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[l] at 6/24/24 6:00am
I’ve received my first two Copilot+ PCs to review, and both are impressive products. I got a gorgeous HP EliteBook Ultra 14 and the Surface Laptop, 7th Edition, both of which have just started shipping. Let’s talk about Copilot+ PCs this week, and we’ll close with my Product of the Week, the best new electric car on the market. The post The Copilot+ PCs Arrive: My Initial Impressions appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Personal Computers, Tech Blog, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/18/24 6:00am
Microsoft aims to boost the PC market with artificial intelligence and Windows 11, but a collateral consequence of those moves could be an early trip to a landfill for many computers. The post Windows 10 End of Life Could Flood Landfills With E-Waste appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Hardware, Operating Systems, Personal Computers, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/17/24 6:00am
Over the last several weeks, we’ve had Google I/O, which highlighted the rollout of Google’s Gemini AI engine for smartphones; Microsoft Build, which focused on its Copilot+ rollout for PCs; and Apple’s WWDC24 video, which showcased the rollout of AI on both PCs and smartphones. Let’s explore these AI product rollouts this week. The post How Apple Outperformed Google and Microsoft in AI Rollout appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Tech Blog, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/13/24 12:40pm
Prior to WWDC24, AI meant artificial intelligence to most consumers. In classic Apple-esque fashion, we now know the Cupertino-based company wants to redefine AI as "Apple Intelligence." The post Apple Goes All-In on a Privacy-Based AI Experience appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Applications, Artificial Intelligence, Tech Blog, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/12/24 6:00am
Websites posing as local news outlets funded by partisan groups have surged past the number of sites of independent daily newspapers on the internet, according to a new report by a disinformation watchdog. The post ‘Pink Slime’ Sites Outnumber Daily Newspapers on the Web appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/11/24 6:00am
Apple's answer to the likes of Google Gemini and Microsoft Copilot, didn't exhibit many tricks not already seen on those other platforms, but it did excel in two areas: integration and privacy. The post Apple Intelligence Headlines WWDC24 Kickoff Event appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Applications, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/10/24 9:00am
Corporate employers often complain about graduates applying for IT jobs without any hands-on cyber experience. This gap drove officials at Bridgewater State University to create a unique cyber training program to fill that void. The post Bridgewater State Cybersecurity Program Sets Bar for Applied Training appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Cybersecurity, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/10/24 6:00am
I watched IBM Think last week. As I listened to IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, it struck me that we are not thinking AI through. We are throwing AI at everything without prioritizing where we need it to focus. The post Rethinking AI Priorities: Lessons From IBM Think and Intel’s Lunar Lake appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Tech Blog, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/5/24 6:00am
Intel raised the curtain Tuesday on some new tech it's banking will recoup some lost ground to its chip-making rivals. At the annual Computex expo in Taiwan, the company announced a new generation of processors for data centers, pricing on its AI accelerator kits, and the architecture for an AI PC chip. The post Intel Announces New Tech To Battle in AI Market appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Chips, Mobile Apps, Personal Computers, Servers, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/5/24 6:00am
Intel raised the curtain Tuesday on some new tech it's banking will recoup some lost ground to its chip-making rivals. At the annual Computex expo in Taiwan, the company announced a new generation of processors for data centers, pricing on its AI accelerator kits, and the architecture for an AI PC chip. The post Intel Announces New Tech To Battle AI in Market appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Chips, Mobile Apps, Personal Computers, Servers, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/4/24 6:00am
An effective approach to children’s online safety needs to strike a balance between protecting kids' user privacy and free speech, as well as distributing responsibility to the government, online services, and parents, according to a new ITIF report. The post Balance, Not Mandates, Needed To Keep Kids Safe Online: Report appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Internet, Mobile Apps, Privacy, Security, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/3/24 9:00am
Cybersecurity firm DataDome estimates that 4 billion cyberattacks will be launched during the games, primarily targeting businesses in adjacent industry sectors. The post Gearing Up for the 2024 Olympics: Bring Your Cyber-Protection Game appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Cybersecurity, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 6/3/24 6:00am
When we talk about AI, we typically focus on productivity, but our real problem is poor decision support, not the lack of productivity or performance. The post Our Entire Approach to AI Is Flawed appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, IT Leadership, Tech Blog, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/29/24 6:00am
Google is joining the AI laptop party by integrating new smart features into its new generation of Chromebook Plus computers. The new features include "Help Me Write," AI-generated videoconferencing backgrounds, Magic Editor for photos, and direct access to Google's gen AI agent Gemini directly from a Chromebook's home screen. The post Google Joins AI Laptop Party With Chromebook Plus appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Personal Computers, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/28/24 12:50pm
While the overall market seems obsessed with how the likes of Apple and Google are battling over AI and its comprehension into its smartphone, PC, and tablet operating systems, Infineon has quietly played a leadership role in putting the pieces in place to optimize AI at the edge in the IoT space. The post For Infineon, AI Is the Key to IoT’s Potential appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Home Tech, Internet of Things, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/27/24 6:00am
Having Google I/O immediately followed by Microsoft Build, with both conferences focused on AI, provided an interesting contrast between the two companies’ approaches to AI. Microsoft is all about PCs for AI integration, while Google is all about smartphones. The post Microsoft Hits Hard With AI, but Is the PC the Right Platform? appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Tech Blog, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/22/24 6:00am
How should policymakers handle the many concerns raised by the introduction of artificial intelligence into society? The Center for Data Innovation has some answers to that question. The post Think Tank Issues Guidance for AI Policymakers appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, IT Leadership, Tech Buzz, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/21/24 6:00am
A study released Tuesday by digital risk protection solutions company Memcyco found that nearly three-quarters of businesses have deployed a digital impersonation protection solution to avert online scams, but 6% of those organizations are satisfied that it protects them and their customers. The post Website Impersonation Scams Surge, Solutions Fall Short: Study appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Cybersecurity, Internet, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/20/24 6:00am
Microsoft blindsided Google with Copilot on search but failed to market the advantage successfully or advance it significantly enough to avoid a huge pushback from Google. That pushback happened last week at Google I/O, and it was an impressive showing. The post Google I/O: Did Microsoft Just Become the New Netscape? appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Tech, Tech Blog, Tech Buzz]

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[l] at 5/16/24 6:00am
Cat-phishing, using a popular Microsoft file transfer tool to become a network parasite, and bogus invoicing are among the notable techniques cybercriminals deployed during the first three months of 2024, according to the quarterly HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report. The post Cat-Phishing, Living-Off-The-Land, Fake Invoices Top Q1 Cyberthreats: Report appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Cybersecurity, Hacking, Malware, Privacy, Uncategorized]

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[l] at 5/15/24 6:00am
As with any large company in a rapidly evolving industry, the question of an "identity crisis" can be multifaceted, involving public perception, market positioning, and internal strategy. This discussion explores whether MediaTek is experiencing such a crisis and, if so, what the implications might be. The post Does MediaTek Have an Identity Crisis? appeared first on TechNewsWorld.

[Category: Chips, Tech Blog, Technology, Uncategorized]

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