Please give me all your money
After losing key advertisers like Apple, IBM and Disney with his superior management skills, Elon [look at me] Musk is trying to interest small to medium-sized businesses to advertise in his social notworking business X.
Market returning to normal
Beancounters at Jon Peddie Research have added some numbers and divided by their collective shoe size and decided that the GPU market is starting to return to its former glories.
Just as well Russian and China have no ambitions
The UK's most hazardous nuclear site, Sellafield, has been hacked into by cyber groups closely linked to Russia and China.
It does not matter what it is, it is one of these now
A recent Windows 10 and 11 update renames everyone's printers to "HP LaserJet M101-M106" regardless of the model.
Collecting far too much data
A survey by a US senator of 14 car makers has shown that they are collecting more user data than many car owners are aware.
Tame Apple Press really believes that is a good thing
Fruity cargo cult Apple has released another update for iOS, just weeks after releasing its 17.1.1.
White House warns
US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo warned Nvidia against redesigning AI chips for China that manoeuvre around export restrictions.
And closing fast
Chinese chip houses Loongson and CXMT have been showing off some chips which should be putting the fear of the Middle Kingdom into Western chipmakers and the US government.
Employers can make you work when you nod off
Start-up Prophetic claims it has developed a headpiece which will allow people to work when they are having a lucid dream.
Move over generation Z boomer code has beaten you
In a preprint research paper titled "Does GPT-4 Pass the Turing Test?", two researchers from UC San Diego pitted OpenAI's GPT-4 AI language model against human participants, GPT-3.5, and ELIZA to see which could trick participants into thinking it was human with the greatest success.