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AI is coming for big pharma

AI is coming for big pharma

If there’s one thing we can all agree upon, it’s that the 21st century’s captains of industry are trying to shoehorn AI into every corner of our world. But for all of the ways in which AI will be shoved into our faces and not prove very successful, it might actually have at least one useful purpose. For instance, by…
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Google Chrome for Windows is finally getting native Arm support

Google Chrome for Windows is finally getting native Arm support

A large downside to Windows PCs with Arm64 processors like Microsoft's own Surface Pro 9 5G has been a lack of native support for Chrome, the world's most popular browser. Now, Google has finally released a Chrome Canary beta version that fully supports the Arm64 architecture, Windows Central has reported. The new version should significantly accelerate Chrome performance on Arm64 PCs,…
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Engadget Podcast: The Mac turns 40

Engadget Podcast: The Mac turns 40

Apple’s Mac just turned 40 years old! This week, Devindra chats with Deputy Editor Nathan Ingraham about his Mac retrospective. We focus on how much has changed since Apple’s disastrous 2016 lineup, why the Apple Silicon chips feel so revolutionary, and look back at our earliest Mac experiences. Also, we review the Framework Laptop 16, a wonderfully modular miracle of…
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The Xbox Series S is just $230 right now

The Xbox Series S is just $230 right now

If you weren't able to get the Microsoft Xbox Series S at a discount this past holiday season, you may want to check out Dell's website. The digital media-only console is currently on sale for $230, down $70 from its retail price of $300. While it can't play disc games, your $230 will get you 512GB in SSD storage and…
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GM’s Cruise is being investigated by the DoJ and SEC following a pedestrian accident

GM’s Cruise is being investigated by the DoJ and SEC following a pedestrian accident

GM's driverless Cruise division is under investigation by both the Department of Justice (DoJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), The Washington Post has reported. The probes follow an incident last year in which a jaywalking pedestrian was struck by a Cruise autonomous vehicle and then dragged 20 feet, worsening her injuries.At the same time, yesterday Cruise released its own…
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23andMe’s data hack went unnoticed for months

23andMe’s data hack went unnoticed for months

In late 2023, genetic testing company 23andMe admitted that its customer data was leaked online. A company representative told us back then that the bad actors were able to access the DNA Relatives profile information of roughly 5.5 million customers and the Family Tree profile information of 1.4 million DNA Relative participants. Now, the company has revealed more details about…
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