Apple's iPhone Pro Shipments May Fall 20 Million Units Short of Estimates
Apple's iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max model shipments could miss market expectations by up to 20 million units in the holiday quarter due to labor unrest at a major Chinese factory, TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said. Reuters reports: Kuo is the latest to flag a hit to the world's most valuable company from protests over pay and strict COVID-19 curbs at the world's biggest iPhone factory, the Foxconn-operated plant in the central city of Zhengzhou. He trimmed his estimate for quarterly iPhone …
AWS adds AI features to Textract, Transcribe and Kendra
Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Tuesday added new artificial intelligence (AI) features to some of its services including Textract, Transcribe, Kendra, CodeWhisperer, and HealthLake. The new updates, according to the company, are expected to enhance AWS’ portfolio of AI services and lay at the top of its three-layer machine learning stack, which includes machine learning hardware and software libraries, and Amazon SageMaker —a fully managed ML development environment. To read this article in full,…
Binance poised for Japan expansion after buying local exchange Sakura
Binance’s sprawling empire is about to get bigger as it eyes expansion in Japan. The world’s largest crypto trading platform has acquired 100% of Sakura Exchange BitCoin for an undisclosed amount, a registered crypto exchange in Japan, the company said Wednesday. The announcement followed closely on the heels of Binance’s notice saying it had paused […] Binance poised for Japan expansion after bu…
Spotify Wrapped 2022 arrives with new features like your ‘Listening Personality,’ 40K+ Artist Messages
Bitcoin ‘rarely’ used for legal transactions, on ‘road to irrelevance’, say European Central Bank officials
South Korean prosecutors seek arrest warrants for Terraform Labs co-founder, investors and engineers
Women in IT: Progress in Workforce Culture, But Problems Persist
Women looking to build a career in IT still face multiple challenges, starting with a lack of support in their youth, but female IT leaders can act as mentors -- and inspiration.
2023 outlook: US will grow to be next battery battlefield
Battery makers have fired on all cylinders with expansion this year to meet the surging demand from EV manufacturers. Looking ahead to 2023, major Asian battery companies will keep leading the pack. The competition in North America will grow tense in the next few years as the US is determined to localize battery supply chains.
Samsung’s New GDDR6W Graphics Memory Rivals HBM2
Samsung's new memory features Fan-Out, Wafer-Level Packaging. (Image: Samsung) Samsung's innovation offers double the capacity, and bandwidth, in the same footprint as GDDR6. The post Samsung’s New GDDR6W Graphics Memory Rivals HBM2 appeared first on ExtremeTech .
Joe Concha: Democrats want old Twitter back because it shut down opposing views
Fox News contributor Joe Concha discusses actress Alyssa Milano's decision to stay on Twitter despite her opposition to Elon Musk and Don Lemon's claim that CNN was never liberal.
Liberal professor loses it over Elon Musk's Twitter polls: For the next poll he can 'shove it up his a--'
Top Kansas lawmaker Gene Suellentrop, who lost leadership post over drunk driving arrest, to leave Legislature
Amazon Wants to Review Your Sleep. (No, Thanks.)
The new Halo Rise studies your body and breathing and rates your restfulness, from “Poor” to “Great.” Who needs this?
Alzheimer's Drug Lecanemab Hailed As Momentous Breakthrough
An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: The first drug to slow the destruction of the brain in Alzheimer's has been heralded as momentous and historic. The research breakthrough ends decades of failure and shows a new era of drugs to treat Alzheimer's -- the most common form of dementia -- is possible. Yet the medicine, lecanemab, has only a small effect and its impact on people's daily lives is debated. And the drug works in the early stages of the disease, so most would miss out wit…
Apple Music launches new Replay experience; reveals 2022’s Top Charts
Beginning today, Apple Music subscribers can learn their top songs, artists, albums, genres, and more in a redesigned Replay experience.
How Mastodon and the Fediverse put social networks in the people’s hands
The Internet is getting weird again. Twitter’s recent stumbles under new ownership have surprisingly shined a quick light on the world of federated and decentralized social networking services, like Mastodon. These services are peer-to-peer or community-run networks, depending on the particulars. Federated services are services that are managed by individual organizations or “offices,” such as th…
5 DNS services to provide a layer of internet security
Having thorough IT security usually means having a layered approach. Basic antivirus, for instance, might catch PC-based malware once a user downloads it, but you could try to block it before it ever reaches the user device, or at least have another security mechanism in place that might catch it if the basic antivirus doesn’t. DNS-based filtering can do this! It can help stop users from browsing to malware and phishing sites, block intrusive advertising to them, and serve as adult content filt…
Today's Wordle Answer #529 – November 30, 2022 Solution And Hints
Today's Wordle might make you hit the books again, but if you're still racking your brain, we have some hints (and the answer) if you need the assist.
Will the government crack down on bots after Ticketmaster's Taylor Swift meltdown?
Congress is asking the Federal Trade Commission if it will enforce against bots after Ticketmaster blamed them for Taylor Swift ticket-sale disaster.
Pliocene-Like Monsoons Are Returning to the American Southwest
As carbon concentrations rise, conditions are becoming more like they were 3 million years ago, when the area was wetter and the rain was heavier.
What will happen next for Black Twitter?
Now that Elon Musk has bought the social media platform, some users fear a unique form of Black witnessing will be lost On Twitter – Black Twitter – Sydette Harry found people who resonated with her intersectional identities as a Black woman, a New Yorker, an immigrant and a member of the diaspora with family in England, Guyana and Trinidad. But she also found other affinity groups. Continue read…
Holocaust survivors offered DNA tests to help find family
The New York-based Center for Jewish History is launching a project offering DNA testing kits for free to Holocaust survivors and their children
China launches rocket carrying 3 astronauts to finish construction of space station, expand facility to maximum size
3 quick tricks for smarter Android sharing
Well, I'll be: We're currently on the cusp of 20-frickin'-23, somehow. And yet, moving info from your phone to your computer still creates a confoundingly complex conundrum for most of us mere mortals. To be fair, we've come a long way in the 14 years since Android's arrival on this humble ol' earth of ours. But when you want to transport some text from your Android device to your Windows or Mac computer — or, Goog forbid, beam a non-photo file from your phone to a computer whose operating syst…