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Apple gets sued for paying female workers less than men with comparable jobs

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Apple Inc. is facing a class action lawsuit filed by two female employees on behalf of more than 12,000 current and former female employees in California.

The lawsuit, filed in San Francisco Superior Court, alleges that Apple violated California’s Equal Pay Act and Fair Employment and Housing Act by paying women less than men for substantially similar work.

The plaintiffs claim that Apple has a centrally determined and uniformly applied policy and/or practice of paying its female employees less than male employees.

The lawsuit also alleges that Apple collected information about job candidates’ pay expectations and used that information to set starting salaries, which has had a disparate impact on women. The plaintiffs are seeking compensation for wages and other compensation owed, interest, and liquidated damages

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Twitter(X) Unveils Bookmark Search Feature: Find Content in a Flash

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Twitter now X has introduced a new feature that allows users to search through their bookmarks, enhancing the overall user experience.

This update, available on both iOS and web platforms, has been well-received by users who have been anticipating this functionality.

The feature enables users to easily locate specific bookmarked content by keyword, making it more convenient to manage and access their saved posts.

 

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Nvidia Now World’s Most Valuable Company—Topping Microsoft And Apple

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Nvidia has surpassed both Microsoft and Apple to become the world’s most valuable company. This development reflects the significant impact of artificial intelligence on the market, with Nvidia being a key player in this sector.

Per the latest information available, the net worth of Nvidia is now approximately $3.34 trillion surpassing Apple who have approximately $2.62 trillion, and that of Microsoft about $2.89 trillion.

Nvidia’s milestone comes amid an artificial intelligence craze that has made its chips and graphics processing units increasingly valuable to fellow tech companies like Microsoft, Meta, Amazon and Alphabet.

Microsoft is estimated to make up 15% of Nvidia’s revenue, according to Bloomberg supply chain data, and Nvidia is estimated to control between 70% and 95% of the AI chip market, CNBC reported, citing Mizuho Securities. Nvidia, which reported $8.4 billion in net income in its 2023 fiscal year, shows little to no signs of slowing down, as analysts forecast its net income to surpass Apple’s in just four years. (Forbes)

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Apple Teams Up with OpenAI; Elon Musk Reaction will shock you

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Apple has announced a partnership with OpenAI to integrate ChatGPT into its operating systems, including iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, as part of its ‘Apple Intelligence’ initiative to enhance Siri’s capabilities.

This move has sparked concerns from Elon Musk, who stated he would ban Apple devices from his companies if the integration occurred, citing it as a security violation.

 

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Elon Musk recently threatened to ban Apple devices from his companies due to their partnership with OpenAI. Here’s what happened: Apple announced an integration with OpenAI at its annual developers conference, allowing its voice assistant Siri to tap into OpenAI’s generative chatbot, ChatGPT.

Users will be asked for permission, and their requests and information will not be logged however, Musk expressed concerns about user data protection, calling the collaboration “an unacceptable security violation.” He specifically mentioned that Apple devices would be banned if the integration occurred at the operating system level. Musk’s stance reflects his commitment to privacy and security, even if it means restricting Apple products within his companies.

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