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No More YouTube Ads

Are you tired of the same old Christmas albums every year? Well, how about a TechLinked album instead? Picture this: a 35-minute long tech news themed cover of Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” Intrigued? Well, YouTube seems to be on board with a new ad format called pause ads, where an ad pops up as soon as you pause the video you’re watching. Because apparently, Tech Executives can’t stand the thought of anyone’s eyeballs going without fresh content for even a second.

But that’s not all, Qualcomm is making big claims about its arm-based laptop chips, with the Snapdragon X+ supposedly outperforming Apple’s M3. However, leaked benchmarks suggest otherwise, with Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Laptop 6 powered by a Snapdragon X Elite falling short against a Macbook equipped with an M3 Pro. Could Qualcomm be cheating on their benchmarks? Only time will tell.

And speaking of controversy, TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, is facing a deadline to sell the app or risk being banned in the US. But they’re not going down without a fight, as they prepare to sue the US government to block the legislation. Will TikTok survive, or will it go up in flames?

But amidst all the tech drama, there’s some good news too. The FCC has voted to restore net neutrality rules, Apple has open-sourced AI models, and Nintendo’s Switch 2 console is rumored to have magnetically attachable joy-cons. And let’s not forget about the high school principal in Baltimore who was suspended over a racist rant that turned out to be an AI deep fake created by the school’s Athletics director. Talk about a plot twist!

So, whether you’re into tech news, AI scandals, or just looking for a new pair of waterproof shoes, there’s something for everyone in the world of tech. And who knows, maybe one day we’ll all be listening to that TechLinked album while wearing our Vessi stormburst shoes, living in a world where AI can edit human DNA and create elephant babies. But until then, stay tuned for more tech updates and remember, the future is always full of surprises.

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