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Apple pulls Meta's WhatsApp, Threads from China App Store

Apple on Friday said it has pulled WhatsApp, Threads, Signal and Telegram from the App Store in China.

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Tesla recalls Cybertruck over 'trapped pedal' issue seen in owner's viral TikTok video

Tesla has issued a voluntary recall of 3,878 of its Cybertruck vehicles to repair a "trapped pedal" issue seen in a viral TikTok video.

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Logitech's free AI Prompt Builder is surprisingly handy. Here's how I'm using it

I tried Logitech's new AI feature and immediately added it to my bag of tricks - which I don't do lightly. In this article, I'll show you three ways to customize this awesome tool and make it your own.

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6 reasons to buy an Apple Watch, according to a wearables expert

My Apple Watch goes with me everywhere. These reasons prove why I wear it every day, and why you should buy one, too.

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Meta permanently slashes the Quest 2's price again, dropping it to an all-time low

For the second time this year, Meta has permanently cut the price of its second-generation VR headset.

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Los Angeles is using AI in a pilot program to try to predict homelessness and allocate aid

In Los Angeles, a Homelessness Prevention pilot program aims to use predictive AI to identify individuals and families at risk of becoming homeless.

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The best parental control apps of 2024: Keep your kids safe

Parental control apps can help protect your children with location tracking, screen time limits, web filtering, and more. These are the best on the market.

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Baidu’s self-driving project swerves to profit-chasing after burning cash for years

The internet giant’s Intelligent Driving Group will strive for ‘100 million yuan of revenue and 100 million yuan of profits’, unit head Wang Yunpeng writes in a letter to employees.

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Messaging app Telegram to allow Tether stablecoin payments

Users of encrypted messaging service Telegram can now start sending money via the stablecoin USDT by using The Open Network blockchain.

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Bitcoin evangelist Michael Saylor has made $370 million from MicroStrategy stock sales this year

Following a share-sale plan executed last year, MicroStrategy founder Michael Saylor has profited handsomely from unloading stock in 2024.

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Huawei’s new Pura 70 series smartphone poses a threat to iPhone sales in China, say analysts

Huawei’s new Pura 70 series is posing a further threat to Apple in the world’s biggest smartphone market, as the Chinese tech giant eyes retaking the top spot on its home turf this year, analysts say.

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Tesla recalls Cybertrucks over accelerator crash risk

The electric car company, run by Elon Musk, is recalling thousands of what is its latest vehicle.

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Dutch minister confident ‘crown jewel’ chip firm ASML will stay in Netherlands after threat to leave

Dutch Finance Minister Steven van Weyenberg told CNBC's Karen Tso he is "very optimistic about ASML's future and that it will be within the Netherlands."

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Apple pulls social media giant Meta’s WhatsApp and Threads services from China App Store amid country’s tightened internet regulation

Chinese regulatory authorities had ordered the removal of those two apps over national security concerns, according to Apple.

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I can't hike without these 5 tech gadgets

Exploring the great outdoors this Earth Day weekend? You will absolutely need these five gadgets on your next hike.

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Netflix profits soar after password crackdown

The streaming giant said it added 9.3 million subscribers in the first three months of the year.

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What are virtual cards and when should you use them?

Google says using a virtual card number can help you keep your payment information safe. Here's how you can use one.

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Taiwan plays a 'very crucial role' in AI supply chain, says Taiwan Stock Exchange CEO

Much of Taiwan's dominance can be attributed to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract chipmaker.

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AI-powered world health chatbot is flubbing some answers

The World Health Organisation is providing basic health information through a humanlike avatar, but the AI-driven bot does not always know what it is talking about.

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Li Auto takes on Tesla’s Model Y by pricing new L6 SUV deliberately lower as cutthroat discounts persist in China

Beijing-based Li Auto has priced the new L6 SUV from 249,800 yuan (US$34,509) onwards, 5 per cent cheaper than Tesla’s popular Model Y.

