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Amazon's ditching the plastic air pillows in its boxes

The e-commerce company said it will replace plastic air pillows with paper fillers.

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Get Microsoft Visual Studio Pro for $45 with this deal

Code faster and work smarter with a Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2022 license, currently on sale for 90% off.

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Startup Kinetic rolls out robots to fix electric cars, and someday robotaxis

Menlo Ventures, an early Uber investor, just led a $21 million round of funding in Kinetic, a startup making EV repairs quicker and less expensive.

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The Bluetti AC180 power station is under $600 right now on Amazon

This portable power station boasts 1800W of output and 11 outlets, and delivers exceptional power performance.

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Join Sam's Club for $25 right now

Buy an annual Sam's Club membership for 50% off with this deal to help you save even more on groceries, household items, electronics, and more.

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Eufy's latest robot vacuum and mop has become my go-to to clean my home

Anker's smart home brand just released the much-anticipated Eufy Omni S1 Pro robot vacuum and mop that does it all, leaving behind the cleanest floors I've ever seen.

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Anthropic launches Claude 3.5 Sonnet and debuts Artifacts for collaboration

The Artifacts function can display a Claude response, such as a piece of code, in a separate window for group collaboration.

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Get a Windows 11 Pro license for $25 right now

Upgrade to Windows 11 Pro for more productivity features that will help you get things done -- it's 87% off with this limited-time deal.

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OpenAI competitor Anthropic announces its most powerful AI yet

The company said Claude 3.5 Sonnet is faster than its previous leading model, Claude 3 Opus, and is the first model from Anthropic's new Claude 3.5 family.

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Two ways you can build custom AI assistants with GPT-4o - and one is free!

Getting ChatGPT to perform your desired tasks can require lots of prompting, but it doesn't have to! Building your own GPT saves time and is incredibly easy. Here's how.

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Gemini AI in Google Messages rolls out to more Android devices: 7 ways to use it

What can your new Android AI assistant do? It would be easier to answer what it can't do.

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Huawei’s HarmonyOS gears up for faster expansion on back of major apps WeChat and Douyin

Huawei’s latest initiatives show how it is trying to buttress HarmonyOS’ position as the second-biggest mobile operating system in mainland China, after overtaking Apple’s iOS in the first quarter.

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The best electric screwdrivers of 2024: Expert tested and reviewed

I tested some of the best electric screwdrivers on the market to help you find the perfect one to make your DIY tasks faster and easier.

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The best-funded generative AI startups in Europe have something in common: Big Tech experience

Most of the top-funded generative AI companies in Europe were founded by entrepreneurs with experience at U.S. technology giants, according to Accel.

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OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever announces his new AI startup, Safe Superintelligence

OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever, who left the company in May, announced his new startup, which he's calling Safe Superintelligence, or SSI.

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A marathon, not a sprint: Apple's AI push faces big challenges in China

Apple Intelligence is Apple's big play that aims to bring artificial intelligence across its devices but there was little talk on how it will bring this to China.

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Tech war: Chinese chip makers ramp up capacity amid fears of more US sanctions

Chinese foundries, such as SMIC and Hua Hong Semiconductor Group, are ramping up production capacity amid fears of more US tech sanctions, according to an industry report.

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Booking.com warns of up to 900% increase in travel scams

The online travel firm says generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT, are driving the explosive rise.

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The perfect power bank to keep in your car for emergencies

This handheld power bank is perfect for charging your smartphone and tablet, and for jump-starting your car.

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What the EU’s extra tariffs on China’s electric vehicles mean for carmakers in both markets

The provisional duties vary between 17 and 38 per cent depending on each carmaker’s level of cooperation with the European Commission’s anti-subsidy investigation. Here’s what you need to know.

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Neo QLED vs OLED: Which TV technology is right for you?

TV acronyms have gotten so complex that you might be longing for the days when the only choice was plasma or LCD.

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Alibaba denies talks to sell Lazada’s Thailand unit as it eyes continued global expansion

The Chinese e-commerce giant denied the rumours sparked by a Bangkok Post report, as it continues to grapple with an economic slowdown at home.

