News items you should check out: June 30 : Tech Live Trends

Since I can’t cover everything, here are some recommended articles from some other sources: 

° From AppleInsider: Following its foreclosure, accessory maker Brydge has been restarted by officers including its ex-chief financial officer, and a “number of former Brydge employees.”

° From MacRumors: Third-party Reddit app Apollo has been updated with an option for users to decline a refund for their remaining subscription time ahead of the app shutting down. Users who do not exercise this option will automatically receive a pro-rated refund.

° From 9to5Mac: Plex is hit with layoffs as the ad-supported streaming service fails to deliver profits for media server company.

° From iMore: Google’s video ads are failing its standards according to a new report.

° From MacVoices Live: On the new episode, in the next conversation on “The Road to Macstock” host Chuck Joiner speaks with Dr. Marty Jenicus, a new speaker at Macstock, about the use of AI in learning. Marty explains how AI can be utilized to create personalized learning 

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