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Google consolidates teams with aim to create AI products faster

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai announced changes to Google’s workplace teams structure, saying the moves will help the company develop AI products and services faster and more efficiently.

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TSMC beats first-quarter revenue and profit expectations on strong AI chip demand

TSMC is the world's largest producer of advanced processors and counts companies such as Nvidia and Apple as its clients.

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China’s 4 new ‘AI tigers’ – Baichuan, Zhipu AI, Moonshot AI and MiniMax – emerge as investor favourites

Baichuan, Zhipu AI, Moonshot AI and MiniMax are amassing billions of yuan of funding from domestic tech giants, venture capitalists and state-backed investors.

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Can TikTok's owner afford to lose its killer app?

Sell or be banned - TikTok's US operations, by some estimates, could fetch up to $100bn.

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Almost a quarter of kids aged 5-7 have smartphones

The regulator calls the data a "wake up call", and says parents and industry need to do more.

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Lenovo and Alibaba team up to build AI computers, as generative AI race heats up in China

Lenovo has been strengthening its focus on AI amid a broader trend in the global PC industry to integrate the fast-developing technology into various products and services.

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Why a deluge of Chinese-made drugs is hard to curb

Thousands of Chinese companies are making synthetic opioids and shipping them around the world.

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Chinese smartphone vendor OnePlus faces potential wider sales ban in India amid complaints raised by another retail group

The grievances raised by the All India Mobile Retailers Association show the current precarious position of OnePlus’ business in the world’s second-largest smartphone market.

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Meta's new AI assistant is rolling out across WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook and Messenger

Meta AI is rolling out across its social media platforms WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook and Messenger.

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I tested Samsung's flagship laptop and it gave my MacBook Pro a run for its money

The Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Ultra impresses with one of the best displays on the market and exceptional battery life.

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The best TVs of 2024

The best TVs don't make you compromise on picture and sound quality just to stay on-budget. We tested models from Samsung, Hisense and more to help you find the best fit for you.

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23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki considers taking company private

23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki is considering a proposal to take the genetic testing company private.

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Boston Dynamics' latest Atlas robot sure has some (creepy) moves

One day after retiring its hydraulic humanoid robot, the company introduces a stronger, more agile electric version.

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Brave search engine adds privacy-focused AI - no Google or Bing needed

Accessible in any browser, Brave's new 'Answer with AI' option provides an AI-generated summary - with sources - in response to your requests and searches.

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How Meta's Llama 3 will be integrated into its AI assistant

With the release of two small open-source models ahead of a major Llama 3 launch later this year, Meta also vows to make the AI readily available across all its platforms.

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The best phones of 2024: Expert tested and reviewed

We tested the best phones (both iPhones and Androids) and found the top picks to satisfy power users, budget shoppers, foldable enthusiasts, and more.

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The best Amazon deals right now

We rounded up the best Amazon deals that you can shop right now, so you can save more. Grab savings on tablets, TVs, and more top tech products this month.

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The Samsung QLED TV that most people should buy is up to $2,400 off

The 2023 Neo QLED TV is no longer the latest from Samsung, but it still delivers color-accurate pictures and immersive sound right out of the box.

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Get a lifetime subscription to Windows 11 Pro for $40 right now

Windows 11 Pro puts productivity in your hands with features that make hybrid work a breeze.

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These earbuds are the first equipped with ChatGPT, and they're cheaper than you think

The new Nothing Ear and Ear (a) earbuds let you talk to ChatGPT like you would a friend.

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The best robot vacuum deals right now: iRobot, Roborock, and more

Score a deal on one of the best robot vacuums to help you get on top of your spring cleaning.

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The best note-taking tablets of 2024: Tested and reviewed

We went hands-on with the best note-taking tablets from Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and more to help you take notes the modern way.

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Don't touch that filthy remote! Apple AirPlay arrives at select hotels - here's how it works

Stream favorite shows or follow workout videos - using your iPhone, no remote needed - with AirPlay, the frequent traveler's new best friend.

