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Intel Reiterates: Next-gen Meteor Lake CPUs Aren’t Coming To Most Desktops

An anonymous reader shares a report: Intel’s Meteor Lake processor architecture promises to be its most interesting in recent history, but we’ve known for a while now that Intel isn’t planning to launch a version for socketed desktop motherboards like… Continue Reading →

The Llama Ecosystem: Past, Present, and Future

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Hackers are spoofing themselves as GitHub’s Dependabot to steal user passwords

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New York judge finds Trump committed fraud, orders cancellation of business licenses

A New York judge found on Tuesday that former President Donald Trump and his business associates committed fraud by lying about the financial valuation of various business assets from as early as 2011. In doing so, Judge Arthur Engoron granted… Continue Reading →

10 out-of-sight Google Pixel shortcuts worth surfacing

The funny thing about owning a Google Pixel phone is that you never know what interesting new treasures might be making their way into your world at any given moment.Most mere mortals never notice, but Google’s constantly sending out software… Continue Reading →

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Windows 11’s Next Big Update Now Available With Copilot, AI-powered Paint

Microsoft is releasing one of its biggest updates to Windows 11 today. It includes access to the new Windows Copilot, AI-powered updates to Paint, Snipping Tool, and Photos, RGB lighting support, a modernized File Explorer, and much more. From a… Continue Reading →

This week’s dead Google products: Google Podcasts, basic Gmail, and more!

Enlarge / Google is looking pretty dilapidated these days. (credit: Aurich Lawson) Google is killing off so many products lately we need to do a roundup or we won’t get anything else done today. First on the docket is the… Continue Reading →

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 →

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