We Tried the Apple Vision Pro + Can Congress Protect Kids Online? + Cruise's Crash
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Apple's highly anticipated Vision Pro headset is finally available for purchase in stores. Tech journalists Kevin Roose and Casey Newton got the chance to test out the headset and determine if it lives up to the hype.
"The Vision Pro headset offers an immersive virtual reality experience, with impressive graphics and a comfortable design," said Casey Newton.
During a congressional hearing on child safety and social media, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, issued a public apology to the families of victims of online child abuse. This apology comes as lawmakers consider implementing new legislation to address the issue.
"I want to express my deepest apologies to the families affected by online child abuse. We take this issue very seriously and are committed to doing better," said Mark Zuckerberg.
The recent collapse of Cruise, an autonomous vehicle company, raises concerns about the future of self-driving cars. The company's failure highlights the challenges and risks that arise in this emerging industry.
"The collapse of Cruise serves as a reminder that the development of self-driving cars is still a complex and evolving field," said Kevin Roose.
Read at www.nytimes.com
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