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Buy a lifetime Babbel subscription for $200 right now

Learn a new language with this lifetime subscription to Babbel Language Learning at a discount with this deal.

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Google terminates 28 employees after multicity protests: Read the full memo

Google terminated 28 employees Wednesday, according to an internal memo viewed by CNBC, after a series of protests against Project Nimbus.

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Elon Musk email says Tesla sent 'incorrectly low' severance packages to laid-off employees

In a brief email to staffers on Wednesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company sent incorrect severance packages to some employees who lost their jobs.

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Zando launches international unit to counter Shein and Temu in South Africa

Zando Global was launched on Thursday in the hopes of taking on the fast-fashion Chinese e-commerce retailers at home.

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Global police agencies take down massive scam website that defrauded thousands of victims

Britain's Metropolitan Police said in a statement Thursday that the LabHost website was used by 2,000 criminals to steal users' personal details.

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AI startup Stability lays off 10% of staff after controversial CEO's exit: Read the full memo

Stability AI laid off several employees to "right-size" the business after a period of unsustainable growth, according to an internal memo obtained by CNBC.

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China’s Ant, Baidu, Tencent collaborate with US firms OpenAI, Nvidia on publishing first global generative AI standards

The first global standards specifically covering GenAI and LLM released on Tuesday are a joint effort between Ant Group, Baidu, Tencent, OpenAI, Microsoft, Nvidia and others.

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Tesla boss Elon Musk’s lay-offs mainly target sales staff, leaving production at Shanghai Gigafactory unaffected: sources

Only a few dozen employees at the Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai were told to leave, representing a tiny portion of the workforce of 20,000 assembling Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, say two people with knowledge of the matter.

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Apple planning US$250 million expansion in Singapore to write ‘new chapter’ in company’s history in city state

The plans come as Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with Singapore’s prime minister-designate Lawrence Wong as well as the city state’s incumbent leader Lee Hsien Loong this week as part of his Southeast Asia tour.

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Alibaba’s Taobao launches 3D-capable shopping app ahead of Apple’s mainland release of Vision Pro mixed-reality headset

The app marks the latest effort by Alibaba to improve users’ experience on its various online platforms via augmented and virtual reality technologies.

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Tim Cook visits Singapore amid Apple's Southeast Asia expansion efforts

Tim Cook will meet with Singapore's next leader to conclude a whirlwind tour around Southeast Asia as Apple expands in the region.

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After chip breakthrough, Huawei launches fresh lineup of phones to challenge Apple in China

Huawei launched the Pura 70 series of smartphones on Thursday in a bid to continue its resurgence in China and ramp up its challenge to Apple in the market.

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Cisco debuts new AI-focused security system after $28 billion deal to buy Splunk

Enterprise tech giant Cisco unveiled a new security product, called HyperShield, which it says aims to secure clients' data and devices with the help of AI.

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US-sanctioned Huawei unveils new Pura 70 smartphone series amid speculation over its chip capabilities

Huawei announced on Thursday its highly anticipated new smartphone series, the Pura 70, its biggest flagship handset launch since the Mate 60 Pro, which drew scrutiny for its home-made advanced chip.

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Google cuts jobs, shifts some roles abroad as tech lay-offs continue amid economic uncertainty

Google has not specified how many employees will be laid off, but said some will be able to apply for internal roles.

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TSMC set to report 5% rise in first quarter profit on strong artificial intelligence chip demand

TSMC, the dominant producer of advanced chips used in artificial intelligence applications, is expected to report a 5 per cent rise in first-quarter profit on Thursday thanks to strong demand.

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Malaysia is unfazed by China, U.S. semiconductor competition, minister says

Malaysia appears to be benefitting from U.S.-China trade tensions, which has prompted companies to diversify their semiconductor operations.