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Europe’s EV battery hope fades as China pulls ahead while US subsidies undermine resources

China already has excess battery-making capacity, can make cells at a fraction of the cost it takes in Europe, and has a head start on the next generation of cell technology.

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JPMorgan’s China bear turns bullish, finds ‘20 to 25 pc upside’ in nation’s tech stocks

‘Macro indicators which are showing early indication of a stabilisation’ have driven a rally, according to a JPMorgan analyst known for his bearish stance.

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Hong Kong’s WeLab eyes Southeast Asia digital banks, exporting tech services as new growth engines

The fintech unicorn backed by billionaire Li Ka-shing is looking at setting up digital banks across Southeast Asia and providing its technology services to conglomerates in Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines.

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Tencent pulls hit game DnF Mobile from app stores of Huawei, Oppo and Vivo in sign of dispute

The move comes less than a month after hit video game Dungeon & Fighter Mobile was launched by Tencent Holdings on the mainland.

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The best rechargeable batteries of 2024

We rounded up the top rechargeable batteries so you can ditch disposable batteries, save money, and help the planet. It's a win-win.

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I tried Microsoft's new Surface Laptop Copilot+ PC and it beat my MacBook Air in 3 ways

The company's first consumer laptop built for the AI era is already putting a smile on my face.

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The best cheap Android phone I've used this year can be had for free

T-Mobile's $250 Revvl 7 Pro covers the basics with a large display, long-lasting battery, and solid media playback.

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X boss Elon Musk softens 'go f--- yourself' comment as he tries to woo advertisers back

Elon Musk said his remark telling advertisers to "go f--- yourself" was meant as a general point on free speech rather than a comment to the wider industry.

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SUSE upgrades its distros with 19 years of support - no other Linux comes close

Like its rivals Red Hat and Canonical, SUSE does more than just Linux these days; but at heart, it's still a Linux company.

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5 reasons why MacOS and Linux go together like a knife and fork

I can't imagine working with only Linux or MacOS. With both operating systems at my disposal, there's nothing I can't do.

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Beat the heat with this Whirlpool portable AC for over $200 off at Lowe's

Summer is here, and many Americans are preparing for a heatwave. Right now, you can save $210 on this portable AC unit to stay cool.

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The best laptops of 2024: Expert tested and reviewed

We've gone hands-on with dozens of new laptops this year. These are our picks for the best laptops out there right now, no matter what you're looking for.

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Amazon Prime Day 2024 is back this July: Everything you need to know (plus some shoppable deals)

Amazon's Prime Day sale will be here within weeks. Here's what to know about the shopping event and some deals you can buy now.

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What's stranger than AI? These new job roles - with titles that are so TBD

Wanted: Bias Buster? Prompt Whisperer? Reality Check Officer? Across industries, demand is surging for a range of new roles to tame the AI beast.

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Tech war: Huawei wields growing influence in China’s server industry with AI chip success

Huawei Technologies, which was forced to divest its server subsidiary three years ago due to US tech sanctions, is regaining its influence in that sector on the back of its AI chips.

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Don't blame us for people suffering - London hospital hackers

They claim the cyber attack - which has disrupted more than 1,000 procedures - was politically motivated.

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China’s 618 shopping festival ends with Alibaba, JD.com declaring victory amid ‘waning’ interest

Alibaba and JD.com touted impressive growth trends but declined to reveal total GMV figures for their midyear 618 shopping festival, as competition heats up and consumers grow weary of too many promotions.

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AI frenzy makes Nvidia the world's most valuable company

The Californian firm's meteoric rise has been fuelled by its dominance of the "new gold" - AI chips.

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Tech war: US seeks help of allies Japan and Netherlands to curb China’s AI chip progress

The United States aims to further restrict the ability of mainland China to produce the high-bandwidth memory chips needed for artificial intelligence development.

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In quest to generate alpha, fund managers see GenAI as ‘holy grail’: Citigroup

The fund management industry is using AI to enhance operational efficiency and productivity, investment research and client engagement, Citigroup study shows.

