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5 ways to ensure you spend time on the right tasks at work

Successful professionals dedicate their talents to areas where they make a difference. Here's how you can add value, too, according to business leaders.

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Microsoft set to unveil its vision for AI PCs at Build developer conference

Microsoft Build 2024 starts Tuesday, and the company is expected to talk about how Windows will power new "AI PCs."

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One of the best productivity laptops I've tested is not made by Dell or Apple

HP's new Envy x360 2-in-1 (2024) has a gorgeous display, but its strong performance and flexible form factor truly set it apart.

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What is Veo? Meet Google's next-gen AI video creator, powered by Imagen 3

OpenAI's Sora just got some serious competition. While Veo is still in preview, here's how to try the model for yourself.

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Google co-founder on the future of AI wearables (and his Google Glass regrets)

At Google I/O 2024, Sergey Brin shared his thoughts on Gemini, Project Astra, smart glasses, and more.

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Google's brief smart glasses teaser flew under the radar, but it could mean something big

During its Project Astra demo video, Google snuck in a scene at the end teasing some new AR smart glasses, indicating it might be next to join in the smart glasses game.

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Apple quietly promoted an excellent iPhone feature I never knew existed

It's like Find My Phone, but a little different. And exceptionally useful. Could it persuade someone to buy an iPhone 15?

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Google unveils big AI features coming to Android phones. Here's what's to expect

Google announced a host of new AI features at this week's I/O event, with Gemini playing a bigger role in the near future.

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3 ways Gemini Advanced beats other AI assistants, according to Google

Google unveiled Gemini Advanced at I/O 2024, and showed how the AI assistant for everyday tasks just got a lot more powerful.

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China is key market for Singaporean biotech start-up’s stomach cancer early diagnosis kit

Mainland China will become the largest single market for Mirxes’ core product, a stomach cancer detection kit that was key to the company’s development, according to Zhou Lihan, its CEO and co-founder.

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OpenAI dissolves team focused on long-term AI risks, less than one year after announcing it

OpenAI has dissolved its Superalignment team amid the high-profile departures of both team leaders, Ilya Sutskever and Jan Leike.

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Get Microsoft Project 2021 Pro or Visio 2021 for over 90% off right now

Microsoft's project management solutions feature timesheet support, org charts, and more to help you stay organized -- and they're only $20 right now (the lowest we've seen).

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How to get quick access to Gemini AI on Linux with this GNOME desktop extension

If you are a fan of Google's Gemini AI and want to gain quick access to the service from your GNOME desktop, there's a handy extension that makes this possible.

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I've used Google's $499 Pixel 8a for a week. Here's my buying advice for 2024

The latest Pixel has proven to be just as good of an investment as any other Google phone. But buying it at the right time is the most important thing.

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Google's just demoed its multimodal Gemini Live feature, and I'm worried for Rabbit and Humane

With its snappy, conversational AI, Google's latest Gemini tool brings AI camera tech squarely back to the smartphone.

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Is OpenAI sweating? 9 Google features announced for Gemini, Search, Android, and more

With 120 mentions of the phrase 'AI,' how could Google I/O 2024 not be jam-packed with news? We've rounded up the most pressing ones.

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Southwest Airlines' new approach to tech just jolted me out of my seat

Investing in the right technology can change people's attitudes to your brand. That's something the troubled airline may be learning.

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Your Google Search results are about to look very different. Here are 4 reasons why

The world's most popular search engine is getting an AI-powered facelift. Here are the biggest changes announced at Google I/O this week.

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TikTok tests 60-minute videos, expanding into YouTube’s territory

TikTok, the short video platform originally popular for its 15-second lip-synching content, is now testing 60-minute video uploads with certain creators, in a challenge to veteran online video giant YouTube.

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TikTok and US seek to fast-track suit on divest-or-ban law

Chinese parent company ByteDance and the US Justice Department were joined by content creators in asking an appeal court for a ruling by December 6.

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The best AI search engines of 2024: Google, Perplexity, and more

AI can optimize your search experience, and getting started is free and easy.

