Apple's latest announcements, featuring the new iPhone 15 lineup and Apple Watch Series 9, elevate the art of the "intelligent refresh," combining innovative design with next-gen technology.
AI could have a huge positive impact on work/life balance, fair compensation, and turning companies into better workplaces. Still, too often, AI is positioned as a threat to employees instead of a benefit. Let's talk about the potential of AI to improve employee-employer relations and help executive...
Exploring the landscape of Linux desktop security, Jonathan Terrasi delves into the vulnerabilities of IoT devices, the focus on Linux servers for attacks, and why Linux remains a more secure albeit less popular operating system.
Qualcomm has three new platforms for handheld gaming, targeting various user needs. These innovations may redefine portable gaming, offering richer experiences and setting the stage for a potential holiday shopping craze.
How can we improve our approach to dealing with disasters like the recent Maui fire? Let's explore some potential solutions this week. Then we'll close with my Product of the Week, a new all-in-one desktop PC from HP for anyone who wants an easy-to-set-up-and-use desktop computing solution.
It's vital to equip our children with modern tools for success. Let’s look at some products and strategies to help them navigate today’s technological landscape as they return to school.
Intel announced its second-quarter 2023 financial results on July 27. After two quarters of reported losses, we now see profits, and AMD's financials indicate that its inroads into Intel's base may be slowing as Intel puts up more of a fight.
When comparing the Apple Vision Pro and Goovis G3 Max, the latter's broader compatibility and competitive pricing could make it the more attractive option despite Vision Pro's advanced features.
Tools like ChatGPT and Dalle-E illustrate the power and potential of generative AI in diverse sectors. However, concerns over false information propagation, IP infringement, and potential job loss underline the need for cautious progression and regulation.