Netflix is getting serious about its password sharing procedures. Users in the US are now receiving emails from Netflix, repeating the new policies and warning that anyone using accounts outside their home will soon be cut off. US users who wish to continue sharing the password will have to pay a fee. To use an account out of home, it now costs $7.99 per month. That’s just $2 less than a separate basic Netflix subscription and $1 more than an account running ads.
Apple is expanding its chip supply agreement with Broadcom in a multi-year, multi-billion dollar deal. This is while Apple continues its efforts to move more of its business in-house. The agreement is called a victory for “Building American”.
On Tuesday, the country’s top health official issued a public warning about social media. Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy notes that although it can be beneficial for some people, the effects of social media on adolescent mental health are not fully understood. He wrote: “There are ample indications that social media can also carry profound risks of harm to the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.”
New research from Brainly reveals that students don’t race to cheat using generative AI. In a recent study of 784 high school students across America, 62% of the students said that AI helps explain answers to difficult questions. The new tool helps students develop a deeper understanding of their schoolwork.