Linux Kernel 6.0 Reaches End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to Linux 6.1 – 9to5Linux

The time has come to say goodbye to the Linux 6.0 kernel series as it’s now marked as EOL (End of Life) on the website, which means that it will no longer be updated.

Linux kernel 6.0 was released about three months ago on October 2nd, 2022, with new features like support for NVMe in-band authentication, async buffered writes when using both XFS and io_uring, io_uring zero-…….

How Augmented Reality Will Save the Holidays for Brick-and-Mortar … – Adweek

The holidays are a critical time for brands to engage with consumers. As one of the most profitable times of the year for many retailers, brands must find new and innovative ways to stay top of mind with customers.

During the 2021 holiday season, U.S. shoppers spent more than $878 billion, with roughly $211 billion of that coming from online sales, up 54.9% compared with the 2019 holida…….

Alphabet Job Cuts Widen to Robotics Subsidiary – The Information

Less than a month ago, Alphabet’s industrial robotics subsidiary Intrinsic said it acquired a team of people from a software development firm called Open Robotics. On Wednesday, Intrinsic went in the other direction by laying off 40 employees, a spokesperson confirmed to The Information. A person close to the company said the layoffs represented nearly 20% of employees.


How medical schools are missing the mark on artificial intelligence – STAT

Ready or not, health care is undergoing a massive transformation driven by artificial intelligence. But medical schools have barely started to teach about AI and machine learning — creating knowledge gaps that could compound the damage caused by flawed algorithms and biased decision-support systems.

“We’re going to be at a point where we’re not going to be able to catch up and be…….

Apple Reportedly Working on Touchscreen Macs, Including MacBook Pro – MacRumors

Despite years of resistance, Apple is now working on adding touchscreens to Macs, according to a report today from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The report claims that a new MacBook Pro with an OLED display could be the first touchscreen Mac in 2025.

Gurman said Apple engineers are “actively engaged in the project,” indicating that the company is “seriously considering” producing touchscreen …….