Look into my eyes, not around the eyes... and you are out
AI, when not trying to bring down humanity, can scan the eyes and accurately predict a person’s risk of heart disease.
EU closes down another Apple money spinner
Anyone would think that the EU does not want Apple to make a ton of cash at the expense of its users -- it has now past a law that Jobs's Mob must use the same charger as everyone else and bring convience and cheaper prices to Apple fanboys.
White House powerless to stop it
Attempts by the White House to bring in a bill of rights for the age of algorithms has shown how weak elected governments are over the money and power of Big Tech.
Even if Ryzen 7000 only been out a week
AMD’s Zen 5 processors have already been seen by a lucky few developers even if ithe company's Ryzen 7000 CPUs have only been in the shops for a week.
You did not really invent it, deal with it
The US Supreme Court declined to hear Apple's bid to revive an effort to cancel three Qualcomm smartphone patents.
All your data can be fondled by cops on both sides of the big water
The Data Access Agreement (DAA), by which the US and UK have agreed how one country can respond to lawful data demands from police and investigators in the other is now up and running.
Forgot to tell followers that EthereumMax paid her $250,000 to promote them
Kim [All about the Bass] Kardashian has paid $1.26 million after being charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with unlawfully promoting a crypto investment scheme on Instagram.
Is there nothing AI can't do?
After decades of humans inventing new battery tech which for some reason never gets to market, it appears that the boffins have come up with a way of making AI do the job for them.
Data transfer speeds on show
The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), the industry body managing the USB standard, has come up with much simpler branding for USB-C cables and connectors.