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CNET NewsFeb 02, 2023
Samsung Galaxy S23 vs. S22: Compare the New Phone Against the 2022 Flagship - CNET
The Samsung Galaxy S23 has lots of new features, but the Galaxy S22 is still no slouch.

CNET NewsFeb 02, 2023
Why More People Should Watch the Best Show on Netflix - CNET
It's still one of the best shows ever made.

Major GeeksFeb 02, 2023
TubeBuddy for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, and Android 1.45.1294
TubeBuddy for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, and Android provides YouTube creators with straightforward optimization and channel management. Having some assistance with your YouTube channel's management enables you to focus more on your content than the tedious media production aspect. TubeBuddy includes multiple productivity Tools geared for success while still guiding you through YouTube's best practices [License: Freemium | Requires: 11|10|8|7|Android|Linux|macOS | Size: Size Varies ]

EngadgetFeb 01, 2023
The best gaming laptops for 2023
For a few years now, gaming laptops have been some of the most intriguing PCs around. They've gotten thinner and lighter, naturally — but they've also become vastly more powerful and efficient, making them suitable for both work and play. They've adopted some bold innovations, like rotating hinges and near desktop-like customizability. Gaming laptops are where PC makers can get adventurous.

If you're a professional in the market for a beefy new computer, and you like to play a few rounds of Apex Legends on occasion, it may make more sense to go for a gaming notebook instead of a MacBook Pro-like workstation. You'll still get plenty of power for video encoding and 3D rendering, plus you may end up paying less. We'll help you figure out which is the best gaming laptop for you, from budget options like the Dell G15 to premium notebooks like the Razer Blade 15 and everything in between.

Devindra Hardawar/Engadget
What's your budget? Your laptop buying journey starts and ends with the amount of money you're willing to spend. No surprise there. The good news: There are plenty of options for gamers of every budget. In particular, we're seeing some great PC gaming choices under $1,000, like Dell's G15 lineup. A cheap gaming laptop in this price range will definitely feel a bit flimsier than pricier models, and they'll likely skimp on RAM, storage and overall power. But they should be able to handle most games in 1080p at 60 frames per second, which is the bare minimum you'd want from any system.

Things get interesting when you start looking at the best gaming laptops in the mid-range space, with prices at $1,000 and higher. At that point, you'll start finding PCs like the

EngadgetJan 31, 2023
OpenAI's new tool may help you identify text written by ChatGPT
OpenAI has released a tool to help you determine whether text was more likely written by a human or AI. However, the ChatGPT maker warns that its equivalent of Blade Runner's Voight-Kampff test can also get it wrong.

The tool includes a box where you can paste text that's at least 1,000 characters long. It will then spit out a verdict, like "The classifier considers the text to be very unlikely AI-generated" or "The classifier considers the text to be possibly AI-generated."

I tested it by prompting ChatGPT to write an essay about the migratory patterns of birds, which the detection tool then described as "possibly AI-generated." Meanwhile, it rated several human-written articles as "very unlikely AI-generated." So although the tool could raise false flags in either direction, my (tiny sample size) test suggests at least a degree of accuracy. Still, OpenAI cautions not to use the tool alone to determine content's authenticity; it also works best with text of 1,000 words or longer.

The startup has faced pressure from educators after the November release of its ChatGPT tool, which produces AI-written content that can sometimes pass for human writing. The natural-language model can create essays in seconds based on simple text prompts — even passing a graduate business and law exam — while providing students with a tempting new cheating opportunity. As a result, New York public schools banned the bot from their WiFi networks and school devices.

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