When everything else fails, just embrace the digital pirate's way of life
Would you really expect anything else?
Check and see if an update turned VBS back on
Is this finally the kind of digital assistant we've always wanted?
Russian hackers have been hard at work exploiting the latest Outlook zero-day flaws
Why it matters: OpenAI launched GPT-4 this week, an update to its popular language model and technology that aims to improve precision and is designed to act as an underlying engine for chatbots, search engines, online tutors, and more. GPT-4 is now available to paid subscribers and there's a waitlist to use the model via API. Furthermore, the AI race is on, with "AI startups" raising funds like there is no tomorrow and big tech companies like Google scrambling to make it known that they are not so far behind.
Chat, perform searches, summarize webpages, draft content, find related resources and more from the browser's sidebar
Microsoft signs another 10-year Call of Duty distribution deal to sway regulators on Activision Blizzard deal
Regulators are still reviewing the acquisition
ChatGPT was made possible thanks to tens of thousands of Nvidia GPUs, which Microsoft is now upgrading
Microsoft used hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Nvidia A100 GPUs and is now upgrading to H100s
If successful, the technology would support Microsoft's pledge to become carbon negative by the year 2030
"It feels good to be at the dance"
Bethesda's next big game falls out of its H1 2023 window
Microsoft's solution works on Nvidia and AMD graphics cards
Long-term licensing deals may alleviate concerns and save the merger
Intel is reportedly prepping new AI-accelerating x86 chips for Windows 12
New countries include Algeria, Bolivia, Cyprus, Egypt, Iceland, Qatar, Ukraine, and more
Windows 11's system requirements aren't changing
A quick registry tweak can remove the annoying Windows 11 unsupported PC message
All of those who immediately think "Duke Nukem Forever," please raise your hand
The former Windows-exclusive framework is growing in ambition and scope
Microsoft is trying just about anything to get users off of Chrome
Nvidia will support Microsoft's attempt to englobe the Call of Duty corporation
Microsoft may start more aggressively blocking older CPUs from running Windows 11