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Micron Technology poised to get over US$6 billion in chips grants in announcement next week

Micron Technology, the largest US maker of memory chips, is poised to get US$6.1 billion in government grants to help pay for domestic factories, part of an effort to bring semiconductor production back to American soil.

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Baidu releases new AI tools to promote application development

One year after Chinese tech firm Baidu released its ChatGPT-like Ernie bot, the company announced tools to encourage locals to develop AI applications.

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‘AI is going to be huge’ says JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon as he lays out his vision for the future of money

AI is likely to make dramatic improvements to workers’ quality of life, but as with every new technology, some jobs will also be lost, Dimon says.

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How a little known spin-off of Chinese battery giant CATL has come to dominate the global home energy storage market

Ampace is betting on a boom in home energy storage systems and the ‘batterification’ of tools and electronic devices as it aims to solidify an already dominant position in a part of the market away from electric cars and smartphones.

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Tesla is laying off 285 employees in Buffalo, New York as part of a broad restructuring

Earlier this week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent a memo company-wide saying that the automaker would be reducing more than 10% of its global workforce.

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'AI helps me to make wine for younger drinkers'

The winemakers using artificial intelligence to help them grow grapes and blend their wines.

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China’s autonomous driving players struggle to turn a profit despite heavy investments

Banma Network Technologies, an Alibaba-backed autonomous-driving software start-up, has replaced its CEO amid an overhaul.

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Google workers arrested after nine-hour protest in cloud chief's office

Nine Google workers were arrested Tuesday after sit-in protests, including a nine-hour sit-in at Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian's office in Sunnyvale.

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Google restructures finance team as part of AI shift, CFO tells employees in memo

Google Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat wrote to employees that the finance teams would be restructured, a move that will include relocations and layoffs.

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ASML earnings drag semiconductor stocks lower

ASML fell over 8% on a day when the entire S&P 500 index was only down less than 1%.

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Amazon cloud unit kills Snowmobile data transfer truck eight years after driving 18-wheeler onstage

Amazon Web Services says it has better and more cost-efficient ways to move data to the cloud than by using the semi truck it introduced in 2016.

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Tesla pushes for $56bn pay deal for Elon Musk

The deal, if approved by shareholders and judges, would be the largest in corporate America.

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Amazon starts selling smart grocery carts to other retailers

The company has expanded Dash Carts in Fresh stores and Whole Foods locations as it has recently pulled back on its cashier-less checkout technology.

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EU demands answers on money-for-views version of TikTok

The platform has been given 24 hours to provide information about the potential risks of TikTok Lite.

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Bye, robot: Atlas HD retires after 11 years of jumps, flips and falls

Boston Dynamics' human-like Atlas robot is "retired" after 11 years.

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Tesla asks shareholders to vote again on Musk's $56 billion payout

Tesla CEO Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package will go to another shareholder vote in June, after a Delaware court voided it as excessive.

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Shares of critical chip firm ASML drop 5% as sales miss expectations with 22% fall

ASML on Wednesday said first quarter profit beat expectations while sales missed forecasts, with the compant sticking to its full-year outlook.

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TikTok owner ByteDance’s ‘AI homework helper’ Gauth soars in US education apps market despite political headwinds

Gauth was the second most-downloaded education app for Apple iOS devices in the US as of Wednesday, behind language-learning platform Duolingo.

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Dongfeng, Chery lead Chinese carmakers in eying Europe factories amid brutal price war at home

Carmakers like Dongfeng, Chery and BYD are eyeing production sites in Europe to assemble the next generation of electric vehicles as a foil against the EU’s protectionist tariffs as a brutal price war at home drives more producers offshore in search of fresh markets.

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Chinese walkie-talkie maker Hytera resumes sales of two-way radio products after US court suspends global ban

The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Tuesday suspended the global sales injunction against Hytera’s two-way radio products.

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Apple will 'look at' manufacturing in Indonesia, CEO Cook says, as China diversification push continues

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company will "look at" manufacturing in Indonesia, following a meeting with the country's President Joko Widodo.

