- Due to recent software updates, gaming controllers from 8BitDo Now Natively Support Apple Devices on the most recent operating systems.
- The company makes multiple gaming controllers and now supports Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
- Users will need to ensure their controller has the latest software update, and their Apple devices need to run tvOS 16.3, iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, or macOS 13.2.
Read More at appleinsider.com
- Microsoft has released Edge Stable 111.0.1661.44, which brings new features and improvements to the browser.
- Among the updates are enhancements to the Collections feature, including the ability to add a note to a collection and improvements to the PDF reader.
- The release aims to provide a more efficient and user-friendly browsing experience.
Read More at mspoweruser.com
- Mozilla announced this week the release of Firefox 111, which patches over a dozen vulnerabilities, including potentially serious issues.
- Of the 13 CVEs, seven have been assigned a ‘high’ severity rating. Three of them only impact Firefox for Android, and they can allow a hacker to hide fullscreen notifications — this can lead to user confusion or spoofing attacks — and open third-party apps without a prompt.
Read More at securityweek.com
- After months in preview, PyTorch 2.0 has been made generally available by the PyTorch Foundation.
- The open-source PyTorch project is among the most widely used technologies for machine learning (ML) training. Originally started by Facebook (now Meta), PyTorch 1.0 came out in 2018 and benefitted from years of incremental improvements.
Read More at venturebeat.com
- Edge Copilot, which is found in the Bing sidebar that’s accompanied a few of the latest Edge releases, does include Bing Chat.
- However, its design emphasizes Bing as a content-creation tool, a theme that we’d expect Microsoft to expand more on at a “Future of Work” AI event on Thursday.
- There is also a “Compose” as well as an “Insights” tab that uses AI to create and learn more about what you’re viewing.
Read More at pcworld.com