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macOS 14 Sonoma: The Ars Technica review

Enlarge I was preparing to write an intro calling macOS Sonoma—version 14.0 of Apple’s desktop operating system, for those of you who can’t keep the ever-lengthening list of California codenames straight—a “low-key” or “small” release. Because it definitely feels that… Continue Reading →

Windows 11 23H2’s new features and version number are arriving separately

Enlarge / A PC running Windows 11. (credit: Microsoft) Today, Microsoft is beginning to roll out a major batch of new Windows updates, including its Copilot generative AI assistant, wide-ranging improvements for built-in apps, and other user interface tweaks. Normally,… Continue Reading →

Show HN: Ollama for Linux – Run LLMs on Linux with GPU Acceleration

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How to get the big Windows 11 update, with Copilot AI and other features

Today is a huge day for Windows 11 users, as it’s when Microsoft begins rolling out a major update for the new operating system, bringing the power of Copilot to Windows, as well as other new AI powered experiences to… Continue Reading →

Google Podcasts will die in 2024

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2023-09-26 14:50:01

Just heard from friends at Automattic that the Berkman blogs have been archived permanently on their servers. It’s great to have the legacy preserved. It was the first blog hosting at any university. All you needed was a harvard.edu email… Continue Reading →

Google Podcasts to shut down in 2024 with listeners migrated to YouTube Music

Google announced this morning it will be shutting down its Google Podcasts app later in 2024 as part of its broader transition to move its streaming listeners over to YouTube Music. The company earlier this year announced YouTube Music would… Continue Reading →

Google Is Retiring Its Gmail Basic HTML View In January 2024

Bill Toulas writes via Bleeping Computer reports: Google is notifying Gmail users that the webmail’s Basic HTML view will be deprecated in January 2024, and users will require modern browsers to continue using the service. After that date, all users… Continue Reading →

After the (Conference) Dust Has Settled

Blog post by Shay Elbaum, Reference Librarian, University of Michigan Law Library We’ve all ended conferences full of ideas and full of resolve to apply them in our work, only to lose track of them once things get busy again…. Continue Reading →

Amazon Restricts Authors From Self-Publishing More Than Three Books a Day After AI Concerns

Amazon has created a new rule limiting the number of books that authors can self-publish on its site to three a day, after an influx of suspected AI-generated material was listed for sale in recent months. The Guardian: The company… Continue Reading →

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