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Report: NVIDIA Forms Custom Chip Unit for Cloud Computing and More

With its highly successful A100 and H100 processors for artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) applications, NVIDIA dominates AI datacenter deployments these days. But among large cloud service providers as well as emerging devices like software defined vehicles (SDVs) there is a global trend towards custom silicon. And, according to a report from Reuters,…

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Capsule Review: AlphaCool Apex Stealth Metal 120mm Fan

Alphacool, a renowned name in the realm of PC cooling solutions, recently launched their Apex Stealth Metal series of cooling fans. Prior to their launch, the new fans had amassed a significant amount of hype in the PC community, in part because of the unfortunate misconception that the entire fan would be made out of…

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WhatsApp will work with other chat apps in Europe, but only if you want it to

March 7th is nearly here, and it’s going to be a big day in Europe. All of the companies that have been designated as gatekeepers or operate gatekeeper services must implement changes that comply with the Digital Markets Act (DMA) requirements in Europe.We have primarily focused on Apple and iPhone sideloading, but there are other…

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Top 10 technology and ethics stories of 2023

As with 2022, Computer Weekly technology and ethics coverage continued with a focus on working conditions in the tech sector, looking, for example, at the experience of UK Apple workers attempting to unionise and the efforts of digital gig workers who train and maintain today’s much-hyped artificial intelligence (AI) systems. AI itself also took centre…

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AMD in 2023: year in review

We’re almost done with 2023, and as ever at TechRadar, it’s time to look back at how the various tech giants performed over the past year. In AMD’s case, we saw some inspiring new products introduced for its consumer processor and GPU ranges, and renewed gusto in its pursuit of AI.There were also shakier times…

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Meta really doesn’t want you to buy its ad-free subscription for Facebook and Instagram

Meta’s ad-free subscription is rolling out for Facebook and Instagram, but that doesn’t mean the company wants you to buy it. Tech. Entertainment. Science. Your inbox. Sign up for the most interesting tech & entertainment news out there. By signing up, I agree to the Terms of Use and have reviewed the Privacy Notice. Facebook…

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Unesco unveils seven-point anti-disinformation plan

Amid a wave of online mis- and disinformation centred on global flashpoint issues such as the climate crisis, attacks and wars in Gaza and Ukraine, and growing concerns that the critical 2024 USs presidential election will once again be tainted by malicious actors, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) has revealed a…

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ChatGPT’s next big feature might let you make your own GPT-4 chatbot

ChatGPT will soon celebrate its one-year anniversary, an important milestone for the innovation that redefined the tech landscape in 2023. We’ve witnessed the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots this year, and they’ve collectively been the biggest development in tech. ChatGPT has evolved considerably since its introduction, as OpenAI is fighting a fierce war with…

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Brave launches Leo, a free generative AI assistant more private than ChatGPT

Brave is a Chromium-based browser that limits tracking for personal ads and runs on its own Brave search engine. The company has been promoting user privacy as a core feature of its product. Privacy is also central to Brave’s new product called Leo, a three-month-old generative AI assistant built atop Anthropic’s Claude and Meta’s Llama…

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Ad-free Facebook and Instagram might just be bait, so people let Meta track them for ads

Meta announced a few days ago that it introduced new ad-free Facebook and Instagram subscriptions for the European market. The service will only be available in Europe, a region with stern privacy protections for users that force companies like Meta to comply with new regulations. Tech. Entertainment. Science. Your inbox. Sign up for the most…

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