Commuting to work is passé and employers are embracing the brave new world of remote work
Beta runs on WebView2 engine and includes cookie permissions skip function
Intel is reportedly prepping new AI-accelerating x86 chips for Windows 12
But Ampere is making the most gains
Works with RTX 40 and 30 Series GPUs
Service lets minors assign hashes to automatically and proactively take down images on participating platforms
Windows 11's system requirements aren't changing
The drones are intended to provide support functions rather than combat
A quick registry tweak can remove the annoying Windows 11 unsupported PC message
The former Windows-exclusive framework is growing in ambition and scope
Several AI tools created the visuals used to accompany Hollens' vocals
The LLaMA model will provide greater access to infrastructure-constrained AI researchers
Games and social media apps are the worst offenders
AMD's latest graphics driver improves RX 6000 series performance, adds support for Company of Heroes 3 and Atomic Heart, and fixes the problems from their previous release.
Why it matters: While there hasn't been a whole lot of groundbreaking 5G news on the consumer front for some time, it's clear there's a whole lot of work and innovation happening in another part of the 5G ecosystem: infrastructure. There's growing activity from traditional "compute" industry vendors eager to make an impact on the telco world. Everyone from chip companies like AMD, to server hardware manufacturers such as Dell, to software houses like Red Hat are doubling down on their efforts to help disrupt the market.
Microsoft is trying just about anything to get users off of Chrome
The new side hustle is to task an AI to write a book, then go sell it on Amazon
A hot potato: In case you haven't noticed, ChatGPT and machine-learning AI, in general, have been hot topics lately, with opinions swinging positively and negatively. On one side are proponents that think generative AI systems are the best thing since sliced bread and should be used for everything from constructing "original" images to writing poetry. Opponents passionately argue that these applications tread on the rights of creatives who put days, weeks, and months of work into their respective arts.
Microsoft may start more aggressively blocking older CPUs from running Windows 11
Facepalm: Users have been circumventing Windows 11's controversial system requirements since the OS first launched, and Microsoft has held an executioner's sword over the "unsupported" PCs' heads ever since. A recent update suggests Redmond may finally bring it down soon.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman warns that the world might not be far from "potentially scary" artificial intelligence
What just happened? It's understandable why many people are concerned about artificial intelligence becoming a threat to humanity; Hollywood has pumped out plenty of movies about rogue AIs over the years. But when a warning that the world is close to "potentially scary" AI comes from Sam Altman, the CEO of ChatGPT creator OpenAI, maybe it's time to listen.
Why it matters: Despite holding a 65% share of the global desktop-browser market share, Chrome still has a reputation for being a massive resource hog that consumes memory and battery life like there's no tomorrow. But Google is now rolling out a previously announced set of features that should help to address these issues.
Carnegie Mellon engineers made an AI-powered robot that manually paints pictures from text, audio, and visual prompts
Will the real DALL-E please stand up