The biggest news stories this morning: Which iPhone should you buy? Amazon accused of using AI to ‘replicate the voices’ of actors in Road House remake, Pokémon Legends: Z-A for Switch returns the series to Lumiose City.
For a phone seemingly pitched as its cheapest device yet, Nothing's Phone 2(a) looks good. Cool, even. It has a scaled-down version of Nothing's light-up Glyphs on the rear. The phone will also mark the return of a centralized camera unit.
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order that aims to limit the mass-sale of Americans’ personal data to “countries of concern,” including Russia and China.
Nintendo argued that Yuzu violates the anti-circumvention and anti-trafficking provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in its lawsuit.
Amazon is being sued by the writer of the original 1989 Patrick Swayze version of the film Road House over alleged copyright infringement in the movie's remake.
Google has been quietly striking deals with some publishers to use new generative AI tools to publish stories, according to a report in Adweek.
Tumblr and WordPress are reportedly set to strike deals to sell user data to artificial intelligence companies OpenAI and Midjourney. The platforms’ parent company, Automattic, is nearing completion of an agreement to provide data to help train the AI companies’ models.
A new report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that Apple has officially canceled the project, breaking the news to nearly 2,000 employees who had been working on it on Tuesday.
The Paranormal Activity movies are being adapted into a video game. It's scheduled to arrive in 2026.
The Google Nest Pro Wi-Fi mesh routers are on sale for up to 27 percent off at Amazon.
In celebration of Pokémon Day, The Pokémon Company revealed the franchise’s latest “Legends” entry on Tuesday. Pokémon Legends: Z-A returns the series to Lumiose City.
More songs are disappearing from or being muted on TikTok. The platform is at loggerheads with Universal Music Group over royalty payments.
We've broken down Apple's current smartphone lineup to help you answer that eternal question: Which iPhone should I get?
A few Anker charging accessories we recommend are back on sale, including the Anker 622 Magnetic Battery down to $35.
PlayStation has announced plans to lay off 900 employees from its global workforce. It's shutting down its London Studio, while major developers such as Insomniac, Naughty Dog and Guerrilla will lose some staff.
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Starting on March 5, GeForce Now users enjoying the service for free will find themselves faced with ads while they're waiting for their turn to play.
The biggest news stories this morning: Google finally brings Wallet passes to Wear OS watches along with transit directions, This robot lawnmower runs Doom, NVIDIA’s RTX 500 and 1000 Ada GPUs bring more AI smarts to thin and light laptops.
The US military identified air strike targets in the Middle East using artificial intelligence systems developed under its now-defunct contract with Google called Project Maven.
Those who've been paying Netflix through iTunes over the past years will soon have to say to goodbye to their lower, discounted rates.