Microsoft Announces New AI-Centric Laptops

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Microsoft has announced it’s latest release Copilot+PCs which will be personal laptops which are mainly AI-driven and will feature more involvement of AI in navigating your laptop.

The company revealed that the laptops will be “fastest, most intelligent Windows PCs ever” and that they will be 58% faster than the latest MacBook released, shooting a slight dig at competitors Apple.

It has now been over a decade since Microsoft released it’s groundbreaking “2-in-1” PC, Surface which is a laptop-tablet hybrid that can be used in either way depending on the circumstance. The brand of laptops has come in it’s own in the market and the new Surface Pro will be lightyears ahead of their predecessor due to further AI involvement.

Microsoft announced that the new laptop lines “will enable you to do things you can’t on any other PC. Easily find and remember what you have seen in your PC with Recall, generate and refine AI images in near real-time directly on the device using Cocreator, and bridge language barriers with Live Captions, translating audio from 40+ languages into English.”


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‘Solidarity’ March By Joseph Muscat Supporters On Court Day

'Solidarity' March By Joseph Muscat Supporters On Court Day
May 21 2024 Share

Supporters of former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat are organizing a solidarity march in Valletta on the day he faces criminal charges in court.

Muscat, along with others including Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri, will be charged on May 28 with money laundering, fraud, conspiracy, and participating in a criminal organization.

Magistrate Rachel Montebello will oversee the evidence compilation. The charges follow Magistrate Gabriella Vella’s inquiry into the Vitals hospitals deal, whose findings were forwarded to the Attorney General. Muscat has asserted his innocence and intends to prove the charges false.

In a recent interview on Labour Party radio, Muscat claimed that the whistleblower, an Indian national, only relayed hearsay about him, with no supporting documentation. He emphasized that no concrete evidence has been presented.

It was revealed that Muscat, Schembri, and Mizzi are suspected of receiving bribes from a €1 million political support fund managed by Steward Health Care. This fund was controlled by Accutor AG, a Swiss company that received €3.6 million from Steward during their acquisition of a 30-year concession for three Maltese state hospitals from Vitals Global Healthcare.

The inquiry, initiated by Repubblika in 2019, led to a police search of Muscat’s home in January 2022, where several electronic devices were seized. Muscat had unsuccessfully attempted to remove Magistrate Vella from the inquiry, citing a conflict of interest due to her relatives’ public criticism of him and concerns over inquiry leaks.


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Horse Riding & Workouts For PL Candidates In TV Show

Horse Riding & Workouts For PL Candidates In TV Show
May 21 2024 Share

In a new promo for a new reality TV show titled ‘Il-Kamp Politiku’, Labour Party EU Parliament candidates can be seen going for a horse ride and even in an outdoor workout.

Il-Kamp Politiku, which is set to premiere Monday 27th of May, aims at bringing the Labour candidates together and showcase their personalities to the Maltese public ahead of the European Parliament elections.

Labour’s nine candidates will be spending a weekend in a suite hotel together in this Grande Fratello style show, with the first episode airing on ONE TV at 8:20pm on 27th May.


Maltese Beaches Getting Prepped As Temperatures Soar

May 21 2024 Share

Clean Malta, the cleansing and maintenance division, have revealed that work has started when it comes to preparing new equipment specifically ladders and various other ‘furniture’ needed for safety and easier swimming.

Clean Malta which is a cleaning and maintenance division under the leadership of Director Ramon Deguara within the Ministry  for Tourism and the Parliamentary Secretary for Public Cleanliness.



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Photos posted by Clean Malta show many individuals hard at work installing and working on new ladders meant to make the beach experience easier and safer.

In recent weeks the Maltese temperatures have already soared to the high 20s which bodes well for a usual Maltese sunny and hot summer where most like to spend their free days at any of the various beaches the island has to offer.

They also revealed that the public can contact them for any help through the app Clean and Upkeep or call them on the number 1718.