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Chip equipment giant ASML misses orders forecast, but China sales hold up despite US sanctions

Sales of ASML’s lithography systems to customers in China made up a record 49 per cent of the total in the first quarter.

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Apple mulls first manufacturing facility in Indonesia after CEO Tim Cook meets Joko Widodo

The tech executive met Indonesian President Joko Widodo in Jakarta and talked about the possibility of setting up manufacturing in the Southeast Asian nation.

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Microsoft invests US$1.5 billion in UAE’s G42 in pivot from China

Microsoft will invest US$1.5 billion in the UAE’s top artificial intelligence firm, G42, after the Abu Dhabi-based company worked out an unusual deal with the US government to end any cooperation with China.

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China plays up Alibaba, Shein’s role in promoting cross-border e-commerce at ‘digital silk road’ forum, as exports rise

At the Digital Silk Road Development Forum in Xian, Alibaba and Shein were praised for helping advance the country’s booming cross-border e-commerce sector.

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Bitcoin halving is likely this week — here's what you need to know

The bitcoin halving usually precedes a price rise for the cryptocurrency to a new all-time high. But this time, things are different.

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China’s JD.com ramps up AI use on its platform as founder Richard Liu Qiangdong debuts avatar in live-streaming sessions

Richard Liu Qiangdong’s avatar is expected to host more live-streaming shows in the future, as JD.com touted that its AI-powered virtual streamers cover more than 4,000 brands.

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Apple update addresses Jerusalem emoji controversy

A new software update stops the Palestinian flag emoji appearing when iPhone users type "Jerusalem".

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Andreessen Horowitz raises $7.2 billion, a sign that tech startup market may be bouncing back

Andreessen Horowitz raised $7.2 billion for investments in growth, artificial intelligence and other areas but hasn't announced new funding for its crypto arm.

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Tech Life: Fixing undersea cables

Undersea fibre-optic cables help keep us online - but what happens when they break?

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China’s semiconductor output jumps 40% in first quarter amid growing dominance in legacy chips

US exports control could unintentionally lead to a Chinese dominance of global legacy-chip production, researchers say.

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'Bad at almost everything': AI wearable panned by reviewers

A new AI-fuelled gadget has fallen foul of the tech world's expectations.

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Baidu claims 200 million users for Ernie chatbot, in sign that generative AI investments are paying off

Baidu’s artificial intelligence chatbot Ernie Bot has attracted over 200 million users, according to company chief executive Robin Li Yanhong, as the AI race in China heats up.

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Alibaba strengthens commitment to open-source development of AI models amid debate over this strategy

The company’s latest AI push could fuel further debate on whether China can continue relying on open-source development, instead of bolstering its own tech ecosystem.

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Hong Kong’s bitcoin, ether ETFs seen as attractive to Asian buyers, but ‘child’s play’ compared with scale of US market

Spot bitcoin and ether ETFs in Asia could be attractive to investors looking to avoid US tax laws, but the market is still relatively ‘tiny’.

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Officials promote China-led cyber governance to Belt and Road members during the Digital Silk Road forum in Xian

Officials touted China’s progress in strengthening digital development initiatives for BRI members, calling for countries to work together and ‘oppose technological blockades’.

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Electric vehicles: China’s Chery Automobile enters UK’s car rental business as its Omoda EVs are leased out by Octopus

Chinese state-owned carmaker Chery Automobile takes a step into Europe’s EV markets as its Omoda brand establishes a partnership with UK car rental company Octopus Electric Vehicles.

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Xiaomi’s success means more trouble for battered China electric vehicle stocks

Xiaomi’s roaring entry into the electric vehicle market is dimming the recovery outlook for China’s beaten down car start-ups, with better-than-expected initial orders for the SU7 helping a rally its shares.

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My battle with Tesla: I want to clear my name before I die

A former Tesla engineer is in a decade-long battle with the car company, owned by Elon Musk.