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Klarna rival Zilch raises $125 million with aim to triple sales and accelerate path to IPO

British fintech firm Zilch says it's raised $125 million in debt from Deutsche Bank to help it further its path toward an eventual initial public offering.

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Inside Europe's tech hubs: Does London have what it takes to remain No. 1?

The U.K. is seen as one of the world's biggest tech hubs behind the U.S. and China, but it is facing challenges ranging from Brexit to a weak IPO market.

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TikTok faces fresh US pressure over child privacy

The allegation from US regulators adds to the growing pressure faced by the social media firm.

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Chinese EV makers, suppliers risk dent to global stature in price war, Bosch exec warns

China should create a fair and orderly mechanism to avoid cutthroat competition, China president of German supplier says he told Xi Jinping.

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Amazon fined $5.9 million for over 59,000 violations of California labor laws

Officials investigated two Amazon warehouses in Southern California and found they "failed to provide written notice of quotas."

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FTC refers TikTok complaint to Justice Department

The Federal Trade Commission said it's referred its complaint against TikTok and ByteDance to the Department of Justice.

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Nvidia passes Microsoft in market cap to become most valuable public company

Nvidia shares have multiplied by more than nine-fold since the end of 2022, and the chipmaker surpassed Microsoft to become the most valuable public company.

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Tech Life: Bionic arms and robotic thumbs

This week Tech Life has a special programme about the technology of artificial limbs.

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Nvidia becomes world’s most valuable company as AI rally steams ahead

The semiconductor giant jumped ahead of big tech rivals Microsoft and Apple, as it dominates the AI market with high-powered chips.

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Bitcoin drifts back under $65,000 for the first time in more than a month

Bitcoin fell with the broader cryptocurrency market on Tuesday amid concerns about the global economy and lower summer liquidity.

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Drone maker DJI hits back at US bill to ban products, citing commitment to data security

Chinese drone maker DJI has blasted a bill that would ban sales of its products in the US as ‘baseless allegations and xenophobic fear’, as it reiterated its commitment to user data security.

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Apple has 'very serious' issues under sweeping EU digital rules, competition chief says

In March, the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, opened a probe into Apple, under the new Digital Markets Act legislation.

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Amazon Labor Union votes to join forces with Teamsters

The new agreement could pressure Amazon to come to the bargaining table after contract negotiations stalled.

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Bacon ice cream and nugget overload sees misfiring McDonald's AI withdrawn

The voice recognition system seems not to have recognised what customers were really ordering.

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Intel’s China arm acquires minority stake in telecoms subsidiary of Apple supplier Luxshare

Intel’s latest investment on the mainland reflects its efforts in driving the buildout of sophisticated data centres used for the development of artificial intelligence systems.

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Climate change: Towngas, French energy group to launch Hong Kong’s first green hydrogen project

The Hong Kong and China Gas Company (Towngas) has teamed up with the French water, waste and energy group Veolia to launch the city’s first green hydrogen project, which will convert biogas from a landfill site into a sustainable fuel.

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From Alibaba to BYD, Chinese sponsors jostle for attention at Euro 2024 football tournament

Five of the championship’s 13 sponsors come from China, as these companies look abroad amid slow growth at home.

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TikTok challenges US ban by pointing to lawmakers’ secrecy, lack of evidence

TikTok owner ByteDance says a ban would infringe of free speech rights of 170 million users, but courts may defer to lawmakers on national security questions.

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Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing says it has no timetable for Hong Kong IPO

Didi had originally planned for a Hong Kong listing this year, according to a source.

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China’s Realme apologises after armed robbery of flagship smartphones shipment

The company said it cannot ensure the ‘in-store experience’ it would like for the launch of its GT6 handset after reports a shipment was stolen at gunpoint in May.

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SoftBank-backed travel tech firm TravelPerk acquires U.S. rival and bags $135 million for expansion

TravelPerk, a European corporate travel booking platform, told CNBC it has acquired Chicago-based startup AmTrav to help further its U.S. expansion.

