After enduring a prolonged slump, the smartphone sector is now experiencing a resurgence, with Samsung reclaiming its position as the leading smartphone seller. In the first quarter of this year, worldwide smartphone shipments grew by nearly 8%, reaching a total of 289.4 million units.

Read more: Samsung’s Comeback in the Smartphone Market

The performance of ChatGPT-4, an AI program tailored for text comprehension and generation, surpassed that of internal medicine residents and attending physicians in processing medical data and demonstrating clinical reasoning across two academic medical centers.

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The global traditional PC market has recovered from a two-year downturn in the first quarter of 2024 (Q1‘24) with 59.8 million shipments, up 1.5% year-over- year. This resurgence was aided by favorable year-over-year comparisons, with the market falling 28.7% in the first quarter of 2023.

Read more: Rebirth of the Global PC Market: Bouncing Back After a Two-Year Decline

To resolve a lawsuit claiming it secretly tracked the internet activity of users who thought they were browsing privately, Google has agreed to delete billions of data records. The terms of the settlement, filed in Oakland, California federal court, await approval from U.S. District Judge, Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers.

Read more: Google Agrees to Dispose of Browsing Data to Resolve Consumer Privacy Lawsuit

Researchers at the University of Cambridge are employing virtual reality (VR) technology to identify early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. They examined spatial navigation deficits in individuals predisposed to Alzheimer's by immersing them in virtual environments using VR headsets.

Read more: VR Research Reveals Early Signs of Alzheimer's Risk

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