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ChatGPT Desktop App for macOS Officially Opened for Download

On June 26th, OpenAI announced that ChatGPT for Mac is now available for all users to download, and OpenAI says ChatGPT for Mac is designed to integrate seamlessly into users’ daily operations, with convenient shortcuts (Option + Spacebar) that allow users to launch the app anytime, anywhere. Users can easily interact with the chatbot and can choose to attach files, photos, screenshots, etc. to their messages for ChatGPT to understand and create with, and ChatGPT for Mac also supports a “Voice Mode” that allows users to communicate with ChatGPT using their voice. -OpenAI will be providing a new version of Speech Mode with GPT support for Mac users in the coming weeks.

Firefox Browser Sidebar to Include AI Chatbots

Mozilla recently announced that users can access AI chatbots in the sidebar of the new version of Firefox Nightly. To activate the feature, you need to open Settings, select Nightly Experiments in the sidebar, and then check the Integrate AI Chatbots checkbox, and then you can select the chatbots you want to use in Firefox, including Google Gemini, ChatGPT, HuggingChat, and Le Chat Mistral. The options include Google Gemini, ChatGPT, HuggingChat, and Le Chat Mistral.

Users can specify an AI chatbot and then call it from the sidebar while browsing the web to summarize the information on the current page, simplify the language of the text, etc. Mozilla reminds that some AI models are more specialized in specific areas, so users can choose the most appropriate AI model to accomplish different tasks according to their needs.

ByteDance Launches Doubao MarsCode AI Programming Assistant

On June 26, ByteDance released the “Doubao MarsCode” series of new products. “Doubao MarsCode” includes two products, “Doubao MarsCode” and “Doubao MarsCode IDE”, both of which are based on Byte’s self-developed Beanbag model, with AI code generation, code completion, code prediction, etc. The former exists in the form of plug-ins and supports mainstream IDEs such as VSCode, JetBrains, etc., while the latter is a cloud-based IDE. The product is now open to Chinese users for free.

Motorola Announces Moto Tag Bluetooth Tracker

On June 26, Motorola announced the Moto Tag Bluetooth tracker, which uses Google’s Find My Device system for location tracking and privacy security. In terms of battery life, the Moto Tag can last up to a year on a single coin cell battery under ideal conditions. Meanwhile, the Moto Tag is compatible with most third-party accessories on the market, meaning that if a user has previously purchased an AirTag-related accessory, chances are it will be compatible with the Moto Tag. Motorola says the product will be available in “select markets in the coming months,” but the price has yet to be announced.

Other News

Recently, according to the latest disclosure of the United States Trademark and Patent Office USPTO documents show that Apple has submitted a patent on distributed computing systems, in which Apple details that they are beginning to try to interconnect all the Apple ecosystem of devices in the arithmetic, so as to complete a variety of complex calculations more quickly. Unlike the current system, Apple will rationally integrate the computing power of all individual devices for unified scheduling, which will help users better utilize idle devices to accelerate their work efficiency.

Recently, Nothing sub-brand CMF posted a tweet on the X platform, officially announcing that it will release its new smartwatch Watch Pro 2 on July 8, accompanied by a rendered poster, which, according to the information in the image, adopts a round dial design and comes with a physical crown on the side. Combined with information from the IMDA database from some time ago, the CMF Watch Pro 2, model number D398, is located under the Bluetooth category, indicating that the watch will not come with a cellular version.

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