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Foxconn finally hits 8-year stock target set out by billionaire founder Terry Gou

‘The AI wave lifts all boats,’ says one analyst, as shares of Hon Hai Precision Industry reach NT$200.

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Apple scraps its Pay Later loan scheme

It marks a retreat for the technology giant from plans to offer traditional financial services.

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Building a $2bn online game by breaking the rules

How the Elder Scrolls Online survived a difficult launch to become a quiet gaming success story.

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Crypto stablecoin giant Tether introduces new synthetic dollar backed by gold

Tether Gold, backed by physical gold stored in Switzerland, highlights the company’s ambitions to expand beyond its USDT stablecoin.

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Microsoft has limited exposure to China, but US lawmakers still raise questions

Microsoft has come under the spotlight amid rising geopolitical tensions, as US lawmakers questioned the company over its ties to the world’s second largest economy.

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Hong Kong export credit insurer to cover trade loans made to e-commerce SMEs

This is the first credit trade insurance based on alternative data to help Hong Kong-based e-commerce merchants, ECIC commissioner Terence Chiu says.

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Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?

Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

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Activist Starboard sues Autodesk in bid to mount proxy fight

After disclosing a $500 million stake in Autodesk, Starboard is suing the software vendor to delay its annual shareholder meeting.

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Apple stops offering buy now, pay later loans in U.S.

Apple said it would no longer issue loans that enabled customers to buy products online and pay in four interest-free installments, at prices up to $1,000.

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Software giant Adobe accused of 'trapping customers'

Regulators allege Adobe failed to properly disclose subscription terms and made it too onerous to cancel.

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US appeal court to hear challenges to potential TikTok ban on September 16

The hearing will put the fate of TikTok in the middle of the final weeks of the 2024 presidential election.

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US surgeon general wants social media warning labels

Vivek Murthy says social media increases the risk that children will experience anxiety and depression.

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Apple analyst Kuo says new Apple Watch will include larger screen, thinner design

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a blog post that he expects the Apple Watch Series 10 to offer a thinner design and bigger screens.

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Tencent’s WeChat breaks ranks to ban digital influencers in live streaming

Tencent plans to ban digital hosts powered by AI on its live-streaming commerce platforms, as Beijing tightens controls over AI-generated content.

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Activist Starboard amasses Autodesk stake, weighs suit over delayed probe disclosure

Autodesk has been under deep scrutiny over an accounting scandal that led to the resignation of its CFO over potentially inflated financial metrics.

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Apple supplier TDK says battery breakthrough can deliver higher performance for wearable devices

The Apple supplier said the innovation can be utilized in various wearable devices, including wireless earphones, hearing aids and smartwatches.

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Chinese maker of semi-solid EV batteries reports delivery jump amid range rivalry

Deliveries by Beijing WeLion rose 31 per cent in May as backer Nio and other EV makers push vehicle ranges towards 1,000km on a charge.

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Chinese smartphone giant Vivo in talks to sell stake in Indian factory to Tata Group: report

Vivo’s potential deal with Tata comes amid India’s growing scrutiny of Chinese businesses and New Delhi’s efforts to involve local manufacturers in the operations of foreign smartphone brands.

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Virtual camera operators: The unsung heroes of esports

A different kind of esports pro explains how they capture all the action during tense matches.

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China’s venture capital ‘godfather’ Neil Shen exits board of food delivery giant Meituan

Shen’s departure comes after venture capital firm HongShan had been gradually cutting its stake in Meituan since China’s food delivery services giant debuted in Hong Kong in 2018.

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As Shein heads towards IPO, its Chinese billionaire founder stays under cloak of secrecy

Even by the standards of Chinese tech business leaders, the lack of public information about Xu Yangtian is unusual.

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EU cybersecurity label should not discriminate against Big Tech, European groups say

Industry groups say it was crucial that their members have access to a diverse range of cloud technologies.

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Global audiences suspicious of AI-powered newsrooms, report finds

Consumers are suspicious about the use of AI to create news content, particularly for sensitive subjects such as politics.

