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“Unlock the Power of 900.care: Create Your Own Waterless Personal Care Experience with Tap Water”

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French startup 900.care wants to try something new. Instead of buying a new bottle of shower gel every time you need some shower gel, the startup focuses on the active ingredients. On your first order, you receive an empty, reusable plastic bottle with a pump. The next time you need more shower gel or shampoo, you only need a new stick (and some tap water). In addition to shampoo and shower gel, 900.care also sells foaming hand soap, dish soap, laundry and dishwasher tablets, as well as a few other products.

“LinkedIn Seeks to Integrate Gaming into its Platform”

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LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social platform, has made a name for itself primarily as a platform for people looking to network and pick up knowledge for professional purposes, and for recruitment — a business that now has more than 900 million users. Now, to boost the time people are spending on the platform, the company is breaking into a totally new area: gaming. App researchers have started to find code that points to the work LinkedIn is doing. The LinkedIn spokesperson declined to say how and if Microsoft is involved in the gaming project at LinkedIn. Facebook, the world’s biggest social network, has been a major driver of social gaming over the years.

“Enhance Your Display Experience with Splitscreen: Apple’s Vision Pro Compatibility for Multi-Monitor Setups”

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Out of the box, Apple’s Vision Pro doubles as a 4K Mac virtual display, allowing you to extend an existing Mac desktop to the device’s spatial computing environment. A new app called Splitscreen takes things a step further, by allowing you to add a second macOS display to your Vision Pro — even if it uses a different Apple ID. Such an app could prove valuable for multitaskers who want to use more than one Mac computer with their Mac Virtual Display in the Vision Pro — for instance, one for work and one for personal use. With Splitscreen, you can effectively create the feeling of having a multiple monitor setup, but inside the VR/AR environment. However, the approach the app takes will allow the team behind Splitscreen to add more displays, settings, and other features soon after launching.

“Global Rollout: TikTok Introduces Exciting ‘Add to Music’ Feature Across 160+ Nations”

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TikTok launches its ‘Add to Music app’ feature available in over 160 countriesTikTok announced today that it is launching its “Add to Music app” feature, which lets users add a song playing on a clip to services like Apple Music and Spotify, in 163 new countries. The function lets users add the song to Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Spotify depending on the availability in the region. They can tap on the button and select the music service of their choice the first time. Last year, ByteDance launched its music service TikTok Music in Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Singapore, and Indonesia. The company added it is is working on making the Add to Music App feature available to TikTok Music users soon.

Incresting Business Data Intelligence with TextQL’s Cutting-Edge AI Technology

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But the two engineers, who met a few years ago during the pandemic, are nothing if not optimistic. Hay and Ding are the co-founders of TextQL, a platform that connects a company’s existing data stack to large language models along the lines of OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GPT-4. In 2022, they launched their attempt in TextQL, which uses a data model to map a company’s database to the “nouns” representing a customer’s business in their language — e.g. TextQL connects to business intelligence tools and points users to existing dashboards when a question has already been asked. It’s able to reference documentation from enterprise data catalogs such as Alation, Hay says, as well as notes in platforms like Confluence or Google Drive.

Quickly Enhance Your Instagram Posts with Music: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Instagram has a feature where you can add music directly to your posts — a popular option among users who want to add life to their content and show off their musical taste. Then, you click on the music note icon at the top of the editing screen, which brings you to Instagram’s music library of over 12,000 songs. Previously only available on Stories and Reels, Instagram expanded its music feature in 2022 to bring the capability to image posts. However, Instagram has yet to support music on carousels with videos. The app is also reportedly experimenting with music on profiles — a nod to the MySpace era.

“Enhance Your PC Experience with Microsoft’s New Copilot Key”

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Microsoft would like 2024 to be the “year of the AI PC” and to put a point on that, the company today announced a new key for Copilot — that is, a physical key that will soon make its way to your keyboard and join the Windows key, together with its friends the Control key, Alt and that Insert key you’ve never purposely used. Based on the image Microsoft sent over, it looks like the new Copilot key will replace the right Control key on the standard PC keyboard, where it will slot in between the Alt key and the left arrow key. “The introduction of the Copilot key marks the first significant change to the Windows PC keyboard in nearly three decades,” Microsoft’s Yusuf Mehdi, Executive Vice President & Consumer Chief Marketing Officer, writes in today’s announcement. The Copilot key joins the Windows key as a core part of the PC keyboard and when pressed, the new key will invoke the Copilot in Windows experience to make it seamless to engage Copilot in your day to day.”In regions where Copilot is not available, the Copilot key will launch Windows Search. The first keyboards with the new key will launch at this year’s CES in Las Vegas and will likely start shipping in late February.

‘Introducing Instagram’s New Customizable ‘Add Yours’ Templates’

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Instagram launched a new feature where you can create customized “Add Yours” templates with GIFs, images and text, allowing you to make your own meme-able Stories for followers to participate in. To create an Add Yours template, start uploading a Story and add elements like a GIF, custom text or an image from the gallery. Then tap on the “Add Yours Templates” sticker and select which elements you want to pin. Now anyone can take an Add Yours prompt and add their own spin to it, allowing for more creative expression and collaboration. Similarly, Instagram introduced a “template browser” for Reels in July, letting you discover and customize pre-made templates to add to your videos.