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Mac RumorsJul 23, 2024
Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of macOS Sequoia to Developers
Apple today seeded the fourth beta of upcoming an upcoming macOS 15 Sequoia update to developers for testing purposes, with the software coming a week after the release of the third beta.

Apple Seeds macOS Sonoma 14.6 Release Candidate to Developers (Mac Rumors)

CNET NewsJul 23, 2024
Best iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max Cases of 2024
Your aging iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max could still use some protection. Here are the best compatible iPhone cases for 2024.

PC World Latest NewsJul 23, 2024
Google is now ditching its plan to replace cookies in Chrome

In any case, Google's Privacy Sandbox is now going to be an optional feature alongside old-fashioned cookies instead of a total replacement.

Though this is all a bit hazy from a user perspective, Google's attempt to replace third-party cookies across the web is (was?) a big deal. Tracking user behavior and movement from site to site is one of the things that makes targeted advertising possible and profitable, and that kind of tracking is primarily done using cookies.

But rampant abuse of cookies—with websites overloaded with hundreds of tracking points on every page, building up user profiles that all but abandon the idea of privacy—has made them a hot topic for regulators.

For better or worse, this is what gave us the GDPR cookie consent messages you probably see everywhere, even if you aren't in Europe.

Privacy Sandbox was Google's proposed solution to this issue. It replaces individual user cookies with wide blocks of semi-anonymous users grouped together based on a variety of demographic factors. It's a compromise between current tracking tech (which can narrow down users to the point of being individually identifiable and highly trackable) and a more user-focused straight cookie block (as seen on Apple's implementation for third-party apps on iOS).

Predictably, the Privacy S

Mac RumorsJul 23, 2024
Apple Seeds Fourth visionOS 2 Beta to Developers
Apple today released the fourth beta of an upcoming visionOS 2 update to developers, with the fourth beta coming two weeks after the third beta.

PC World Latest NewsJul 23, 2024
Chrome now warns of resource-hogging tabs — here's how to enable it

Fortunately, in the latest beta version of Chrome, there's a new feature that warns you when a particular tab is consuming too many resources. It's then up to you to decide whether to close that tab or not.

If you want to try this new feature now, you have to download the latest version of Chrome Canary from Google's website.

After completing the installation, launch Chrome Canary and type chrome://flags in the address bar and press the Enter key. From here, you can adjust all kinds of hidden options that drive Chrome.

To enable the browser tab performance warning, look for and enable these two options:

#performance-intervention-ui#performance-intervention-demo-mode flagThen, restart your computer.

After restarting, launch Chrome Canary and type chrome://settings/performance in the address bar and press the Enter key. You should then be able to select Performance Issue Alerts in the list, according to Windows Latest.

Here's How Much You'll Earn if You Deposit $100 Into an HYSA Each Month (CNET News)

CNET NewsJul 23, 2024
When Is the Next Steam Sale? List of Upcoming Steam Sale Dates
Steam sales can help you save money and grow your ever-expanding backlog. Here's what and when they are, with tips for maximizing your savings.

CNET How ToJul 22, 2024
Best Galaxy Ring Preorder Deals: Samsung's Health Tracking Ring Is Almost Here
It's now or never. There are only a few days left to take advantage of preorder offers on Samsung's new wellness tracker, the Galaxy Ring.

CNET NewsJul 22, 2024
Today's NYT Mini Crossword Answers and Puzzle Help for July 23
Here are the answers for the NYT Mini Crossword for July 23.

Today's NYT Strands Hints, Answers and Help for July 23, #142 (CNET News)

ComputerWorldMar 26, 2024
Apple uses AI to boost recycling efforts, Tim Cook confirms
The challenge to build a more sustainable enterprise is high on the business agenda these days, in part to meet government-mandated climate goals, in part because consumers demand it, and — perhaps — simply because turning a business into a sustainable business is the right thing to do.

Businesses are taking a multitude of approaches to becoming more sustainable.

Apple CEO Tim Cook in China explained part of the strategy being followed by his company — to put a little AI (artificial intelligence) in sustAInability.

As he sees it, AI "provides an enormous toolkit for every company that's wishing to be carbon neutral or to lower their emissions by a substantial amount," he said.

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