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Malaysia is emerging as a data center powerhouse amid booming demand from AI

According to DC Byte's 2024 Global Data Centre Index, the city of Johor Bahru is the fastest growing data center market in Southeast Asia.

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'Hackers leaked intimate photos after my laptop was stolen'

A Spanish filmmaker turned the cameras on herself and made a "sextortion diary" after being blackmailed.

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From $40 billion fraud to $4.5 billion settlement: Inside the latest crypto firm paying big bucks to end legal trouble

Do Kwon's Terraform Labs the latest crypto villain to settle with the U.S.

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Advisors ‘wary’ of bitcoin ETFs are on a slow adoption journey, says BlackRock exec

About 80% of bitcoin ETF buying is coming from self-directed investors, according to BlackRock's Samara Cohen.

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EV maker Xpeng’s flying car takes first flight in Beijing in step towards commercialisation

X2, a flying car made by Xpeng affiliate AeroHT, took off at Beijing Daxing International Airport, as the firm moves closer to commercialising its aircraft.

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In Huawei’s home province, lychee farmers reap the benefits of China’s rural 5G push

Enhanced 5G coverage is helping farmers reach more customers through live streaming, as unpredictable weather threatens their livelihood.

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Chinese Nvidia distributor pairs graphics cards with Black Myth: Wukong game in offbeat promotion

The offbeat promotion reflects growing competition in the mainland graphics card market, where consumers are substituting Nvidia’s products with alternative made-in-China hardware.

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Huawei’s HarmonyOS unseats Apple’s iOS to become China’s No 2 mobile operating platform

Huawei saw HarmonyOS’ domestic presence more than double, from an 8 per cent share in the first quarter of 2023, on the back of brisk sales of its new 5G smartphones.

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Stanley Ho’s youngest son Mario sets sights on China’s first esports IPO in the US

Co-founded by Mario Ho, NIP Group aims to become the first listed Chinese company in the esports industry.

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How do hydrogen vehicles work? Are they the future of transport?

Long-range vehicles that emit only water are enticing, but high costs and fast evolution among battery-powered EVs could limit prospects.

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Alibaba, Xiaohongshu tout sales growth in China’s midyear e-commerce festival

Alibaba’s midyear shopping promotion has it going head-to-head with younger e-commerce competitors such as Xiaohongshu, China’s answer to Instagram.

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Adobe shares surge 15% for sharpest rally since 2020

Adobe reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue, lifting the stock to its biggest gain in more than four years.

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Jared Kushner's post-White House deal-making included badly timed bet on Amazon aggregator

Shortly after leaving the Trump White House, Jared Kushner was putting Saudi money to work across a host of businesses, including Amazon aggregator Unybrands.

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Google-backed Tempus AI closes first day of trading up 9% in Nasdaq stock market debut

Tempus AI rose by as much as 15% on Friday after the health-care diagnostics company priced its IPO at $37, the high end of its offering range.

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Microsoft to delay launch of AI Recall tool due to security concerns

Recall will shift from being a "broadly available" tool to a preview feature available only through the Windows Insiders Program.

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Elon Musk claims Optimus robots could make Tesla a $25 trillion company — more than half the value of the S&P 500 today

At Tesla's annual shareholder meeting Thursday, CEO Elon Musk said the company's jump into humanoid robots could lift its market cap by almost fiftyfold.

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Tesla investors back $56bn Musk pay deal

The multi-billionaire had campaigned for the payout, which is worth up to $56bn.

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Beijing non-profit academy offers open-source AI tools to fuel country’s adoption of the technology

A Beijing non-profit has launched a suite of open-source AI models to help fuel the technology’s local development, in a fresh example of China’s efforts to push back against US tech restrictions.

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Europe must embrace AI revolution or fade into irrelevance

If Europe wants to reverse the steady erosion of its competitiveness and technological leadership, it must adapt to the promise of AI.

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'Mouse jigglers' pretending to work fired by bank

Wells Fargo has fired a number of workers, after reviewing claims of fake keyboard activity.

