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March 14, 2024


Apple Suddenly Unveils New Details That Will Change The iPhone Forever

In response to the Digital Markets Act in the European Union, an Apple rule change updates how app marketplaces will work on the iPhone. These changes are for EU residents now, but governments around the world will be looking closely to see if they should …

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CBS News

SpaceX cleared to launch Super Heavy-Starship rocket on third test flight today

The flight follows formal clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration, issued late Wednesday, that concluded “SpaceX met all safety, environmental, policy and financial responsibility requirements.”.

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Google DeepMind’s Latest AI Agent Learned to Play Goat Simulator 3

That might seem an unlikely venue for the next big leap in artificial intelligence, but Google DeepMind today revealed an AI program capable of learning how to complete tasks in a number of games, including Goat Simulator 3.

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The Verge

OpenAI’s Sora text-to-video generator will be publicly available later this year

You’ll soon get to try out OpenAI’s buzzy text-to-video generator for yourself. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, OpenAI chief technology officer Mira Murati says Sora will be available “this year” and that it “could be a few months.”.

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Fast Company

This new e-bike is the nicest one I’ve tried yet

E-biking is a joyful, practical form of transportation—and Gazelle’s new Eclipse pulls out all the stops to make it both comfy and adventurous. … Writing about e-bikes isn’t as much fun as riding one, but it’s still fun, so I’m always happy to seize the …

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The Washington Post

This company intends to be the first to mine the moon

Specifically, Interlune is focused on Helium-3, a stable isotope that is scarce on Earth but plentiful on the moon and could be used as fuel in nuclear fusion reactors as well as helping power the quantum computing industry.

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Epic Games says Apple violated App Store injunction, seeks contempt order

The companies have been battling in court since 2020, when Epic accused Apple of violating antitrust law by requiring consumers to obtain apps through its App Store, where it charges app developers up to 30% commissions on in-app purchases.

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I Tried Aescape’s Robot-Arm-Powered Massage Table—and Loved Being in Control

The Aescape has robot arms designed to deliver a custom spa-like massage—all for $60. Collage of robotic massage experience. Left image …

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh tech startup raises $16 million for power saving chips

As Nvidia tops charts with a record $2 trillion evaluation for making the computer chips that power AI, a Pittsburgh startup is hoping to carve out its own piece of the chip pie by focusing on power. Specifically, reducing the power that chips need to …

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Our favorite mechanical keyboard maker has a handful of picks for almost 50% off

In the world of keyboards, mechanical models tend to stand out among the best money can buy and out of those, Keychron’s options have proven to be some of the best mechanical keyboards we’ve tried. Right now, a ton of Keychron keyboards are on sale …

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