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X shines on Twitter Headquarters, Elon Musk shares video

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Months after owning Twitter, Elon made the biggest change in its history. The Tesla CEO revamped Twitter with a new branding of X, changed the name, and even put it under the X Corp. Now, Elon Musk shared a video showcasing the shining X branding on Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco.

In the Post (previously Tweet) mentioned below, you can watch the clip shared by Elon Musk. The X symbol is filled with bright White light that fades as well as turns on and off to become eye-catching. The hoarding is designed stunningly and replicates the logo that Elon brought to Twitter.

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Samsung’s Galaxy AI won’t have Apple Intelligence rival in Europe

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iOS 18 is unlikely to bring Apple Intelligence, iPhone Mirroring, and updated SharePlay to Europe this year. The company announced that the features unveiled at WWDC 2024 won’t be available in the EU this year given “regulatory uncertainties.”

Apple Intelligence, iPhone Mirroring, and enhanced SharePlay won’t be available to EU customers due to Apple’s belief “that the interoperability requirements of the DMA could force us to compromise the integrity of our products in ways that risk user privacy and data security.”

The reason is DMA, passed by the European Union in 2023. It requires basic functionalities to work across competing devices and ecosystems. Surely it’s disappointing for Apple users in Europe, but the company said to work with the EU to roll out new AI features.

Apple said to work with EU “in an attempt to find a solution that would enable us to deliver these features to our EU customers without compromising their safety.”

Samsung successfully deployed Galaxy AI across the world with the Galaxy S24 series. Beyond that, the company will be introducing the second generation of Galaxy AI. It will be packed with more powerful features and exciting capabilities for consumers.

Galaxy AI v2 will debut with Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6. Apple Intelligence is slated to launch with the iPhone 16 series, but not in Europe. It could hurt the sales of Apple, giving a solid opportunity to Samsung and its upcoming foldable smartphones.

Apple collaborated with OpenAI to integrate ChatGPT into iOS 18. Apple Intelligence brings many cool features, allowing users to create custom emojis through Genmoji, search via an iPhone for specific messages, summarize and transcribe calls, and show priority notifications.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 leak shows AirPods like stems, vents and case

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 design and case revealed through Korean retailer. The image shows that the next-gen Galaxy Buds moving on from bulb-shape to Apple AirPods -like stems, vents, and case.

X tipster @TEQHNIKACROSS (via TheVerge) posted an alleged image of Galaxy Buds 3 from Coupang, a Korean retailer. The case of the upcoming buds is shown in a rectangular shape with a transparent lid.

The shape is turning from its squarish design to rectangular to match Apple AirPods. As shown in the leaked image, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 have AirPods-like stems, which fit into a horizontally opening case.

The Buds 3’s stems feature a wider section and rectangular stem, looking different from AirPods. However, the overall design is identical to Apple’s AirPods Pro, with a similar case size, different colors, and a transparent lid.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Case Design

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 could launch alongside Galaxy Buds 3 Pro next month. The non-Pro variant will likely feature a single driver, Active Noise Cancellation, and an IP57 rating for dust and water resistance.

Apart from the Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro, the Korean tech giant will launch the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 foldable phones, Galaxy Watch 7 series, Galaxy Watch Ultra and Galaxy Ring.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra might cost $750

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra may cost more than double the Watch 7 price. The company’s first Ultra smartwatch is tipped to be priced at 700 Euro (nearly $750). It’s expected to launch on July 10, and pricing rumors have started to circulate online.

A cryptic post by rquandt / X suggests that Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra might cost 700 Euro (nearly $750). The company is bringing it to compete against Apple’s Watch Ultra lineup.

Consumer response will justify whether Samsung’s pricing is aggressive or not. Per the previous reports, the Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch 7 Classic may be priced at $299 and $399, respectively.

This year, the Korean tech giant will utilize its first-ever 3nm chipset. The 3nm Exynos processor will power the upcoming Galaxy Watch trio. It is said to offer a 20% increase in power efficiency and enhanced performance by reducing the size.

The Watch 7 series and Watch Ultra will come pre-installed with Wear OS 5-based One UI 6 Watch. There will be new Galaxy AI health monitoring features. Also, Samsung is likely to debut painless blood sugar monitoring innovation with the upcoming Watch series.

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