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The challenge of upgrading iconic steel windows

Critall windows date back to the 1880s but their steel construction makes them vulnerable to damp.

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Tesla lays off more than 10% of its workforce

Owner Elon Musk said it was a difficult decision to reduce Tesla's global headcount.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits Vietnam as US tech giant’s supply chain shift stirs unease in China

During Tim Cook’s visit, Apple says it will raise investments on suppliers in the Southeast Asian country.

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US grants Samsung up to US$6.4 billion in funding to produce advanced chips in Texas

The award is the latest from the Biden administration, as the United States looks to cement its global lead in creating advanced semiconductors.

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Hong Kong’s first spot bitcoin and ether ETFs get conditional approval as city stakes a lead on such products

Bosera Asset Management, HashKey Capital, Harvest International and ChinaAMC are all working on spot crypto ETFs after the SFC’s first conditional approvals.

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Tencent Cloud issues detailed report on service breakdown in bid to soothe customers as rivals fight for market share

Tencent has blamed ‘irregularities’ in its cloud service hub for a breakdown last week, in a bid to soothe user concerns amid intensifying competition and rising demand in the domestic market.

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Apple loses world's top smartphone maker spot to Samsung as iPhone shipments drop, IDC says

Apple’s smartphone shipments fell about 10 per cent in the first quarter, hurt by intensifying global competition from Android handset makers aiming for the top spot, according to new data from research firm IDC.

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Stronger international laws in outer space can help avoid a new arms race

The US military has released a strategy document on integrating commercial space technology innovation with national security priorities. As other nations seek to bolster their own space capabilities, the need for cooperative frameworks is only growing.

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Tech war: China pushes forward self-reliance campaign amid unrelenting US sanctions

In Beijing’s Tongming Lake IT City, a group of prominent Chinese firms are leading efforts to become self-sufficient in core technology.

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Generative AI takes centre stage at twin Hong Kong tech fairs, as government-backed research centre debuts

InnoEX and the spring edition of the Hong Kong Electronics Fair bring together 3,000 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions.

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Tech war: US sanctions on key Nvidia distributor in China could push more customers towards domestic replacements

Sitonholy, which has been added to the US Entity List, is one of a few ‘elite-level’ Nvidia data centre product solutions providers in China.

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Alibaba, navigating sea change, reorients business towards bread-and-butter e-commerce and AI, pares down overhaul

Alibaba scales back an ambitious business overhaul plan and bids farewell to a turbulent year, as its founders call on employees to embrace changes.

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Robot dog trains to walk on Moon in Oregon trials

US engineering team has a two-year, $2m grant to help Nasa study the Moon's surface.

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Billionaire twins invest in ninth-tier football club

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will become co-owners of Real Bedford.

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Electric ‘beng bengs’ create a sensation in US. Now about those delivery charges …

The electric version of the motorised cargo tricycle, long used in China, has drawn interest in the United States after a social media account showed one in Dearborn, Michigan.

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TON blockchain on Telegram teams with HashKey in Asia to help users exchange Toncoin cryptocurrency for cash

HashKey will facilitate the sale and purchase of Toncoin, the native token of the TON blockchain, which was started by Telegram Messenger.

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Spotlight, BMW’s China venture, to assemble EVs including Mini cars for consumers worldwide

Spotlight Automotive, BMW’s 50-50 EV venture with mainland Chinese partner Great Wall Motor, is designing new models that it hopes to sell globally.

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OnePlus faces complaints from Indian retailers as Chinese smartphone brand tries to maintain its slice of the market

OnePlus, a sub-brand of Oppo, is facing a slew of complaints related to low profit margins and warranty claims in India.

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Government should counter misinformation on TikTok - MPs

A committee says the government should be more relatable in its communications with the public.

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Baldur's Gate 3 wins big at Bafta Games Awards

Super Mario Bros Wonder won two, while Star Wars Jedi: Survivor missed out despite six nominations.

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Regulator fears big tech firms' power in AI market

CMA points to "interconnected web" involving Google, Apple, Microsoft, Meta and Amazon.

