- As Temu shakes up global ecommerce, PDD nears overtaking Alibaba
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- JetBrains State of Developer Ecosystem 2023: Key Findings and Insights
- It’s official: Evernote will restrict free users to 50 notes
- Robinhood brings its stock-trading platform to the U.K., its first international market
Monthly Archives: October 2023
The gaming industry has been on a rollercoaster ride — from top-titles to layoffs. On one hand, record-breaking sales from titles like “Hogwarts Legacy” and “The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom” have made headlines. On the other, the … Continue reading
Recent U.S. export controls have put Nvidia, a leading AI company, in a tight spot. The new regulations may force Nvidia to cancel billions in chip orders to China for the upcoming year, potentially stalling the progress of Chinese tech … Continue reading
Trade unions and human rights groups have accused the UK government of marginalizing workers in the artificial intelligence (AI) safety summit scheduled for this week. In an open letter sent to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Monday, over 100 organizations … Continue reading
A significant move against hackers is underway as 40 countries, led by the U.S., prepare to sign a pledge. According to Reuters reporting, this commitment aims to halt ransom payments to cybercriminals and dismantle their funding mechanisms, according to a … Continue reading
The UK government has revealed its definitive guidelines for the cryptocurrency sector, with intentions to enact legislation in stages, commencing in early 2024. The recently established rules will bring pertinent cryptocurrency operations under the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) control, adhering … Continue reading
WeWork is on the verge of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New Jersey, according to sources cited by The Wall Street Journal. If WeWork does indeed file, it shouldn’t come as a shock to close followers of the flexible … Continue reading
The Federal Aviation Administration has finished a key portion of the launch license review for SpaceX’s Starship, bringing the company one step closer to a second launch. Regulators said Tuesday that they completed a safety review focused on how a … Continue reading
AMD is one of the few chipmakers capable of making the kind of high-end graphics processing units (GPUs) needed to train and deploy generative AI models
Google’s Vulnerability Reward Program offers up to $31,337 for discovering potential hazards. Google joins OpenAI and Microsoft in rewarding AI bug hunts.
Joe Biden’s new executive order is billed as the biggest governmental AI plan ever. Unless he can convince a dysfunctional US Congress and overseas rivals to play along, its effects will be limited.