Is Google The New Grammarly?
Google Search now offers a grammar check feature, helping users improve language accuracy. Users can enter a sentence with terms like "grammar check" or "check grammar" to get suggestions and corrections if needed. However, Google warns that the tool might not always be entirely accurate, especially for partial sentences. Users can provide feedback on the feature's performance. Google has also introduced new search features to enhance user safety and privacy, such as blurring explicit content and notifying users when their private information appears online.
Technology Is Not A Luxury Today, But A Necessity And This Proves That
The Ferris Lions Club has generously donated iPads and JBL speakers to Cassellholme, enabling seniors to connect with their loved ones and enjoy music therapy and interactive games. According to the club, technology opens many doors for seniors, improving their emotional well-being and overall health. The initiative aims to create stronger bonds among residents and enhance their quality of life.
There’s Profit In The Cards For SoftBank Group
SoftBank Group set to return to profit as tech stocks rebound. After facing losses due to slumping Vision Fund portfolio and selling Alibaba stake, the return to profit may ease pressure on CEO Masayoshi Son, known for aggressive bets on startups. Investors await news on Arm's potential blockbuster listing, which could provide a cash injection. Analysts anticipate an uptick in new deals as public valuations in tech rise.
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