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Instagram trying nudity blurring to stop 'sextortion'

The platform will use AI-powered systems to detect nude images and identify sextortion accounts.

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Elon Musk to visit India for meeting with PM Modi

The Tesla boss is expected to announce major investment plans in India as the firm faces slowing demand.

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All you need to know for tonight's Bafta Games Awards

Zelda, Baldur's Gate 3 and Spider-Man 2 are among the frontrunners at this year's ceremony.

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Apple sparks Palestinian flag emoji controversy

iPhone users noticed a Palestinian flag emoji is being suggested when users type "Jerusalem."

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World of Warcraft to return to China

China's NetEase and games publisher Activision Blizzard end their feud which had angered fans.

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Tech Life: Space Junk

We look at what space junk is and the risk it poses to tech we use everyday.

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TikTok to take on Instagram with photo app

Some TikTok users have received notifications about a new app for photo posts "coming soon".

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Tesla to settle over fatal Autopilot crash

The trial, brought by the family of Apple engineer Walter Huang, was scheduled to begin this week.

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Boom times for US green energy as federal cash flows in

The US government has directed unprecedented sums of money at green energy projects.

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Microsoft announces new AI office in UK

The firm says its new London hub will "drive pioneering work" to advance AI models and development.

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Brazil Supreme Court judge opens inquiry into Musk

The billionaire owner of social media platform X has defied a court order to block certain accounts.

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Apple cuts jobs after dropping self-driving car plans

The tech giant is cutting 600 jobs from its abandoned self-driving car project, reports say.

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Samsung profits jump by more than 900% on chips

Chip prices recover from a post-pandemic slump while demand for AI-related products booms.

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The rise of magnets – from surgery to outer space

Magnets are central to much modern technology and firms are racing to make them more efficient.

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X gives free blue ticks to its most popular users

The site formerly known as Twitter is giving premium access to those with more than 2,500 verified followers.

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Google using AI to create search answers in UK trial

Some users will get AI-generated 'overviews' in their Google search results when they ask questions.

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WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook apps hit by outage

Services have been restored after users of Meta platforms reported problems on Wednesday.

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Amazon cuts hundreds of jobs in cloud business

Amazon Web Services represents 14% of the firm's overall revenue but the firm is shifting strategies.

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Google looks to AI paywall option, claims report

Search giant is reportedly considering charging for premium features in a major shake-up.

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Tech Life: Predicting the future of tech

How will the internet, and other tech we use today, evolve in the future?

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Tackling deepfakes 'has turned into an arms race'

The battle against fake images, video and audio is becoming ever harder as the tech improves.

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Tech Life: Charging electric bikes and scooters

What can be done to make charging them safer?

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Could AI take the grind out of accountancy?

AI could mean fewer accountancy jobs but is also taking over some of the more mundane tasks.

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Neuralink patient seen playing chess using brain implant

In a livestream on X, the patient explained that he was using a device in his brain to move the cursor.

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India in undersea race to mine world’s battery metal

The country has applied for two new licences to explore the deep seabed in parts of the Indian Ocean.

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'Journalists are feeding the AI hype machine'

AI reporters and experts discuss how well or otherwise the media covers the topic.

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Watch: Musk and son visit Tesla plant after fire

A far-left activist group took responsibility for the fire, which left the plant without power for nearly a week.

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Tech Life

We look at some of the reasons you choose your mobile phone handset

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Once India's most valuable start-up, Byju's is now fighting to survive

The ed-tech giant is teetering on the precipice after some investors voted to out its CEO last month.

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BBC Verify: How to spot AI fakes in the US election

The BBC's Marianna Spring explains the key to recognising AI-generated images circulating on social media.

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Tech Life

We visit two centres developing deep space communications and rocket launches.

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'I'd heard the big, bad, scary conversation about AI'

The women enrolling on artificial intelligence training courses to boost their job prospects.

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