Boom or Bust? Thinking About the AI Hardware Upgrade Cycle (Premium)

Most understand that on-device AI requires a powerful NPU to function properly, but there are other requirements that get less attention, like RAM and storage. And we must face the understandable reality of upsell: Some AI features will be limited to n… Continue reading Boom or Bust? Thinking About the AI Hardware Upgrade Cycle (Premium)

Apple Intelligence is Coming to iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia

Apple has concluded its big WWDC keynote today with the presentation of Apple Intelligence, a new set of generative AI features that will be integrated into iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia later this year.
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Apple Will Reportedly Launch a New Passwords app for iOS 18 and macOS 15

Apple will reportedly launch a standalone Passwords app on iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS 15 later this year.
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HP 960 Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard First Impressions

I may have finally found a replacement for my beloved Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard in the HP 960 Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard.
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Report: Apple is Bringing AI to Safari, Photos, Notifications, and More

Apple will reportedly announce a partnership with OpenAI at its WWDC conference and detail new AI features coming to iOS 18 and macOS 15 later this year.
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Think Globally, AI Locally (Premium)

In the 1990s, web browser upstart Netscape bragged about operating on “Internet time,” a term that roiled Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates so badly that he once sputtered that the only way to win that battle was for his company to ship new products at do… Continue reading Think Globally, AI Locally (Premium)