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How three MIT scientists and Tencent’s backing created Hong Kong’s new investor darling

QuantumPharm’s IPO has been portrayed as a prime example of the city’s major role in supporting China’s technology drive.

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Is Elon Musk worth his $56bn Tesla pay package?

He is beloved by his millions of followers online, but would Musk's businesses have succeeded without him?

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Shanghai’s Yangpu district eyes smaller tech firms to complete its growing digital ecosystem

Shanghai’s northeastern Yangpu district , which has already attracted Big Tech firms such as Meituan and Bilibili, has set its sights on smaller technology businesses to form an ecosystem for its growing digital economy.

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ByteDance to close three ‘mini drama’ video channels amid competition, regulatory scrutiny

TikTok owner ByteDance has decided to close three channels in China that provide popular ‘mini dramas’ amid growing competition and regulatory pressure in the domestic market.

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Uniqlo’s hi-tech checkout charts path to ¥10 trillion in sales

Fast Retailing, the parent company of Uniqlo, is betting on barcode-less checkouts, vast data collection and other technologies to reach its target of ¥10 trillion in annual sales.

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Tech war: China’s top memory chip maker YMTC sees rising domestic demand, defying US curbs

The US-sanctioned company has become a favourite supplier for government-related projects in China, sources say.

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This fintech configures expense cards to block misuse — and investors just backed it with millions

Irish fintech CleverCards uses a digital platform linked to configurable expense cards to give companies control over how employees use their corporate cards.

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Apple tops Microsoft in value after best 3-day run since 2020

Apple overtook Microsoft to regain its title as the world’s most valuable company, the latest sign of improving investor sentiment over its growth and position with AI.

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Shanghai Technology Exchange to open Hong Kong branch as China boosts digital economy

The outpost will enable Chinese firms to acquire know-how from overseas entities and raise funds, chairman Xie Jihua said.

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EU’s tariffs may stall SAIC’s exports of EV but do little to keep BYD at bay, analysts say

The additional tariffs the EU plans to levy will not be severe enough to shut most Chinese-made electric vehicles (EVs) out, as the cost advantages of companies like BYD will outweigh the curbs, analysts say.

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The battle for Gen Z social shoppers

If TikTok is banned in the US, where might its social shoppers go?

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Nasa astronaut distress message broadcast in error

Space agency says the clip was from a training exercise which was accidentally put on YouTube,

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Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love

A jailbreak version of ChatGPT is becoming popular with women who prefer it to real world dating.

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'We are creating new crops five-times faster'

How artificial intelligence is increasingly helping the arable farming sector.

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Gaming giant Steam accused of ripping off 14m UK gamers

Legal claim alleges Steam's market dominance means consumers are paying too much for video games.

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Elon Musk unexpectedly drops case against OpenAI

The multi-billionaire Tesla boss filed the lawsuit against the ChatGPT developer at the end of February.

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GameStop raises over $2bn after Roaring Kitty rally

The company said it had sold all 75 million shares it had offered to investors.

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College students on life without a smartphone

Ten teenagers swap their smartphones for brick phones as part of a week-long digital detox.

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'Insane' amounts of data spurs new storage tech

Storing information with holograms and in glass is being proposed to deal with a deluge of data.

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Tech Life: Helping our animal friends

This edition of Tech Life is all about animals and tech.

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Apple brings ChatGPT to iPhones in AI overhaul

The company has been slower to roll out generative AI features than rivals including Google and Microsoft.

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Genetic testing firm 23andMe investigated over hack

Criminals gained access to 6.9 million records when the firm was hacked in October 2023.

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O-type blood donors needed after London cyber-attack

The NHS says last week's cyber-attack means blood cannot be sorted at the same frequency.

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What we learned from gaming's big weekend

Xbox's showcase tops off Summer Game Fest - here are some of the highlights from gaming's big weekend.

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Scammers use fake X accounts to impersonate airlines

Holidaymakers are warned about scams where fake social media accounts are used to impersonate airlines.

