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The computing landscape is constantly and rapidly changing, which can be both exciting and baffling. An increasing number of us are either working from home or embracing hybrid ways of working, which means picking the best laptop for your needs is essential. Meanwhile, the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbots, such as ChatGPT and Google Bard, has given us a tantalizing glimpse of what the future of tech holds.
There’s never been a more exciting time in computing, so let us help you make sense of it all.
Reddit announced it would be removing user options to control how collected data is used by advertisers.
You won’t have to wait until next year for the Raspberry Pi 5 after all – the much-improved board will arrive in October.
Adobe has finally launched its web-based version of Photoshop, but it remains a too pricey alternative to Canva.
The rumor mill continues to insist that one Raptor Lake Refresh processor in particular will be excellent.
Updated Here's our breakdown of everything you need to know about the Meta Quest 3, from its features to price and release date.
OpenAI has reinstated ChatGPT's ability to search the web, which means it knows about recent facts and events.
The Meta Quest 3 demo I had ahead of Meta Connect 2023 has given me a taste of the new VR headset, and I’m hungry for more.
The new Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses will feature full Meta AI integration, which may or may not be a great thing.
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