In a groundbreaking development that signals a shift in how artificial intelligence (AI) is managed at the national level, the US government, through the Defense Production Act, is setting up new measures to oversee the development of foundational AI models. This new directive, which requires AI powerhouses like OpenAI and Google to report their advances, brings the rapidly evolving field of AI under closer governmental scrutiny.
In a pivotal move, Apple, the tech giant renowned for its walled-garden ecosystem, is poised to open the gates. The buzz in the tech community is palpable: sideloading, a term that might sound like jargon, is set to become a household word among iOS users in the European Union. But what exactly is sideloading, and why is it stirring up such a commotion?
If you’re a Mac user, you’ve likely encountered a situation where you’ve downloaded an installer package (*.pkg file) only to be met with a message saying, “can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malware.” It’s a common hiccup in the Mac experience, especially when you’re dealing with software from smaller developers or less mainstream sources. But don’t worry, there’s a simple way around this that doesn’t involve any tech wizardry.
Elon Musk has just killed Larry the Twitter bird, and replaced him with the single letter ‘X’.
Musk seems determined to kill Twitter itself, or at least to drag it down to such a spectacular loss that he will be able to greatly reduce his income taxes. That would be the perfect plot for a story about a diabolical genius who both wants to take down Twitter and reduce his taxes on his 2023 or 2024 tax returns, wouldn’t it?
Curious minds are buzzing around Meta’s newest venture: Threads. This Twitter-competitor is yet another addition to Meta’s social media empire and our readers have been itching to know more. What is Threads? How does it work? And how does it compete with Twitter? Rest assured, we’ve got the answers.
The social media giant, Meta, is on track to expand its boundaries, eyeing a new opportunity in the app distribution domain. This move will pave the way for Meta to potentially rival tech behemoths Google and Apple’s app stores. Specifically, the company is developing plans to allow Facebook users within the European Union to directly download apps via Facebook ads.
Apple’s macOS is lauded for its intuitive user interface, offering even the most novice users a comfortable and easy computing experience. However, beneath this user-friendly facade lies an extensive ecosystem of features and tools that, when properly utilized, can significantly enhance productivity and streamline workflows. This guide will serve as your roadmap in your journey to becoming a power user of the Mac, providing you with an in-depth look at the strategies and techniques you’ll need to harness the full potential of your Mac.
At the intersection of technology and creativity, there’s a marvelous playground where one can find a multitude of novel applications. One such entrant is ‘Midi Touchbar’, an innovative application crafted by the inventive mind(s?) of Urban Lienert. The brilliance of this application is that it pushes the boundaries of traditional musical composition and performance by reimagining the utilization of our everyday tech gadgets.
The digital realm is teeming with applications designed to boost productivity and streamline work processes. A new entrant to this productivity toolbox is the Mac app ‘Day Progress’, which aims to help you visualize the remaining hours in your day. This simple yet powerful concept might be the productivity boost you need – provided you can handle the constant reminder of the ticking clock.
Greetings, Internet Patrollers! We’re back with yet another tech scoop. Tesla CEO, SpaceX’s chief, and Twitter owner Elon Musk recently declared at the VivaTech conference in Paris that a Twitter video app for smart TVs is on the horizon. This piece of news has stirred up quite the buzz in the tech world, as the app will provide a direct link between the social media platform and our living rooms.
Reddit Blackout Explained: Thousands of Subreddits Go Offline in Protest Against Reddit’s New Pricing Policy for Third-Party Apps
Imagine this: thousands of the discussion rooms on the social platform Reddit, just like rooms in a gigantic virtual house, have decided to switch off their lights and close their doors. They’re planning to stay this way for a full 48 hours, to protest against a new move by Reddit to start charging third-party applications for something called API access.
Spotlight, Apple’s built-in tool for searching through apps and files, has been the go-to option for most Mac users. But for power users seeking more control and access to shortcuts and tools, alternatives like Alfred have been popular choices. However, there’s a new contender in town called Raycast that has been gaining attention in the community, offering a compelling set of features that make it a strong competitor to Alfred.
So, gather round, all you photo fanatics wielding your iPhones, ready to capture life’s vibrant spectrum with a quick click. You know who you are, yes, the ones meticulously editing every photo to perfection. Picture this (pun totally intended) – iOS 16 has arrived, and with it comes a magical little trick that might just make you fall off your swivel chair.
OpenAI’s artificial intelligence model, ChatGPT, has made its way onto the iPhone, raising fresh concerns about user privacy. Critics have cautioned consumers to think twice before sharing personal information with the app, as anonymized data may still potentially be linked back to individuals.
F-Secure Total for Mac has been making headlines lately, but unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons. Reviewers have been left apprehensive about its overall protection, with substantial room for improvement, particularly when compared to its Windows counterpart. In this review, we’ll go over the pros and cons of F-Secure Total for Mac, what features it offers, and how it performs.