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Google is reportedly paying publishers thousands of dollars to use its AI to write stories

Google has been quietly striking deals with some publishers to use new generative AI tools to publish stories, according to…

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Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander tipped over at touchdown, but it’s still kicking

It turns out Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus spacecraft didn’t land upright after all. In a press conference with NASA Friday evening,…

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Don’t use smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar without needles, the FDA warns

The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday issued a safety communication warning people to stay way from smartwatches and smart…

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Biden administration may give automakers more time to shift to EVs

The Biden administration plans to loosen the limits on tailpipe emissions proposed last year by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),…

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Xbox Game Pass subscriptions have begun to taper off

Game Pass, Microsoft’s subscription service for games, has 34 million subscribers as of February 2024. Microsoft revealed the number in…

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Meta is testing a trending topics feature on Threads

Meta is testing a new feature that will allow Threads users to see what kinds of conversations are trending on…

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Who makes money when AI reads the internet for us?

Last week, The Browser Company, a startup that makes the Arc web browser, released a slick new iPhone app called…

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‘Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth adds an addictive card game and some familiar social mechanics

Just one more hand. Just one more attempt to win at the card game, Queen’s Blood. In my limited preview…

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Japan’s moon lander took this eerie photo before being enveloped by lunar night

Against all odds, Japan’s SLIM lander managed to turn back on more than a week after it plopped upside down…

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Dave the Diver is bringing Godzilla with him to PS5

Dave the Diver is coming to PS5 and PS4. The 2023 breakout hit won Indie Game of the Year at…

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