Good morning. Do you want this customized PS5? You’ll have to work the sunset years of your career at Sony then. That is, apparently, the only way. I’m also taking bets on which chatbot will be the chatbot we all depend on. It’s like Yahoo (our parent company) or Google or Facebook. Who’s going to get there first? This week’s YouTube-coated cry for help features two of the biggest chatbot competitors, Google and Microsoft. And some Engadget editorial team in-fighting. 

This week:
Google’s Gemini is the biggest threat yet to ChatGPT
Microsoft upgrades its chatbot, too
Lenovo’s huge handheld PC is here

And read this:
Researchers have made an under-the-skin implant to treat Type 1 diabetes. The new implantable device could change the way Type 1 diabetics receive insulin without the need for needles or pumps. A thread-like implant is an “islet device” derived from the cells that produce insulin in our bodies naturally. This secretes insulin through islet cells that form around it, while also receiving nutrients and oxygen from blood vessels to stay alive.
However, the devices eventually need to be removed, so researchers are still working to extend their longevity before testing the devices, eventually, in patients. No sassy quip here – just pretty cool news?  

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This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/the-morning-after-battle-of-the-chatbots-part-two-140059376.html?src=rss

Good morning. Do you want this customized PS5? You’ll have to work the sunset years of your career at Sony then. That is, apparently, the only way. I’m also taking bets on which chatbot will be the chatbot we all depend on. It’s like Yahoo (our parent company) or Google or Facebook. Who’s going to get there first? This week’s YouTube-coated cry for help features two of the biggest chatbot competitors, Google and Microsoft. And some Engadget editorial team in-fighting

This week:

Google’s Gemini is the biggest threat yet to ChatGPT

Microsoft upgrades its chatbot, too

Lenovo’s huge handheld PC is here

And read this:

Researchers have made an under-the-skin implant to treat Type 1 diabetes. The new implantable device could change the way Type 1 diabetics receive insulin without the need for needles or pumps. A thread-like implant is an “islet device” derived from the cells that produce insulin in our bodies naturally. This secretes insulin through islet cells that form around it, while also receiving nutrients and oxygen from blood vessels to stay alive.

However, the devices eventually need to be removed, so researchers are still working to extend their longevity before testing the devices, eventually, in patients. No sassy quip here – just pretty cool news?  

Like email more than video? Subscribe right here for daily reports, direct to your inbox.

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/the-morning-after-battle-of-the-chatbots-part-two-140059376.html?src=rss …Read More

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