Items tagged with AI

Application performance obviously uses hardware speed as a baseline, but software optimizations are ultimately where large gains can be realized. It's not uncommon for developers to make an application run five, ten, twenty, or even a hundred times faster—something you'll never do by replacing the hardware. Intel has... Read more...
Chromebooks are going to be getting more feature rich as Google aims to make it easier for the company to deliver AI to its customers. As part of this effort, chunks of Android code are going to be added directly into ChromeOS. In a post on the Chromium Blog, the ChromeOS team says that “Chromebooks now give us the... Read more...
There’s no doubt that NVIDIA is the dominant player in graphics processing units (GPUs), both for gaming and inside the data center—one only needs to look at NVIDIA’s earnings over the past year to see just how well it’s doing quarter after quarter, with monster gains becoming the norm. Beyond the dollars and cents... Read more...
Microsoft is breaking the news to its Copilot Pro users that the tech giant will end support for Copilot’s Custom GPT Builder next month. The company added that if anyone has used the GPT Builder, they will need to remove their data by July 14. The news comes on the heels of Microsoft coming under fire after... Read more...
Microsoft is somewhat pulling in the reins on its Recall feature, which is a key part of the company's Copilot+ initiative for next-gen PCs (starting with Snapdragon X Elite/Plus systems). In theory, Recall is supposed to make life easier for users by helping to find things by continually taking snapshots of content... Read more...
Carl Pei's at it again. The Nothing CEO is now building hype behind how the AI user experience might look like on the next Nothing Phone (3). He claims that it'll be different from other brands that are just slapping AI powers onto their products with little cohesion between user, apps, and device. On the surface, it... Read more...
Intel Xeon 6 Series Processors Intel is launching the first wave of next-generation Xeon 6 6700E-series processors today, based on Sierra Forest, featuring up to 144 E-cores per socket. Many More Cores Per Socket Power Efficiency Improvements Big Performance Gains Over 5th Gen New, Updated IO Tile Increased Bandwidth... Read more...
AMD disclosed a plethora of details during the Computex 2024 opening keynote regarding upcoming desktop and mobile processors in the Ryzen 9000 and Ryzen AI 300 families, respectively, along with a new dual-slot Radeon Pro W7900WS to facilitate multi-GPU configurations in professional workstations. In addition to... Read more...
NVIDIA showed off an array of RTX-equipped Copilot+ PCs from ASUS and MSI that feature discrete GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs at this year’s Computex keynote. Alongside the RTX AI laptops, the company also introduced the NVIDIA RTX AI Toolkit, Project G-Assist, and more. GeForce RTX Equipped Copilot+ PCs Microsoft... Read more...
Industry heavyweights AMD, Broadcom, Cisco, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Intel, Meta and Microsoft have joined forces to form the Ultra Accelerator Link Promoter Group and UALink Consortium to co-develop a new, open industry standard interconnect designed for scale-up systems in next-generation data... Read more...
In an ongoing effort to AI all the things, Google is injecting its Gemini chatbot (formerly Bard) and several AI tools into its Chromebook Plus platform, with affordable models from its hardware partners starting at $350. Google's also make a spirited push to attract gamers into into the Chromebook ecosystem with a... Read more...
A recent report details some of the AI features coming to iPhones with iOS 18, and it appears as if there are quite a few things users can to look forward to. However, it appears that nothing Apple will be offering its users is necessarily groundbreaking, it’s simply the company trying to keep up as the rest of the... Read more...
Google finds itself once again having to explain why its AI is giving out wrong information. This time around, it involves the company’s recently launched AI Overview, which was previously only available to test via Google’s Search Labs. The tech giant unleashed a plethora of AI news during its recent Google I/O... Read more...
While Scarlett Johansson’s voice is off limits, creating an AI voice assistant that sounds like the user is not. Truecaller has partnered with Microsoft to bring a new Personal Voice technology from Microsoft Azure AI Speech to an individual’s voicemail. Truecaller’s AI Assistant was first introduced in late 2022... Read more...
Only the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, a division of the Department of the Treasury, is allowed to print money in the United States. Coming in a close second, however, NVIDIA prints designs primarily for GPU hardware, which might as well be a license to print money in the burgeoning era of artificial intelligence... Read more...
The AI craze is officially underway in every single iota of the technology market. Not to be left behind, gamers are next on the list to benefit from the technology being developed in the mass market. NVIDIA, the current leader for hardware and software powering the current AI zeitgeist, is sprinkling some magic for... Read more...
Humane is looking to sell the business after its AI pin got panned by reviewers, with some calling it the worst product they’ve ever had to review. According to Bloomberg, Humane is hoping to sell from anywhere between “$750 million and $1 billion,” although that’s probably extremely hopeful considering just how... Read more...
This week has already seen a flood of new AI PCs being announced by various companies, and ASUS is right in the mix of it all with its upcoming Vivobook S 15. The new Vivobook will come packed with the Snapdragon X Elite processor, and will be ASUS’s first Copilot+ PC. The 15.6-inch Vivobook S 15 was announced... Read more...
Most people that enter a query into a search engine want to find a website with content authored by humans. This content is much more likely to be both relevant and coherent, in comparison to something computer-generated. Take, for example, one of our graphics card reviews. We write carefully-reasoned analysis of the... Read more...
HP announced its new class of next-generation AI PCs at Microsoft’s AI Vision Event. The tech company touts its latest laptops as being designed for the new AI era, and unleashing the “world’s longest battery life” in an ultra-mobile next-gen AI PC, while also being the “world’s thinnest.” HP was not shy in... Read more...
Even though Slack proudly touts its Slack AI feature as helpful time-savers, users are questioning how the software gets its job done. One user pointed out just how invasive Slack AI can be, using Slack’s own words. Slack, bought by Salesforce in 2021, advertises itself as an AI-powered platform for work which... Read more...
The Google Pixel 8a launched earlier this week to rave reviews, including from us here at HotHardware. With solid build quality, beautiful OLED display, incredible cameras, and the same processor as the flagship Pixels, snagging a Pixel 8a for under $500 is quite a deal. While the Pixel 8a builds on the foundation of its Pixel 7a predecessor, Read more...
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