Netflix will no longer allow customers share passwords for free, and it could be starting a trend for other streaming services. Sarah Saril, tech deals and streaming reporter at Insider, joined CBS News to discuss what the password crackdown means for users.
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Your iPhone can track your location wherever you go using Google Maps, Apple Maps and many other GPS services. Your iPhone then gives suggestions based on that history
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Few things went right for chip giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) in the fourth quarter. In the PC market, a dramatic tumble in demand that played out in the second half of 2022 transformed component shortages into gluts. Intel shipped PC central processing units (CPUs) at a rate that was about 10% below consumption throughout 2022, with that gap expanding in Q4 and expected to further widen in Q1 2023.
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ChatGPT creator OpenAI might be training its AI technology to replace some software engineers, report says
OpenAI has reportedly quietly hired hundreds of international contractors in the last 6 months to train its AI in software engineering.
Target’s first exclusive electronic’s brand, Heyday, is having a 50% sale on many of their products right now—and you may notice that a lot of these products have a striking similarity to Apple products. So if you’re in the market for an Apple-like product and don’t mind not having the real deal, this might be the time to give Heyday a shot. These deals are online-only.
According to a leaked antenna design document, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will include WiFi 6E connectivity, while the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will not.
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Given the fast-paced of the cryptocurrency market, it's essential to stay on top of the latest trends and news. One cryptocurrency that has recently gained traction is Aptos (CRYPTO: APT). Aptos is designed to provide a secure and reliable platform for digital asset trading and is supported by numerous exchanges.
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A camera mounted on a light pole took video of police beating Tyre Nichols. What to know about 'SkyCop.'
The Memphis Police Department has been using SkyCop cameras for more than a decade, according to the company's website.
The M2 Pro-equipped Mac Mini is a powerhouse in a small-form factor disguise. The $1,299 model offers tremendous performance for creators who don’t want to shell out $1,999 for a Mac Studio. But beware of Apple’s exorbitant upgrade costs for RAM and storage.
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'It's a failure for us': Migrants at the Southern US border are reportedly frustrated with the mobile app that's supposed to speed up asylum appointments
Migrants are reportedly grappling with tech issues on the CBP mobile app and are struggling to secure an appointment, the AP reported.
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Three months before ChatGPT debuted in November, Facebook's parent company Meta released a similar chatbot. But unlike the phenomenon that ChatGPT instantly became, with more than a million users in its first five days, Meta's Blenderbot was boring, said Meta's chief artificial intelligence scientist, Yann LeCun. "The reason it was boring was because it was made safe," LeCun said last week at a forum hosted by AI consulting company Collective[i]. He blamed the tepid public response on Meta being
Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) became the leading smartphone seller in China in Q4, despite Covid disruptions and economic slowdown. Apple accounted for nearly 24% of China's smartphone sales in the last three months of 2022, according to Counterpoint Research. In 2022, vivo retained the first spot with a 19.2% market share, followed by Apple at 18.0% and OPPO at 17.5%. Also Read: Apple Anticipates India Production Share To Rise 25% In Attempt To Diversify Base Beyond China Apple again impressed despi
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A smart display with virtual assistant integration makes like so much easier. Shop the most affordable, best for small spaces and more.
The one-day summit on startups will include advice and takeaways from top experts, plus opportunities to meet fellow founders and share your own entrepreneurial experiences. On the subject of travel, it's not too early to start thinking about this year's TechCrunch Disrupt 2023, which will take place in late September in San Francisco. Stripe eyes an exit: Mary Ann and Natasha write that fintech startup Stripe has set a 12-month deadline for itself to go public, either through a direct listing or by pursuing a transaction on the private market.
US colleges are banning TikTok on campus. But this popular TikTok creator is using hot spots and a sprinter van equipped with Starlink to work around the ban and reach his millions of followers.
Leon Ondiek (@leon.ond) told Insider it's a "small hurdle" but he is using various options to work around the wave of colleges banning TikTok.
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Save big on big-name brands like Samsung, Amazon, Tozo and more!
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It took just an afternoon for the market to forget about Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) confirmation that it's investing $10 billion into ChatGPT creator and parent company OpenAI. Microsoft reported sputtering overall growth and weakening profit margins as cloud-spending increases decelerated and PC and laptop sales decline. Beneath the noise of quarterly financial reports, though, Microsoft's move on OpenAI is an offensive strike against other public cloud giants like Amazon with its AWS and Alphabet's Google Cloud.
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Arizona State student-athlete Emily White scores a 9.925 on beam on Saturday, Jan. 28 in Tempe. Follow Pac-12 women’s gymnastics this season with the Pac-12 Now App. Download the Pac-12 Now App today and set alerts for Pac-12 women’s gymnastics to make sure you never miss a moment of the action. Pac-12 Now is available today in your app store for iOS, Android, and Apple TV.
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Our best overall pick, the Arlo Essential Doorbell, has a bunch of features—two-way audio, night vision, and motion sensors, to name a few—to keep you feeling safe.
With No Time To Die here, we have jumped back into classic James Bond movies by focusing on his best gadgets. It's an essential part of the James Bond screen experience – the cool, frequently lethal tech that helps Her Majesty's secret servant save the world. Bond may have used a standard issue geiger counter in Dr. No, but this black leather attaché case is the first true gadget of the franchise, establishing the trope of an everyday object loaded with lethal surprises.