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Winamp is not going open source. Here's what it is doing - and why

To refresh its once iconic Windows media player, Winamp is kind of, sort of opening up the source code. See what that means for users and developers.

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AT&T deal ushering in satellite calling and texting - no special phones needed

Thanks to a partnership with AST SpaceMobile​, AT&T customers can look forward to communicating from areas where they don't have a cellular connection.

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As Tesla layoffs continue, here are 600 jobs the company cut in California

The latest wave of Tesla layoffs hit an array of departments, impacting factory workers, software developers and robotics engineers. Read the WARN filing here.

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The best early Memorial Day tech deals of 2024: Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and more

We've rounded up all the best tech deals you can shop now with savings -- even ahead of Memorial Day. Grab top TVs, headphones, home gear, and more.

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10 iPad tips and settings every Apple newbie and pro needs to know

Whether you just got a new iPad or want to learn more about everything your tablet can do, these are the settings and features you should unleash ASAP.

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BlackRock funds are ‘crushing shareholder rights,' says activist Boaz Weinstein

Boaz Weinstein is fighting for control or reform at 10 BlackRock closed-end funds, which trade at a steep discount to their net asset value.

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AI infrastructure startup CoreWeave raises $7.5 billion in debt deal led by Blackstone

CoreWeave's $7.5 billion debt financing follows a $1.1 billion funding round the startup announced two weeks ago.

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Microsoft's Mistral partnership avoids merger probe by British regulators

Mistral, a French AI firm founded in 2023, won a 15 million euro, or $16 million, investment from Microsoft earlier this year.

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TikTok testing 60-minute videos, in threat to YouTube’s long-form content domain

TikTok is testing 60-minute video uploads, and has gradually increased its video length limits to 10 minutes for all users. Longer video uploads may shift viewership from streaming services like YouTube.

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Shanghai releases white list to expedite overseas data transfers for Tesla, other firms in city’s free-trade zone

The ‘general data’ list, covering 64 categories, will enable certain firms to make data transfers overseas without a security assessment.

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Huawei’s flagship Pura 70 smartphone has highest ratio yet of China-made components as firm seeks tech self-sufficiency

An analysis from TechInsights has found 33 China-sourced components in the standard Pura 70 handset, compared with five sourced from overseas.

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Grand Theft Auto maker firms up GTA 6 release date

The latest instalment of the hugely popular series will be released in autumn 2025, its publisher says.

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Chinese EV maker Xpeng aims to deliver its first flying car in 2026

Xpeng AeroHT, introduced the Land Aircraft Carrier, a large truck with a detachable flying two-seater passenger electric drone inside.

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China’s e-commerce market still has ‘ample room’ for growth despite slowdown in retail sales, JPMorgan analyst says

The mainland’s e-commerce sector achieved a 12 per cent overall growth in the March quarter, according to data from JPMorgan.

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Fury v Usyk: Can Undisputed bring boxing back to video games?

How a small British developer hopes to put boxing back in contention in the video game sports genre.

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Reddit shares jump after OpenAI ChatGPT deal

OpenAI and Reddit reach deal that will give ChatGPT access to content on the social media platform.

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India 'very favorable' for IPOs, Peak XV says, as economy and investor sentiment stay strong

India offers a "very favorable" environment for companies to list, said Peak XV Partners.

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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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Pornhub partners with UK child abuse fighting charity

They want porn sites to adopt new voluntary standards on fighting online child abuse.

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Elon Musk deepfake crypto scam highlights risks to Hong Kong as AI-related fraud rises

The Securities and Futures Commission has warned of a fraudulent crypto trading platform called Quantum AI, a long-time scam that uses deepfakes of Elon Musk.

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Reddit soars after announcing OpenAI deal that allows use of its data for training AI models

OpenAI and Reddit announced a partnership that will allow the ChatGPT maker to train its artificial intelligence models on Reddit content.

