OpenAI has thrown cold water on those hoping for an easy way to detect AI-generated content, saying such tools don’t work.
Amazon continues its foray into the health services market, making One Medical services available to Prime members for $9 per month.
Microsoft created a stir when it blocked its own employees from using ChatGPT, citing privacy and security concerns.
A bipartisan bill in the US House of Representatives would provide money for rural telecoms to replace equipment made by Chinese companies.
T-Mobile has officially abandoned plans to force customers to upgrade to more expensive plans following predictable blowback.
The State of Maine has disclosed it suffered a MOVEit data breach, one that has impacted some 1.3 million individuals.
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Elon Musk has offered details on a meeting between tech leaders and lawmakers, saying there was “overwhelming consensus” in favor of AI regulation.
Cisco has killed off its Hyperflex hyperconverged infrastructure line of products, blaming a changing market.
Amazon continues to invest in generative AI, applying it to the task of creating product descriptions for sellers.
System76 has shared details on its upcoming Cosmic Desktop Environment (DE), saying it will be released in 2024.
Linux has been increasing its share of the desktop market, but 2024 promises a number of developments that could propel it to its best year yet.
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The hybrid work revolution is taking a toll on the real estate industry, with landlords increasingly defaulting on mortgages.
Austin’s dream of rivaling Silicon Valley may be ending as tech companies leave the city after once touting it as an escape from California’s taxes and legislation.
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Apollo developer Christian Selig is on to his next project, announcing an iOS widget to help users learn a new language.
The US Federal Trade Commission is continuing its efforts to block Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard purchase — despite it being a done deal.
Linux users are about to get a dubious upgrade, with a blue screen of death in the works.
Education has made many advancements in recent years and leveraging the use of technology is becoming a proven method to help students learn.
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Amazon is dropping support for Venmo as a payment option, although existing users can continue using it a few more weeks.
WhatsApp has rolled out disappearing voice messages, offering another privacy option for its users.
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Silicon Valley has a long standing of being the tech hub of America but this status is beginning to sway to a new destination as the allure of New York has many tech startups choosing the Big Apple instead.
IBM and Meta have launched an alliance to level the AI playing field and sponsor “open, safe, responsible AI.”
Microsoft is experiencing another embarrassing moment, with Windows apparently installing HP software unprompted.
A new upgrade is making Gmail much better at fighting spam, thanks to an innovation Google has been testing for the past year.
ExpressVPN has launched the first major VPN app for the Apple TV, giving users more control over their privacy and location settings.
The US is drawing a line in the sand for chip companies doing business with China, singling Nvidia out in particular.
Electric vehicles have a reliability problem, scoring far below conventional and hybrid vehicles, according to the latest Consumer Reports survey.
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