Don't cha know he's toxic
While history will paint Sam Altman as a victim after his firing and reinstatement at by the OpenAI board, there might have been a lot more going on behind the scenes.
Fired her because Facebook didn’t like what she wrote
A prominent disinformation scholar has accused Harvard University of firing her to butter up Facebook and its current and former executives.
Before the COBOL cowboys die out
Biggish blue has a cunning plan to use AI to convert COBOL code into something a little more modern.
Claimed Beeper Mini was serpent in walled garden
Apple has spent a week of its time and energy trying to undo the work of a 16-year-old high school student who reverse-engineered Apple's messaging protocol, launching an interoperable Android app called "Beeper Mini".
And the modern games industry began
The first “modern” computer game Doom is celebrating its 30th birthday today.
L4S kills buffer bloat
Big companies are becoming more interested in the L4S stands for Low Latency, Low Loss, Scalable Throughput which should speed up the Internet for most users.
Samsung sets 2025 for 2nm and 2027 for 1.4nm
The big foundries are starting to gear up for 2nm processing.
Could last ten years
The iFixit team pulled apart the newest Fairphone 5 smartphone and awarded its highest score for repairability: 10 out of 10.
Are they too close for comfort?
UK competition watchdogs are investigating the relationship between the software King of the World Microsoft and AI company OpenAI.
Loyalty lock-ins might have been illegal
The UK's biggest mobile phone operators could face total damages of $4.15 billion following class-action claims that they allegedly charged 5 million existing customers "loyalty penalties" over 16-years.