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WhatsApp releases its native macOS client in public beta

WhatsApp has released its native macOS app compatible with Apple Silicon in a public beta. Users running Mac with Apple’s own chip with macOS 11 Big Sur or newer version will be able to download the test version. Plus, people with Intel Macs that can run apps built with Apple Catalyst — the company’s program to port iPadPOSwill be able to use this native app —too.

Demand for AI skills on the rise as Fiverr searches spike for freelancers

Fiverr is turning to AI, today introducing new categories to its freelance marketplace to help businesses find the AI talent they need.

Microsoft Edge will soon let you split two tabs in a single window

The useful split-screen feature lets you compare two tabs side by side in a single browser window.

Teaching In The Age Of AI Means Getting Creative

On some campuses, the response to such technology has simply been to restrict access. Earlier this month, the New York City Department of Education announced that ChatGPT would be banned on networks and devices throughout its public schools.

Microsoft to stop selling Windows 10 downloads on January 31st

Microsoft says it will stop selling downloads for Windows 10 Home and Pro licenses later this month. Windows 10 will continue to be supported until October 2025.

The worst Macs of all time: from the Apple III to the 12-inch MacBook

Apple likes to portray its Macs as the best, most innovative computers in the world, so it can be easy to forget that the company has released some real stinkers over the years. Not every Apple computer has been a hit — some have been downright awful.

The one thing missing from UX today? Hope

Vivianne Castillo argues that a designer’s relationship to hope has an outsized impact on their values, research, and practice.

10 Things No One Told Me About Design Systems

This UX designer learned the hard way, but you don’t have to.

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