractors have implied.
One of the world’s biggest aircraft manufacturers is conducting real-world tests of technology that would enable automated flying if the pilots became incapacitated.