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For March’s Patch Tuesday, no zero-day flaws

Advertisement Microsoft this week pushed out 61 Patch Tuesday updates with no reports of public disclosures or other zero-days affecting the larger ecosystem (Windows, Office, .NET). Though there are three updated packages from February, they’re…


Admins see snags as macOS Sonoma 14.4 hits Macs

Advertisement There appear to be a couple of snags in the latest iteration of macOS Sonoma that are upsetting to Apple admins: Some USB hubs are no longer recognized by the Mac and a popular…


The EU browser wars have begun as Apple opens up

Advertisement Now that Apple has opened up choice to third-party browsers as part of its efforts to comply with the EU’s Digital Markets Act, we can expect a new focus on browser market share in…


New AI copyright lawsuit targets Nvidia

Advertisement Three authors, Abdi Nazemian, Brian Keene, and Stewart O’Nan, are part of a new copyright infringement lawsuit against Nvidia, the latest such suit to challenge generative AI providers’ reliance on the “fair use” doctrine…


Why should Apple trust Epic Games?

Advertisement (Editor’s note: On March 8, 2024, two days after this post appeared, Apple reinstated Epic’s developer account.) Citing the Digital Markets Act (DMA), the European Union (EU) has requested “further explanations” from Apple regarding…


AIs may be better at prompt optimization than humans

Advertisement With prompt engineers among the workers most in demand in the wake of generative AI’s arrival in the enterprise, it was inevitable that someone would investigate whether their role, too, could be automated, or…



Anthropic gives its flagship generative AI models a facelift

Advertisement One of the hottest startups in the generative AI (genAI) market, Anthropic, has updated its flagship models to a new 3.0 standard, bringing improvements across a range of common tasks and faster processing speeds….