OpenAI Reportedly Hacked Last Year, Didn't Tell Anyone About It

From PC Mag: ChatGPT developer OpenAI reportedly suffered a breach last year involving a hacker who stole details about the company’s systems.

The hacker infiltrated an internal OpenAI forum where employees chat about the company’s technology, according to The New York Times, citing two sources...

Google Issues Warning To Pixel 6 Users Over New Bricking Bug

From Forbes: The chorus of people complaining about their Pixel 6 phones bricking after attempting a factory reset is growing. Google is now warning Pixel 6 users who want to factory reset their devices to do so in a particular way.

For the uninitiated, some Pixel 6, 6a and 6 Pro owners have been...

Nvidia to make $12 billion selling AI GPUs to China

From Tom's Hardware: Although the U.S. government has set rather tight restrictions on the performance of AI GPUs that can be shipped to Chinese entities without an export license by the Department of Commerce's Industry and Security Bureau, Nvidia's latest offerings tailored for the country are...

Facebook's Newest Monetization Experiment: Ads in Your Notifications

From PC Mag: A new advertising test at Facebook is turning the notifications lists of some users into yet another place for ads, as I discovered when I somehow got included in this test.

These paid promotions, listed with a "Sponsored" label amidst my usual notifications, started showing up in my...

Xbox Live Is Back Online After 'Major Outage'

From CNET: Xbox Live is back online. After an outage knocked out the gaming service for several hours on Tuesday, Microsoft's gaming platform is back in service. In a tweet posted on X Tuesday evening, the company confirmed its issues have been resolved.

When the service was down, gamers were...

MSI’s new gaming laptop is powered by a Ryzen X3D chip

From PC World: AMD’s Ryzen X3D processors, with their special sauce V-Cache for boosting gaming performance, are all the rage in the custom-built desktop space. But what if you want some of that power in a machine that fits in a backpack? Then you might want to check out the MSI Titan 18 Pro...

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