The Swedish electronics company's CM-15 and TP-7 will bring you back to an era where tech products were quirky and fun... if you can afford them.
OpenAI’s board members, who are definitely not Effective Altruists, will determine when its created artificial general intelligence. It may or may not kill you.
A change to sign-in defaults on Google accounts deals a fatal blow to the passwords we love to hate, an update that could usher in the biggest change in the history of cybersecurity. So-called passkeys have replaced passwords as Google's default sign-in tool.
Opera One's innovative design makes AI an actually useful part of your web browser. Opera's Aria chatbot isn't just isn't running alongside your tabs, it works within them. A full redesign of the web browser is part of a broad new vision of the internet.
Windows borked a Chrome feature that helped change your default browse and harassed some users with popups every time they opened Chrome. It's part of Microsofts ongoing war on alternative browsers and the people who use them.
Google is going to block third-party cookies in Chrome, killing one of the main ways companies track you for targeted ads. To replace cookies, Google has a suite of tools it calls Privacy Sandbox, and a new test shows they work almost as well.
A new study answers one of AI's biggest questions: can we make ChatGPT play The Sims? Researchers whipped up a pixel-art game to test whether you can make an AI simulate human behavior. The AI-powered sprites interact, form memories, and even plan parties.
What's that Siri? A new attack uncovered by academic security researchers finds you can trick Alexa, Siri, and Google assistant to unlock doors, reads texts, disable alarms, and more. The attack plays voice commands at frequencies the human ear can't pick up.
Researchers at Stanford took down their Alpaca AI, a short-lived chatbot that harnessed Meta’s LLaMA AI. Alpaca went public last week, and came down shortly as costs went up and safety risks became more apparent.
There's a new ChatGPT app for Apple Watch users, and if Siri had feelings she'd be freaking out right now. You can talk to Petey using voice-to-text and hear it read back answers in a cute little robot voice.