It doesn’t look like Windows 11 is much faster than Windows 10

It doesn’t look like Windows 11 is much faster than Windows 10

The general crappiness of Windows updates is so well-known these days that it has become a bit of a cliched meme. They often don’t work and sometimes even harm device performance. It […]

What can ShowGPT teach us about ChatGPT?

Chances are you’ve heard of ChatGPT by now, but do you know anything about ShowGPT? ShowGPT is a website where ChatGPT users are logging and recording all of the favorite prompts they’ve […]

What is the OpenAI ChatGPT watermark?

OpenAI has begun discussing the possibility of using a cryptographic watermark in ChatGPT text output that it will make it easier to spot text that has been created by the AI chatbot. […]

Should Google be worried about ChatGPT replacing search engines?

With ChatGPT having been available online for nearly a month now, the early scenes of euphoria have died down. However, although many of the shouts of the revolutionary technology may have seemed […]

What is the difference between ChatGPT and GPT-3?

ChatGPT is an incredibly popular AI chatbot that has been taking the internet by storm since it launched at the beginning of December. However, the OpenAI chatbot is not the first generative […]

What is ChatGPT and how to use the AI tool effectively

ChatGPT is a new artificial language model developed by OpenAI, the makers of the DALL-E image generator. Unlike the latter, however, ChatGPT specializes in writing dialogue and texts. You can ask it […]

Hackers are using Google Ads for well-known apps to spread malware

In many ways, ads are a frustrating part of the internet’s current primary business operating model. However, beyond the annoying pop-ups and the industrial-scale collection of your personal and private data, there […]

Microsoft Excel update makes formulas more powerful and more accessible

Microsoft has rolled out several updates over the last month aimed at improving at fixing various features and issues. Of particular note are updates to Microsoft Excel’s famous formulas feature, which will […]

Microsoft 365 apps are getting a new joint feed

Microsoft 365 is a subscription-based service that provides access to a range of productivity tools and services, including Office applications like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as cloud storage and security […]

OpenAI is working on a quick and efficient 3D model-building tool

It has been an incredible year for consumer-facing AI and for OpenAI in particular. The likes of the text-to-image DALL-E 2 tool and the recent internet sensation ChatGPT chatbot have been grabbing […]

It looks like Microsoft Excel has a new Macro-like vulnerability

Microsoft started blocking certain macros in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint back in July, in an attempt to protect against cyberattacks targeting users across the Microsoft 365 apps. Unfortunately, however, as has been […]

Has the UK Government Just Made Sharing your Netflix Password Illegal?

It is not uncommon for streaming platform subscribers to share their passwords so that friends and family can access the content their monthly payments offer. In fact, back in 2017, Netflix was […]

Critically Severe Windows Vulnerability Discovered

In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware attack swept the globe, affecting computers that used Microsoft Windows. During the attack, users' files were locked and a ransom in Bitcoin was demanded in exchange […]

Microsoft Teams Premium Preview shows off some interesting new features

Interestingly, in the wake of recent EU scrutiny about anti-trust and anti-competitive practices, Microsoft has recently announced a new Teams Premium model, that is predicted to cost $10 every month per profile. […]

Epic Games fined half a billion dollars in privacy-based fiasco

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced on Wednesday that it will fine Fortnite developer Epic Games a total of $520 million for violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. The U.S. […]

Some Android app APIs have been putting users at risk

Rather worryingly, an analysis of 600 Android apps, which are available on the Google Play Store has found that around 50% of all the apps examined were leaking the API keys of […]

Did ChatGPT just turn us all into hackers?

We have examined all the hype surrounding ChatGPT, including looking at some of the interesting use cases people have been finding for it and highlighting some of the main risks and challenges […]

Google launches OSV-Scanner, a new open-source vulnerability database

Google has launched a new open-source tool designed to give open-source developers access to information that could help them stay on top of potential vulnerabilities that could affect their projects. The OSV-Scanner […]

Microsoft wants to settle with the EU on Microsoft Teams antitrust case

When you subscribe to Microsoft 365, you get a whole host of productivity apps and programs that can help you work on many different types of projects. You also get to use […]

What are lawmakers and regulators doing about AI?

AI has had a big couple of years. Hugely popular and genuinely impressive AI-based tools from Stable Infusion and DALL-E 2 to ChatGPT have captured the world’s imagination, with many of us […]

The dangers of AI as told by OpenAI’s CEO

It isn’t an exaggeration to say that ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. It took just 5 days for the Open AI chatbot to reach one million users, which is incredibly […]

Meta’s ad model may be about to change

While Meta may seemingly be unaware of its tarnished reputation when it comes to privacy, and happy to push invasive facial recognition protocols for seemingly benign reasons, the EU Data Protection Board […]

Annoying Windows 11 Dev Channel features we hope will get dropped

The Microsoft Dev Channel, otherwise known as the Windows Insider Program is a place for the software giant to test out and tweak new features that could be coming to its flagship […]

Amazon launches another controversial ad feature

Ads have been a fundamental part of the Web 2 experience. Pretty much all of the major web sites, products, and services are built, at least in part, off the profits they […]

Microsoft Teams adds new Communities feature

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic caused lockdowns around the world, the digital transformation of our everyday lives has been picking up the pace. One of the most recognizable aspects of this is […]

Facebook implements new facial recognition system

Facebook has been so beset by scandals that founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg rebranded Facebook Inc. to Meta. Sure, the official reasoning for the rebrand was to get a jump on the […]

Microsoft has discovered a new scam targeting crypto firms on Telegram

The cryptocurrency market has grown considerably in recent years, although not in recent months admittedly, and in the process has attracted a wide variety of phishing scams and scammers targeting crypto enthusiasts. […]

The Microsoft Edge browser is putting billions of tabs to sleep

Microsoft Edge has come a long way since the software giant decided to launch it as a Chromium-based browser and in November 2022 made up roughly 4.5% of the web browser market. […]

ChatGPT: What is all the fuss about?

A lot of people have been taking to the internet to discuss their experiences with OpenAI’s latest innovative product, ChatGPT ever since it launched on Wednesday November 30. What is striking about […]

Microsoft Windows 11 Update Schedule Seemingly Reaches Far into the Future

One of the key aspects to ship with Windows 11 22H2 is the confirmation of the rumor Ghacks first reported back in July, which is that Microsoft is returning to launching a […]

Microsoft Excel November updates bring Show Changes and more

Microsoft introduced several new and updated features to Excel in November that bring a series of useful new features as well as the implementation of Fluent Design principles to bring a smoother […]