• Bing Chat AI Now Has Better Search and Higher Limits March 31, 2023
    Microsoft has been rapidly building up its Bing Chat AI service over the past few weeks. Today the company announced a few upgrades coming to Bing Chat, including better search abilities and less restrictive limits.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Corbin Davenport
  • 6 Things Slowing Down Your Wi-Fi (And What to Do About Them) March 31, 2023
    The degree to which we rely on the internet for everything from work to entertainment means sluggish Wi-Fi speeds are excruciating. Here are some common causes of Wi-Fi issues and what to do about them.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Jason Fitzpatrick
  • GM to Ditch CarPlay and Android Auto in EVs March 31, 2023
    Remember how awful vehicle infotainment systems were before Apple’s CarPlay and Android Auto? We’re hearing General Motors plans to ditch both systems on its upcoming electric vehicles, starting with the Chevy Blazer EV.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
    Cory Gunther
  • The 5 Best Smart Notebooks of 2023 March 31, 2023
    A smart notebook is an incredibly useful asset, whether you’re in grade school, off to college, or in a professional work setting. There are digital note taking apps you can use, but sometimes, nothing beats the feeling of handwriting your thoughts. Plus, many smart notebooks come with a companion app so you can get the […]
    Sarah Chaney
  • This IKEA Solar Powered Lamp Looks Out of This World March 31, 2023
    IKEA has teamed up with social business Little Sun to help customers engage family and friends about solar energy. The conversation starter comes in the form of a solar-powered lamp called “SAMMANLÄNKAD.” It consists of two solar-powered LED lamps that capture solar energy to power other devices.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
    Danny Chadwick
  • Why Do Maple Syrup Bottles Have Tiny Handles? March 31, 2023
    If you regularly reach for pure maple syrup on the grocery store shelf, you’ve probably noticed that most bottles have handles so tiny they’re almost comical. Have you ever gotten your fingers stuck in there while trying to douse your pancakes? Really, do they even serve a purpose?Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›
    Stacey Koziel
  • GPT 3.5 vs. GPT 4: What’s the Difference? March 31, 2023
    If you’ve been following the rapid development of AI language models used in applications like ChatGPT and Bing AI chat, you’re likely familiar with OpenAI’s GPT-3 and GPT-4. But what about GPT 3.5, the stepping stone between these two AI titans? How does it compare to the latest GPT 4?Read This Article on How-To Geek […]
    Sydney Butler
  • Audible Is Throwing Ads in Your Audiobooks March 31, 2023
    Audible is one of the best audiobook apps out there, with occasional feature updates and other improvements. The latest change isn’t so great, though — you might soon hear ads in your audiobooks.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Arol Wright
  • This Solar Watch Has Infinite Battery Life & Won’t Nag You With Alerts March 31, 2023
    Tired of having every device beep at you at random intervals throughout the day? It’s time to disconnect, favor simplicity, and put sustainability first with Solios’ Solar Classic Watches. These sleek and elegant analog watches run off solar energy for a more convenient approach to timekeeping. Available in styles for men and women, each Solios […]
    Commerce Team
  • Get Hours Back From Your Workday With Nuance’s Speech Recognition Tools March 31, 2023
    Increase your productivity and streamline your workflow with advanced speech recognition solutions from Nuance. Their software and microphone options provide optimal accuracy and fast response times, enabling more than 1 million active users to harness the power of their voice and boost their efficiency.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›