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After Adobe collapse, Figma deal allows employees to sell shares at $12.5 billion valuation

Figma on Thursday announced a tender offer that will allow current and former employees to sell shares at a valuation of $12.5 billion.

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These wall-climbing, AI-powered robots are finding the flaws in 'D' grade U.S. infrastructure, from commuter bridges to military hardware

Key pieces of infrastructure across the U.S. are crumbling, and Gecko Robotics is using robots and AI to help inspect and fix problems safely and efficiently.

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Sony Music slams tech giants for unauthorised use of stars' songs

Sony Music suspects Google, Microsoft and OpenAI have used music from the likes of Adele and Beyonce.

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Meta slapped with child safety probe under sweeping EU tech law

Facebook parent company Meta on Thursday was hit with a major investigation from the EU into risks of its platforms to minors.

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Facebook and Instagram suspected to be 'too addictive'

The EU says its concerned the platforms algorithms "stimulate behavioural addictions in children."

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JD.com’s first-quarter sales beat estimates as price cuts pay off for e-commerce giant

The Beijing-based company reported US$36 billion in first-quarter sales, beating analysts’ estimates.

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Baidu ekes out modest quarterly revenue growth amid escalating generative AI competition in China

China’s search engine and AI giant saw revenue grow 1 per cent in the first quarter, while net income fell 6 per cent but was better than estimates.

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PDD’s Temu shopping app targeted in EU consumer group’s complaint to EU tech regulator

Temu often fails to provide consumers with crucial information about the sellers on its platform and safety standards of products, according to the complaint.

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Microsoft offers relocation to hundreds of China-based AI staff amid U.S.-China tech tensions

Microsoft has reportedly asked employees at its China-based cloud-computing and artificial-intelligence operations to consider relocation outside of China.

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Raspberry Pi, a computing startup backed by Sony, heads for rare London IPO

Raspberry Pi, which makes tiny single-board computers, said in a filing that it is considering an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange.

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Microsoft asks China-based AI workers to move overseas amid rising US-China tensions in advanced technology

Microsoft is asking employees to move to several designated locations, including those in the US and Australia, as AI becomes a flashpoint in the US-China tech war.

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China is still an important market even if investors diversify from it now, says Peak XV

China will still be an important market in the years to come, said Peak XV, despite firms diversifying away from the country amid geopolitical concerns.

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US software firm closes China outpost, as foreign business confidence hits record low

Kingland Systems is closing its first subsidiary outside the US and sacking its entire local workforce, sources say.

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Uber announces shuttle rides, features for caregivers and Costco perks

Uber on Wednesday announced several new product updates like Uber Shuttle, Costco perks and a feature that lets caregivers book rides for loved ones.

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Future is electric for Hong Kong’s bus fleet, says world’s biggest manufacturer Alexander Dennis

The world’s largest double-decker bus maker, Alexander Dennis, said electrification is the future for Hong Kong’s bus fleet and hopes to roll out more battery-powered models for the city to meet its decarbonisation goals.

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ByteDance appoints new CEO for Moonton studio as it consolidates video gaming business

ByteDance, which has been scaling back its video-gaming operations in recent months, has named a new CEO for Moonton Technology, the creator of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

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Palo Alto Networks is buying security assets from IBM to expand customer base

Palo Alto Networks is buying IBM's QRadar as part of a bigger partnership between the two companies.

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Cisco reports better-than-expected results even as revenue suffers steepest drop in 15 years

Cisco reported a 13% drop in revenue for the fiscal third quarter, the steepest decline since 2009. But results still topped estimates.

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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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Tencent’s upgraded LLM for text-to-image generation released on open source platforms

Chinese video gaming and social media giant Tencent launched an upgraded version of its large language model with text-to-image generation that is open source for enterprises and individuals.

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US House committee moves quickly to approve bill limiting business with Chinese biotech firms

The bill would prevent federal agencies from contracting with five Chinese biotech companies – BGI Group, MGI, Complete Genomics, Wuxi AppTec, and Wuxi Biologics.

