Microsoft said its Teams will support 20,000 attendees until the end of this year and then will revert supporting 10,000. Teams doubled the number to enable companies accommodate large meetings because of the Covid-19 pandemic, which made virtual meetings a necessity. Microsoft is also introducing end-to-end encryption to Teams. It will be available by June this year for commercial customers.
Sony Interactive Entertainment said it will stop offering movie and TV purchases and rentals on the PlayStation Store from August 31. Vanessa Lee, head of SIE’s video division, wrote in a blogpost that the company saw a huge increase in PlayStation fans using subscription- and ad-based entertainment streaming services on their consoles – suggesting that rentals and purchases have become redundant.
Microsoft launched Azure Percept on Tuesday. It is a platform of hardware and services that’s built around Microsoft-designed hardware and its Azure AI platform – as a part of the company’s ’edge computing.’ In Tuesday’s launch, Microsoft unveiled a smart camera called Azure Percept Vision and Azure Percept Audio, which is an intelligent audio system at its virtual Microsoft Ignite conference.
Rumors have already started circulating regarding the launch of the next iPhone, even though the launch could be several months away. As per the rumors, the next iPhone could be completely free of all charging ports with wireless charging mats required for charging. The decision by Apple could create a lot of controversy with it being a huge change for iPhone users.
Hackers, by using the same vulnerability that Apple last month said was under active attacks, have released a new jailbreak that puts almost all iPhones, including the latest ones, at risk. The hackers, who call themselves Unc0ver, said it works on iOS 11 (iPhone 5s and later) to iOS 14.3, which Apple released in December. Apple has already fixed the vulnerability that’s used by the new jailbreak.