Anyone can now use powerful AI tools to create images. What could go wrong?

CNN business – If you’ve always wanted to use AI to quickly design a hybrid between a duck and a corgi, now is your time to shine. On Wednesday, OpenAI announced that anyone can now use the latest version of its AI-based DALL-E tool to generate a seemingly limitless range of images just by typing … Read more

Google launches “Results About You” for the removal of personal information

Illustration: Jody Serrano / Gizmodo Starting today, people in the US will be able to use Google’s new “Results About You” feature, which aims to provide an easier way for people to get their sensitive personal information from the company’s search results. Next year, Results About You will go proactive and will allow users to … Read more

Google announces 7 local search updates

At the Google Search On annual conference, the company announced seven new features and updates for local search. These updates will greatly improve the way people explore neighborhoods, businesses, and restaurants in Google Search. Local search changes that will be available soon include: Search for restaurants by dish Discover the specialties of the restaurant More … Read more

An expensive and impressive wireless subwoofer

As someone who owns quite a few Sonos speakers and soundbars, I have never felt compelled to buy its wireless subwoofer, the Sub (3rd generation), which is a little odd considering my love of movies and the shows (like Dune, Interstellar And Lord of the Rings) that appear to have been directed by someone with … Read more

iOS 16.1 Beta brings adaptive transparency to the original AirPods Pro

The third beta of iOS 16.1, released earlier this week, expands the Adaptive Transparency feature introduced with the second generation AirPods Pro to the original ‌AirPods Pro‌. As noted on Reddit, first generation ‌AirPods Pro‌ owners who also have AirPods beta software will now see an “Adaptive Transparency” option in the AirPods section of the … Read more

This underwater camera works wirelessly without batteries

Zoom in / MIT engineers built a battery-less wireless underwater camera that could help scientists explore unknown regions of the ocean, monitor pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change. Adam Glanzman According to a new article published in the journal Nature Communications, MIT engineers have built a battery-less wireless underwater camera that can harvest … Read more