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Bitcoin is having its best day since March following cooler April inflation reading

Bitcoin jumped with stocks on Wednesday after the April consumer price index showed inflation eased from the previous month.

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Dell surges 11% on optimism it has secured big AI server orders

"All-in, we are hearing about more AI server momentum at Dell than at any other OEM," wrote Morgan Stanley's Erik Woodring.

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A half-million school buses across US could become EV battery powerhouse feeding energy back onto the grid

Zum and Oakland schools will send power from EV school bus batteries back to the grid, marking a major effort to scale the energy supply stored in vehicles.

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US billionaire Frank McCourt says he’s readying bid to buy TikTok

The real estate mogul and former LA Dodgers owner says he’s putting together a consortium to buy the app from China-based ByteDance.

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Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger joins Amazon-backed Anthropic

Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger is joining Anthropic as the chief product officer. Anthropic is one of the hottest artificial intelligence startups.

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Reddit shares close near record after two-day rally driven by meme stocks

Reddit shares popped Tuesday after retail traders kicked off a meme stock buying frenzy.

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Musk's Neuralink has faced issues with its tiny wires for years, Reuters sources say

The Elon Musk company has known for years that tiny wires inside the brains of its patients might retract, according to Reuters sources.

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Amazon's appearance at Upfronts highlights push beyond digital ads and into traditional media

Amazon made its debut Upfronts pitch to advertisers, putting it on stage with major media networks.

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JD.com commits US$900 million to support nationwide trade-in programme for home appliances, consumer goods

About 20 million consumers on the mainland are expected to take part in the nationwide trade-in programme via JD.com’s platform.

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Period trackers 'coercing' women into sharing risky information

Research finds poor data management practices such as not being able to delete data about abortions.

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TikTok owner ByteDance launches low-cost Doubao AI models for enterprises, initiating a price war in crowded mainland market

ByteDance’s aggressive pricing for its Doubao large language model family shows the increased opportunity in mainland China, where more firms are scrambling to adopt GenAI tools.

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Global data centres to drive demand for liquid cooling systems as AI boom heats up servers, energy consumption

A ChatGPT-led boom in artificial intelligence is expected to fuel an exponential growth in demand for liquid cooling technology from data centre operators, according to Macquarie Capital.

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HTX affiliate Huobi Hong Kong withdraws crypto licence application for second time, must shut down by August

HBGL, which operates Huobi HK, has withdrawn the licence application for unspecified reasons, requiring it to close the crypto exchange under the city’s virtual asset regulations.

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Xiaomi’s successful SU7 launch puts smartphone maker among China’s top 10 EV upstarts

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has become the country’s eighth-largest EV upstart after selling more than 7,000 units of its SU7 sedan in April, according to industry data.

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Baidu’s robotaxi unit expects to turn profitable next year

The projection comes as Elon Musk has emphasized his plans to build up Tesla's robotaxi efforts amid a decline in revenue. 

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OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever says he will leave the startup

OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever said Tuesday that he's leaving the Microsoft-backed startup.

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Google supercharges AI search in competition with OpenAI, allows users to chat about anything from smartphone camera

Google parent Alphabet on Tuesday showed how it is building on artificial intelligence across its businesses, including a beefed-up Gemini chatbot.

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China-US artificial intelligence talks ‘deep, professional and constructive’

At a meeting in Geneva on Tuesday, officials from both countries affirm commitment to reduce AI risks and improve world governance.

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OpenAI chief scientist Ilya Sutskever to leave ChatGPT maker after briefly supporting ouster of CEO Sam Altman

The departure ends months of speculation in Silicon Valley about the future of a top AI researcher and OpenAI co-founder since he largely disappeared from public view.

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Alibaba, Tencent beat forecasts with strong results, a harbinger of China’s improving corporate earnings as economic growth takes root

Strong financial results by the two companies are the touchstones of the earnings growth that global investors are looking for, as they debate whether China’s post-pandemic recovery was a flash in the pan.

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Google CEO Pichai says company will 'sort it out' if OpenAI misused YouTube for AI training

YouTube's videos have been used to help companies with AI model training.

