Apple introduces MacBooks with the new M2 chipset
The group thus relies on its own semiconductors. Also: Microsoft wants to distribute ChatGPT via the cloud service and Elon Musk must respond in court to tweets from 2018.
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an Apple It introduced two new MacBook Pro models with the speedy M2 Max and M2 Pro chips on Tuesday. The laptops, which were introduced by Apple weeks before the planned launch date, are available in 14- and 16-inch display sizes. The M2 Pro or M2 Max chips are Apple’s most powerful processor for MacBooks yet. The new models had been expected for months, but supply chain issues pushed the launch from last year to 2023.
For the Mac mini computer, the iPhone maker has announced support for M2 or M2 Pro chips. The group will no longer sell the Intel version of the Mac Mini. This makes the Mac Pro the last computer that can be configured with an Intel processor. Deliveries of the new models will begin on January 24. [Mehr bei CNBC, The Verge und Wall Street Journal]
in the founding sceneHe who thinks of co-working thinks of office workspaces. You probably don’t think of medical practices that are equipped with the latest technology. But that’s exactly what the Berlin startup wants everlasting Displays. Today we will tell you how this concept works and what role Health Minister Karl Lauterbuch plays in it. [Mehr bei Gründerszene]
Here are other headlines for the night:
Microsoft It plans to make ChatGPT chatbot available via its cloud service soon. The software company has announced that the chatbot will soon be available to customers of Microsoft’s cloud service. ChatGPT is a product Open AI It is currently causing uproar but also criticism. ChatGPT scripts look like they were written by a human. However, there is concern that the software could, for example, generate research papers, articles, and texts containing false information. [Mehr bei Handelsblatt und Wall Street Journal]
Elon Musk He has been forced to respond in federal court in San Francisco since Tuesday to tweets from 2018. At the time, the SMS tech billionaire announced that Tesla You want to get it off the stock exchange and secure financing for it. Investors lost a lot of money and sued. The process begins as Tesla falls short of its target of 50 percent year-on-year growth in 2022. [Mehr bei Axios, Financial Times und The Guardian]
messaging platform disagreement takes over Gas, which is a popular app among teens. On Gas, users log in with their school, add friends, and answer surveys about their classmates. The details of the acquisition and the purchase price were not disclosed. [Mehr bei Techcrunch]
Bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX announced that it had been hacked to steal approximately $415 million in cryptocurrency. Accordingly, about $323 million from the international exchange of FTX and $90 million from the American exchange were hacked. FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fred has been accused of stealing billions of dollars from FTX clients to pay off debts in his Alameda Research hedge fund. [Mehr bei CNBC, und Reuters]
Twitter Espresso machines, computers, and huge neon screens with the company’s logo were auctioned online. According to media reports, SMS defaulted on office rent payments. Interested buyers can visit the website of Heritage Global Partners, which is conducting the auction, can browse a selection of the goods that Twitter wants to sell. Items on display include multiple refrigerators and pizza ovens, as well as televisions, desks, and conference equipment. The equipment comes from the San Francisco office and appears to be another sign that Elon Musk is trying to cut costs in the face of many financial difficulties. [Mehr bei CNBC]
Our reading advice on Gründerszene: Tennis star Novak Djokovic joined A drop of water a. The startup is making millions off its effervescent tablets. Djokovic is now jumping around as an investor and also as a brand ambassador. [Mehr bei Gründerszene]
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