Latest tech news headlines

 Latest tech news headlines for June 11, 2023

  • Google to pay verified creators for ads in replies, Musk says: Twitter CEO Elon Musk has said that the company will pay verified creators for ads that are replied to by other users. This is a new way for creators to make money on Twitter, and it could help to encourage more people to use the platform.
  • Netflix sign-ups jump as U.S. password sharing crackdown kicks off: Netflix has reported a surge in sign-ups in the United States, as users have rushed to sign up before the company's new password sharing crackdown takes effect. The crackdown will go into effect on June 15, and it will require users to pay an additional fee if they want to share their account with someone who lives outside of their household.
  • Volvo debuts EX30 electric SUV, its smallest, quickest model yet: Volvo has unveiled its new EX30 electric SUV. The EX30 is Volvo's smallest and quickest electric SUV to date, and it is expected to be a popular choice for city dwellers. The EX30 has a range of up to 200 miles, and it can be charged from empty to full in just 30 minutes.
  • AI for stronger passwords?: Researchers have developed a new AI system that can generate stronger passwords. The system, called PassGAN, can learn the patterns of human-generated passwords and then generate new passwords that are more difficult to crack. PassGAN could be used to help users create stronger passwords for their online accounts.
  • Spotify to soon offer personalized playlists even in offline mode: Spotify is testing a new feature that will allow users to create personalized playlists even when they are offline. The new feature, called Offline Mode, will allow users to download their favorite playlists and songs so that they can listen to them even when they don't have an internet connection.

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