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Microsoft and has sent Internet Explorer off to digital retirement after nearly 30 years of service.   The once-loved web browser began its life in the mid-'90s as part of an add-on package for Windows 95 that year.   For a fleeting period, it was all the rage.   That…
Microsoft is finally retiring the consumer version of Internet Explorer. It announced the plan last year, making Internet Explorer 11 its final version. Internet Explorer debuted on Windows desktop computers in 1995 and by 2004, had cornered 95% of the market. But now, Google Chrome, Apple's Safari and Mozilla Firefox…
A Google engineer has been put on leave after claiming a computer chatbot they were working on had ‘come to life’. Employee Blake Lemoine says Google excused him from work when he raised concerns that the company’s LaMDA (language model for dialogue applications) chatbot had become sentient and published transcripts…
Manufacturers will be forced to create a universal charging solution for phones and small electronic devices, under a new rule proposed by the European Commission (EC).   The aim is to reduce waste by encouraging consumers to re-use existing chargers when buying a new device.   All smartphones sold in…
This may be the tiniest robot you’ve ever seen. Shaped like a peekytoe crab, it’s a half-millimeter across and it can crawl, jump, bend, and twist through tiny apertures. The edge of a coin provides an ample landscape for its crabby walk. As the smallest remote-controlled walking robot ever created,…
The next superhero move in your day could simply be changing your WiFi’s name and password. Ziply Fiber, a Washington-based provider of fiber-based home internet service in the Northwest, offers up a WiFi name generator that makes your new password fit your love of superheroes.   You love enhancing your…
If you want big-screen entertainment without having to upgrade the size of your TV, buying a projector is the way to go. These days, projectors have the technology to display large-scale, high-definition and 4K images that are bright and vibrant for a top-notch movie-viewing or gaming experience. Some even feature…