Month: February 2024

Apple’s electric car project is dead

Apple has halted its long-rumored project to create an electric car, according to Bloomberg. The company reportedly announced the news internally on Tuesday and said many people in the 2,000-person team behind the car will shift to generative AI efforts instead. Apple chief operating officer Jeff Williams and Kevin Lynch,…

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Netflix’s Mea Culpa is a Rotten Tomatoes disaster – watch these 3 thrillers instead

It’s fair to say that the reviews of Mea Culpa, the new Netflix thriller, aren’t being very kind. It’s currently sitting with a Rotten Tomatoes rating of just 15%, and while that’s only based on 13 reviews so far, it does appear that if this film were a bird, it’d…

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Five Eyes top agencies issue warning that Russian hackers are targeting the cloud — and the human factor is once again to blame

The Five Eyes alliance, formed of intelligence agencies from the UK, US, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, have issued a warning that Russian hacker groups are switching to cloud services as their choice of target. The joint advisory states that instead of attempting to access on-prem infrastructure, threat actors are…

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Pokemon Legends: Z-A for Switch returns the series to Lumiose City

In celebration of Pokémon Day (the first games launched on February 27, 1996), The Pokémon Company revealed the franchise’s latest “Legends” entry on Tuesday. Pokémon Legends: Z-A returns the series to Lumiose City, last seen as one of the regions in Pokémon X and Y on the Nintendo 3DS. The…

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The Humane AI Pin worked better than I expected — until it didn’t

Look, I’m a Humane AI Pin doubter as much as the next person. And I still think the wearable, AI-powered assistant suffers from a case of this-thing-could-have-been-an-app. But I finally got to spend a little face-to-face time with the pin this morning, and you know what? It’s a darn cool…

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The YouTube Kids app on smart TVs will stop working in July, and that’s a worry

One of the most parent-friendly things YouTube ever did was to create YouTube Kids, a stand-alone app for parents on the best smart TVs and mobile devices. But now it’s being shut down on TVs, according to a Google support page (via FlatpanelsHD). From July, you’ll need to give your…

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