Apple files for AR/VR patent, Equifax's fine over 2017 breach
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Variety reports that Apple has filed to patent a mix reality headset and controller.
It includes a [UNKNOWN] display that combines augmented and virtual reality that would provide quote, 3D virtual views of the user's environment augmented with virtual content The project codenamed T288 is slated for release some time next year.
Microsoft is investing $1 billion in OpenAI and will develop AI based super computing technologies on the company's Azure cloud computing service.
The San Francisco-based OpenAI is backed by tech leaders like Elon Musk and Peter Thiel.
The company's currently in the process of porting its rapid project to run on Azure.
And finally, Equifax, the credit reporting company responsible for an unprecedented data breach, Back in 2017, [UNKNOWN] to pay up to $700 million to the FTC in all 50 states.
At December 2018, a House oversight committee report called the breach quote, entirely preventable saying Equifax not only didn't take action to prevent it but it was also under prepared for the aftermath
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