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Dead in 6 hours: How Nigerian sextortion scammers targeted my son

Jenn Buta has been campaigning since her son was targeted by sextortionists in Nigeria - a hotspot for scammers.

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Microsoft 'recalls' screenshot feature after outcry

Microsoft will modify a tool on its new AI-powered PCs that had sparked privacy concerns.

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The AI or real quiz: Euro 2024 edition

Do you think you have what it takes to spot the AI images of footballers from the real ones? See if you can spot what's artificial intelligence and what's real.

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British tech tycoon cleared in US fraud trial

Former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch was accused of fraud related to the $11bn sale of his firm to HP.

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Down the Rabbit hole: Pocket-sized AI gadget put to the test

The R1 is the latest attempt to build AI-powered hardware that challenges our smartphone addiction.

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Concern rises over AI in adult entertainment

AI in adult entertainment could have negative effects on society and individuals, experts say.

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Scientists enlist AI to interpret meaning of barks

They are also digging into whether AI can tell a dog's age, gender and breed based on the noises it makes.

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Could AI put an end to animal testing?

Artificial intelligence systems are increasingly being used to help test new drugs and chemicals.

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Australia wants to become a renewable energy superpower. Can it?

The country has come up with an ambitious plan to become the engine room of the new green economy.

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Tech Life: The women dating AI chatbots

What is it like to have an AI boyfriend? The women in China who date chatbots.

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Can 'energy hog' hot tubs be greener?

Hot tubs are becoming a standard feature at holiday parks, but can they be made more energy efficient?

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TikTokers on why they have to delay ‘adulting’

People are taking to the app to highlight the difficulty in achieving “traditional” milestones.

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Why France's start-up champion has struggled abroad

Its appointment booking software is everywhere in France, but Doctolib has struggled to make a dent elsewhere.

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'The chatbot has transformed my life'

How AI tools are helping people with neurodiversity live their lives.

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Tech Life: Being watched

Words of warning about facial recognition, biometrics and artificial intelligence.

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Why technology has not transformed building

New technology has yet to transform homebuilding which is still largely a manual task.

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'People are just not worried about being scammed'

Fraudsters are increasingly using AI, but are people taking the problem seriously enough?

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Tech Life: Tackling online abuse of athletes

The Olympics turn to AI to try crack down on online abuse aimed at athletes

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How phone theft in London was tackled in the 90s

In 1994, the boom in mobile phones spawned a crime wave of phone thefts in the capital.

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These elephants are dying on rail tracks - can AI save them?

Officials in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu are using AI to monitor elephant movement on rail tracks.

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Business locked in expensive AI 'arms race'

Business leaders feel pressure to invest in AI but the costs are formidable.

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The man who turned his dead father into a chatbot

The "grief tech" firms helping users create talking avatars of their dead relatives.

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Tech Life: Help for cancer patients

The machine that allows patients to take their own blood samples for analysis from home.

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Cow dung's key role in India's energy industry

India is hoping that biogas, produced from farm waste, will curb its reliance on imported gas.

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Ros Atkins on... How different countries protect children online

BBC Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at what what is being done to prevent minors seeing harmful content.

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Will AI dream up the hit TV shows of the future?

Television production firms admit they are already using AI to come up with new programme ideas.

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Protecting under-18s from harmful online content

Marianna Spring on how the UK's media regulator wants to protect children from harmful content on social media.

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Tech Life: The mammoth ivory problem

Tech can play a role in combating the illegal trade in elephant ivory.

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BBC Verify looks at fake AI-generated Met Gala images

Fake pictures of Katy Perry and other artists at the Met Gala went viral on social media.

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How the computer games industry is embracing AI

Developing computer games can be wildly expensive so some hope that AI can cut the cost.

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The insect farmers turning to AI to help lower costs

Makers of insect-based animal feed hope to be able to compete with soybeans on price.

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Tech Life: TikTok world

TikTok is a popular video sharing platform, but not so popular with some governments.

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After 20 years, what next for World of Warcraft?

The game's maker Activision Blizzard was bought by Microsoft last year in gaming's biggest ever acquisition

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