Tech website CNET tried to use ChatGPT to write articles, but the quality and accuracy left much to be desired.
Verizon has the dubious distinction of being the only one of the top three wireless carriers to be losing customers.
Many of AT&T’s customers are in for a major disappointment, with the carrier’s mid-band 5G not supporting the majority of recent phones.
Dish Network managed to meet the FCC deadline requiring it to expand its 5G service to 120 cities by June 14, 2022.
Google’s Russian subsidiary is filing for bankruptcy in the wake of the company halting some business in the country and authorities seizing its assets.
Dish Network’s 5G ambitions are off to an ignominious start, with the company losing hundreds of thousands of phone customers, while still promising a major 5G expansion.
Intel’s efforts to catch up in the semiconductor industry are ahead of schedule, by as much as a full six months.
Dish Network reported its fourth-quarter results, and the numbers weren’t pretty as the company races to deploy its 5G network.
Apple crossed a major milestone Monday, becoming the world’s first company to cross the $1 trillion valuation.
Better.com CEO Vishal Garg has learned firsthand how he can do better in the future: Don’t do a mass layoff of 900 employees in a Zoom meeting.
Honor has introduced its new flagship phone, the Magic3, and its biggest feature is Google’s software.
Google senior executive Urs Hölzle has angered employees with his remote work plans, prompting calls of hypocrisy on the part of the company.
Google has unveiled a new tool designed to help employees decide where to work from and how it will affect their pay.
The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against Google, accusing the search giant of monitoring employees and firing them without just cause.
Ring has issued a recalled for some 350,000 2nd generation devices due to fire hazard.
The tests are in and the new iPhone 12’s “ceramic shield” screen appears to be the strongest iPhone screen yet.
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