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August 17, 2023
Lenovo Slim Pro 9i (14.5-Inch, Gen 8) Review: A Powerful Laptop
By Christopher Null | |
The touchscreen is a slightly oddball size at 14.5 inches
Google Tests an A.I. Assistant That Offers Life Advice
By Nico Grant | |
Earlier this year, Google, locked in an accelerating competition with
True Anomaly gets regulatory greenlight for first spacecraft reconnaissance mission
By Aria Alamalhodaei | |
Defense-focused space technology startup True Anomaly has received key permits
What’s changed in the US since the breakthrough climate bill passed a year ago?
By Casey Crownhart | |
In total, companies have announced over $76 billion in private
A Letter Prompted Talk of AI Doomsday. Many Who Signed Weren’t Actually AI Doomers
By Will Knight | |
This March, nearly 35,000 AI researchers, technologists, entrepreneurs, and concerned
Security basics aren’t so basic — they’re hard
By Matt Kapko | |
The basics of cybersecurity, it turns out, aren’t so basic.
YouTube Ads May Have Led to Online Tracking of Children, Research Says
This year, BMO, a Canadian bank, was looking for Canadian
Suncor CEO says company mostly recovered from June cyberattack
By David Jones | |
Suncor Energy executives said the Canadian energy giant has recovered
Inside a hate speech watchdog’s defense against Elon Musk, GOP allies
By Cat Zakrzewski | |
Comment on this storyCommentWhen the Biden White House attacked social
How to submit a guest column to TechCrunch
By Walter Thompson | |
Sharing hot takes, conventional wisdom and infographics won’t help you
AI in warfare, and US climate policies
By Rhiannon Williams | |
In recent years, intelligent autonomous weapons—weapons that can select and
The Best Hiking Gear (2023): Backpacks, Tents, and More
By Matt Jancer | |
REI Co-Op 650 Photograph: REIMen's Sizing, Women's SizingPuffy jackets can
Driverless Car Gets Stuck in Wet Concrete in San Francisco
By Michael Levenson | |
Driverless vehicles promise a future with less congestion and pollution,
BNPL vendor Splitit moves to go private in exchange for fresh funds
By Kyle Wiggers | |
As the buy now, pay later (BNPL) market continues on
The future of open source is still very much in flux
By Rebecca Ackermann | |
Christine Peterson, a futurist and lecturer in the field of
Fake Meat Is Bleeding, but It’s Not Dead Yet | WIRED
By Matt Reynolds | |
The plant-based industry has also struggled with claims that its
Can’t Hear the Dialogue in Your Streaming Show? You’re Not Alone.
By Brian X. Chen | |
“What did he just say?”Those are some of the most
Can’t Hear the Dialogue in Your Streaming Show? You’re Not Alone.
By Brian X. Chen | |
“What did he just say?”Those are some of the most
ChatGPT has a liberal bias, research on AI’s political responses shows
By Gerrit De Vynck | |
Comment on this storyCommentA paper from U.K.-based researchers suggests that
Armed with new execs, dLocal rebounds from a short seller attack in a big way
By Mary Ann Azevedo | |
Uruguayan fintech company dLocal saw its stock surge by over
Tech is broken—can collective action fix it?
By Patrick Sisson | |
“It’s so gross to view people like that—to see situations
15 Best Laptops (2023): MacBooks, Windows, Chromebooks
By Scott Gilbertson, Gear Team | |
Buying any laptop is a big decision. You may end
New York City Bans TikTok on Government-Owned Devices
By Sapna Maheshwari | |
New York City on Wednesday joined a wave of states
Acronym’s new computer with Asus is bonkers, but that’s the point
By Matthew Panzarino | |
How do you critique functional art? Do you base your