If you're still trying to take in everything Meta announced at its Connect event yesterday – like we are – then our 9-point summary is just what you need. Majoring on VR and AI, these are the technologies that are going to be shaping Meta in the years to come.
Streaming services would rather everyone paid up for subscriptions rather than sharing passwords, thank you very much – and after the success of Netflix's crackdown on the practice of passing round passwords, it seems Disney is about to make a move.
After a few months of hiatus, ChatGPT can now search the web with Bing again, which means its knowledge is no longer cut off in 2021. For now you need to be a paying user to access the feature, but it'll be rolling out to everyone in the near future.
Hear from NVIDIA on how they are helping organizations build whole new worlds in which to operate. Through the introduction of the third pillar of computing — the Data Processing Unit — DPUs join CPUs and GPUs to create a futuristic blue sky environment in which applications are accelerated well beyond the capabilities of CPUs alone. Watch the discussion.
Say hello to the fifth Raspberry Pi (Raspberry Pi Foundation)
Everyone's favorite circuit board for do-it-yourself electronics projects, the Raspberry Pi, is getting a fifth version in October. After a four-year wait, it looks as though we're getting quite the upgrade in 2023, especially in terms of the board's performance.
After two years in beta, Photoshop for the web is now a fully fledged app ready for the big time – although you still need a Creative Cloud subscription to access it. If you do have a subscription, you'll find some seriously useful AI tools at your disposal here.