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When Baldur’s Gate 3 released this summer, its ending was one of the rare moments where praise for Larian’s take on the world of Dungeons & Dragons wasn’t united in effusive lauding. Abrupt, a … more
Mobile phone sales are rising, showing improvement in fourth quarter shipments despite an overall decline in 2023, according to the newly released International Data Corporation (IDC) … more
If you've recently seen a high-end Radeon RX GPU on Amazon for hundreds of dollars below its MSRP, it's probably a scam. Graphics card partner Sapphire has received reports of fraudsters selling … more
GUEST: It’s now two years since Facebook changed its name to Meta, ushering in a brief but blazing enthusiasm over “the Metaverse”, a concept from science fiction that suddenly seemed to be … more
Illustration: The Verge We still don’t know the whole story around the conflict between OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and the company’s board, but more and more is leaking out. A new … more
With generative artificial intelligence being the current inflection point, telcos are not being left out in the quest to operate at scale. Having worked with telcos for more than 10 years, … more
Genetic testing company 23andMe announced on Friday that hackers accessed around 14,000 customer accounts in the company’s recent data breach. In a new filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange … more
Electronic Arts made 5 accessibility tools available to all game devs, including 4 AI-focused patents and its IRIS photosensitivity test. more
We've spent months and years testing dozens of bed-in-a-box hybrid, foam, innerspring, and certified organic mattresses. more
Four years after its debut, Elon Musk hands over the first Cybertrucks to customers, but not before demonstrating its bulletproof doors, absurd acceleration and towing capabilities. more
One of the biggest new features dropping with iOS 17.2 is Apple’s much-anticipated Journal app. Despite being a bit simpler compared to some heavy-hitter journals … The post Why you should try … more
AI art generators did rely on human-made artworks — including likely some copyrighted artworks — to train their models. more
We're canceling our subscriptions, say librarians citing co-founder's views The Duke University Libraries have decided to stop using 37Signal's Basecamp project management software after almost a … more
Fisker, the California-based EV startup, cut its annual production guidance in an effort to free up $300 million in working capital, the company said in a business update Friday. Fisker said it … more
There’s a good chance you remember the deal from a couple of weeks ago for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 that took 25% off, gave you $1,000 off with trade-ins, upgraded the storage for free, and potentially … more
With the race for artificial intelligence supremacy long under way, many of the larger industry players are already scrambling to create and drive cutting-edge AI innovations across a slew of use … more
Bloomberg: An in-depth look at China's efforts to help Huawei build a self-sufficient chip supply chain via a network of enterprises backed by Shenzhen's investment fund  —  Less than … more
At AWS' annual re:Invent conference this week, CEO Adam Selipsky and other top executives announced new services and updates to attract burgeoning enterprise interest in generative AI … more
Image: Amazon Amazon is enlisting the help of one of its biggest rivals to shuttle its Project Kuiper internet satellites into space. The company will use SpaceX’s Falcon 9 … more
OpenAI’s app store for AI, the GPT Store, will not launch this year as previously announced, but rather on an unspecified date in early 2024, the company said. The delay is almost certainly due to … more
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