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Today's roundup combines cryptocurrency maneuvers, accessibility advancements, international trade relations, and electric vehicle innovations. Strap in as we delve into Bitcoin whales, Apple's newest features, the strengthening India-EU ties, and Tesla's grand reveal.
Bitcoin Whales Accumulate Amidst Threats to $27K Support Level
As Bitcoin grapples with a precarious $27,000 support level, on-chain metrics, and whale activities hint at a looming rally. With large Bitcoin addresses accumulating nearly 84,897 BTC over the last five weeks, a potential price surge might be on the horizon.
Apple Takes Accessibility to New Heights with Live Speech and Personal Voice Features
Apple is breaking barriers in user experience, unveiling new accessibility features for iOS and macOS. The introduction of Live Speech and Personal Voice promises to redefine device interaction for individuals with disabilities, consolidating Apple's commitment to inclusive tech.
S. Jaishankar Highlights Progress in India-EU Relations during Trade & Tech Council Meet
The recent Trade & Tech Council Meet in Brussels marked a key milestone in India-EU relations. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar underscored the progress and potential of this partnership, steering towards a future of enhanced trade and tech collaboration.
Tesla Gears Up for the Future: Two New EVs Announced at Shareholder Meeting
Tesla is revving up for a paradigm shift in electric mobility. At its annual shareholder meeting, the company teased two new EVs, already underway. With these additions, Tesla aims to redefine the EV landscape and assert its dominance in the market.
Quote of the Day
To cap off this edition, here's a thought-provoking quote on artificial intelligence:
Artificial Intelligence will reach human levels by around 2029. Follow that out further to, say, 2045, we will have multiplied the intelligence, the human biological machine intelligence of our civilization a billion-fold.
- Ray Kurzweil, Futurist and Director of Engineering at Google.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's roundup of more exciting tech developments!