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Monthly Archives: September 2023
In this edition of Week in Review, we cover Tinder’s pricey new subscription, Amazon’s investment in Anthropic and the features of Apple’s next-gen AirPods.
Apple said that the new iPhones were running hot because of a combination of bugs in iOS 17, bugs in apps, and a temporary set-up period.
As tech companies begin to monetize generative AI, the creators on whose work it is trained are asking for their fair share. But so far no one can agree on whether or how much artists should be paid. A recent … Continue reading
Anduril is symbolic of a trend in which defense tech and venture capital dollars are no longer antithetic.
You’d better believe that Humane is going to milk the media hype cycle for all it’s worth. After all, the company’s been buzzy since it first engaged with the media – well before it offered the slightest bit of insight … Continue reading
OpenAI’s new image analysis update for its chatbot is both impressive and frightening. Here’s how to use it, and some advice for your experiments.
Despite return-to-office mandates, workers have made it clear that remote work isn’t going anywhere. Here’s how to make the most of it while keeping your boss (and yourself) happy.
Apple’s announced its entry into the VR market is boosting an industry that Meta has dominated for a number of years
“Hyperlocal e-commerce has been a harbinger of good times for twenty-first-century businesses, modern-age entrepreneurs, and contemporary consumers. They all have been left spellbound by the unbridled leaps it has made in the industry with the help of cutting-edge technology.” … Continue reading
While some millennials are unable to afford their rent, or keep up with the cost of living, not even mentioning the thought of buying property or a house, a younger cohort of new buyers are now stepping into the property market; Generation … Continue reading