The H1-B visa is used for foreign workers in specialty occupations, essential to the US tech industry
Immersive View enhancements to provide more informative directions
Even a couple of years after launch, the MacBook Air M1 remains a solid choice for those in search of fast and lightweight laptop
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Similar to the ROG Ally in appearance and performance
Not having content sharing enabled by default would have eliminated much of the problem
Microsoft-branded accessories will not disappear from the market, after all
A "shameless" attempt to avoid yielding to class action lawsuits?
Privacy Eraser supports all major browsers to remove traces of your computer activities, including cookies, browsing history, typed URLs, saved passwords, log files, and more.
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What just happened? If there's one thing electric vehicle companies are known for, it's exaggerating the official ranges of their EVs. This is something that Tesla has been accused of doing on several occasions – and Musk's company is believed to be the worst offender of the bunch – this may explain why the automaker recently lowered the range estimates for several models in the US.
A decarbonization experiment with reused fuel cells that will run for two years
More will be revealed at CES
It will be showcased at CES next week
In brief: Looking to grab one of the most underappreciated games in years for nothing at all? Then head over to the Epic Games Store, where the current freebie is Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, a hugely enjoyable space opera that lives up to the franchise's movies and comics.
An updated look at current-gen GPU flagships, the battle between the Radeon 7900 XTX and GeForce RTX 4090. Of course, the GeForce is faster, but also costs twice as much, so is the premium worth it?
Akin to an "involuntary subscription"
Dell abandons the XPS 15 and introduces Intel Core Ultra with NPUs
"Dual-Hz" monitors are likely around the corner, just in time for CES 2024
Rumor mill: As Nvidia's profits from AI hardware soar, many worry that the company could increasingly divert resources from its consumer-facing RTX graphics cards. Thus, the leak of a previously unknown GPU could spark debate over whether it's an AI card or a new RTX 40 series Titan, especially given its extreme TDP rating.
SpaceX partnered with T-Mobile in the US
Microsoft really, really wants you to use its generative AI
What just happened? Are you sick of hearing about AI? Microsoft doesn't care, and to make sure you really appreciate just how great the technology is, it's adding a dedicated Copilot key to Windows keyboards. The change will mark the first time the standard Windows keyboard layout has seen a big alteration since the Windows key appeared in 1994.
A secure authentication standard that isn't so trustworthy, after all
The deadline has been extended by five months
If you bought a Vizio TV in the last 10 years in California, you may be eligible for a payout
Low-end hardware for a high-end resolution
A hot potato: In a rare story about a company that isn't Amazon pushing to replace its human workers with machines, Samsung is reportedly planning to make all its fabs fully automated within the next six years. The Korean giant has already begun development of a system that will lead to human-free facilities, according to a new report.
Also the 360Hz 27-inch Odyssey G6 G60SD
European Commission hopes large platforms will accept a "cookies pledge"
Many overemployed people aren't double checking their own work, nor are they innovating on behalf of the company
More chaos for the storage industry