The updated Galaxy S23 was just released in February, becoming the latest in a long line of outstanding phones. But just because the Galaxy S22 series is no longer Samsung’s flagship lineup, there’s no need to worry. The S22 series are all excellent phone options, featuring powerful hardware and cutting-edge displays. These state-of-the-art devices remain some of the best Android
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OpenAI shipped GPT-4 yesterday, the much-anticipated text-generating AI model, and it’s a curious piece of work. GPT-4 improves upon its predecessor, GPT-3, in key ways, for example giving more factually true statements and allowing developers to prescribe its style and behavior more easily. It’s also multimodal in the sense that it can understand images, allowing it
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Nothing is true; everything is permitted… but you can trust this list ranking Assassin’s Creed games from worst to best. The basic conceits established by the very first Assassin’s Creed have remained relatively unchanged. Take historical places and people and bring them into a large open world. Relive the lives of ancestors past via science
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/ If you prefer black-and-white to color, here’s how to set it on your iPhone or Android phone Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge With the exception of old movies, most of us are used to seeing our screens in full color. However, grayscale — in which you see nothing but black, white, or
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Choosing a business checking account isn’t as straightforward as opening a personal checking account. And a business checking account can have an impact on your company’s bottom line. The right choice can make managing your expenses, cash flow and bills easy while establishing a financial separation between business and personal funds. Many business checking account
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Starfield, the highly anticipated science-fiction RPG from Bethesda is nearly upon us. While September 6 is not that far off, for sci-fi fans, and folks who appreciate a Bethesda romp, the it’s been a painful wait since the game’s first announcement back in 2018. But we still have a few more parsecs to go before
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Welcome to Startups Weekly, a nuanced take on this week’s startup news and trends by Senior Reporter and Equity co-host Natasha Mascarenhas. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here. Writer’s note: We’re breaking from our usual formatting this week because there was a once-in-a-generation collapse of one of the biggest banks in the country.
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Though money’s still tight for a lot of folks, the days of desperately hunting for a $200 monitor for every member of a suddenly working-and-schooling-at-home family are long gone. The good news is that prices seem to be coming down across the board and better technologies — notably OLED and HDR with local dimming thanks
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The calendar has turned to March, which means the madness is coming. The men’s NCAA college basketball tournament — affectionately (and accurately) known as March Madness — gets underway next week. And for the following three weeks, college basketball fans will be treated to small-school Cinderella runs and bracket-busting buzzer-beaters.  Here’s everything you need to
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So, you wanna go fast? You wanna win every race? Well, I can’t help with that last one because racing is more about skill and luck than the car you drive, but I can help you go faster with this handy-dandy list of the top 10 fastest cars in Grand Theft Auto Online.  Update 3/10/2023:
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More than six years after its release, the Nintendo Switch is still dutifully chugging along, and still without the long-rumored Switch Pro. Compared to its supercomputer competitors, Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Sony’s PlayStation 5, it’s by no means the most powerful place to play games today. But it’s still the most versatile, allowing you
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