Top Tech News: Apple Includes ChatGPT in iOS 18

ChatGPT-powered iPhones to launch soon
Top Tech News:  Apple Includes ChatGPT in iOS 18

Good morning, tech fam; here are some quick tech updates for you to catch on to!

What’s New Today:  BlackBerry hiring an experienced Embedded Software Developer in Test II

Fast-Track Insights: Bernstein's analysis suggests that the SEC's decision on Ethereum ETF is not politically motivated

Apple entered into an agreement with OpenAI to incorporate ChatGPT features into iOS 18, as the tech giant has teamed up with OpenAI to introduce ChatGPT capabilities to iPhones with iOS 18. This partnership is set to be revealed during WWDC, Apple's yearly conference from June 10 to June 14, allowing Apple to surpass Samsung in terms of features with Gemini.

BlackBerry seeks to recruit a seasoned embedded software developer for Test II. BlackBerry recruits Computer Science Graduates. BlackBerry would like to hire an experienced embedded software developer on a permanent basis at its location in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The responsibilities of a hired candidate involve Performing practical setup, delivery, and installation of software products through web portals, QNX custom installers, and QNX Software Center. Develop or revise test strategies and test scenarios to ensure the successful validation of software candidates on suitable distribution channels. Conduct evaluations of the software content on both development and production servers.

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved spot Ether (ETH) exchange-traded funds, according to analysts at Bernstein. The decision may not have been driven by political pressure, as the SEC had previously viewed increased political pressure from Democrats to win over swing voters in the lead-up to the November election.

According to Bernstein analysts, spot Ether (ETH) exchange-traded funds have been approved by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC’s decision might not have been politically motivated as it was in the past, with Democrats exerting more electoral pressure to woo independent voters ahead of the November polls. Nonetheless, the story lost its credit when President Joe Biden didn't want the SAB No. 121 repeal bill signed in SEC. Historians of Bernstein say that the SEC had to avoid court processes, thus looking away from both accounting principles and securities laws. It is assumed that outflow outflows from spot Ethereum’s tune will fall short of those bitcoins have already experienced in their history. The eight confirmed issuers of Ether-based ETFs’ S-1 registration disclosures should be approved by the SEC soon.

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