Day: December 1, 2022

Video Game Addiction Is Over, Says Chinese Video Game Addiction Regulator

We should always be wary when a government entity charged with ending [insert issue here] declares said issue ended. We should be doubly wary when a Chinese government agency says anything about anything. So, it’s with a huge amount of skepticism that we greet this announcement by a Chinese regulator, which claims the thing it’s

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Zscaler shares plunge despite strong earnings and revenue beats
Shares in Zscaler Inc. plunged in late trading despite the cybersecurity company delivering strong earnings and revenue beats in its latest quarter. For its third quarter that ended Oct. 31, Zscaler reported net income before certain costs of 29 cents a share, up from 14 cents a share in the same quarter of last year. Revenue jumped 54%,

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Apple’s AR/VR headset: Operating system renamed to xrOS as release inches closer
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Tesla Is Set to Finally Deliver Its First Electric Semi-Truck Tonight, and You Can Follow Along

Tesla is planning to deliver its first all-electric semi-trucks to client PepsiCo this evening—about three years after the vehicle maker first indicated the big rigs would be available. The company announced in a tweet that it will stream the delivery live via Twitter at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) on Thursday, in a…

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StableDiffusion can generate an image on Apple Silicon Macs in under 18 seconds, thanks to new optimizations in macOS 13.1

On its machine learning blog, Apple announced resounding support for the StableDiffusion project. This includes updates in the just-released macOS 13.1 beta 4 and iOS 16.2 beta 4 to improve performance running these models on Apple Silicon chips.

Apple also published extensive document and sample code to show how to convert source StableDiffusion models into a native Core ML format.

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