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How AI turned a Ukrainian YouTuber into a Russian

A YouTuber falls victim to generative AI on Chinese social media, but the ramifications stretch beyond China.

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Google I/O wrap-up: Gemini AI updates, new search features and more

Google talked about updates to Gemini, its AI models, its Tensor TPU and more during Google I/O 2024. Here's a recap.

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Tesla is sued over air pollution from factory operations in Fremont, California

A California nonprofit has sued Tesla over what it calls the company's "ongoing failure to comply with the Clean Air Act" at its Fremont assembly plant.

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TikTok creators file suit to block US divest or ban law, call Chinese app ‘part of American life’

The platform and parent company ByteDance have filed a similar lawsuit, arguing the law violates the US Constitution and runs afoul of free speech protections.

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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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Biden says new China tariffs are needed to protect US industries from companies subsidised by Beijing

US President Joe Biden also gives his action a political edge, criticising Donald Trump, his predecessor and challenger for re-election, for failing to increase US exports and boost manufacturing.

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Africa's internet vulnerability and how to fix it

The internet outage in East Africa highlights the fragility of the continent's online connections.

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Alibaba chairman Joe Tsai voices confidence in Chinese consumer spending as e-commerce, cloud business units get back on growth track

Confidence among Chinese consumers was showing ‘early signs of growth’, according to Alibaba chairman Joe Tsai, as the e-commerce giant expects business to be back on the growth path this year.

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Charles Li’s small-business lender Micro Connect asks staff to invest in the start-ups it backs out of their own pockets

The small-business financing platform co-founded by former HKEX chief Charles Li Xiaojia said it is asking staff to invest in the start-ups it backs, confirming an online article that sparked widespread discussion on social media.

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Christie's £670m art auctions hit by cyber attack

The auction house's website is down as it seeks to sell items ranging from high art to rare wine.

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Apple supplier Foxconn misses March quarter estimates amid iPhone sales downturn in China

Foxconn reported a net profit of US$679 million in the first quarter, which missed analysts’ average estimate of US$897 million.

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PlayStation names joint CEOs after Jim Ryan’s retirement

The role has been split into two separate top jobs, dividing up hardware and software.

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Alibaba sees most profitable year since 2021 amid a refocus on e-commerce, AI businesses and rising competition at home

Alibaba net income rose 10 per cent to US$11 billion in the 2023 financial year, the first annual results since co-founder Joe Tsai took over as chairman.

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Apple’s Vision Pro mixed-reality headset obtains China quality certification ahead of official domestic release

This development lends credence to Apple chief executive Tim Cook’s assurance that the Vision Pro will be released this year on the mainland.

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Upgraded ChatGPT teaches maths and flirts - but still glitches

OpenAI has unveiled a new, faster version of its generative AI tool, ChatGPT.

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Tencent profit jumps 62% as tech giant returns to growth on back of strong ad revenue, as video games business slows

The social media and video gaming giant saw revenue rise 6 per cent in the first quarter, with online advertising revenue growing 26 per cent year.

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Punitive tariffs on Made in China EVs likely to restrain BYD, Leapmotor and peers from US market, hurt go-global plans

Prohibitive tariffs await Made in China electric vehicles bound for the US. Can the nation’s producers keep growing their sales and brand awareness without making inroads into the US and European markets?

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Uber to buy Delivery Hero’s Foodpanda business in Taiwan for US$950 million

The deal, unveiled on Tuesday, marks one of the biggest takeovers in Taiwan outside the semiconductor industry.

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Chinese self-driving car supplier Hesai sues US for accusing it of military ties

The Shanghai-based company says its placement on a US list of firms accused of aiding China’s military has caused it to suffer reputational injury and lost business opportunities.

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OpenAI unveils GPT-4o, a new AI model capable of realistic voice conversation, available free to all ChatGPT users

The US start-up on Monday announces a new AI model called GPT-4o, in a series of demonstrations that verged on science-fiction.

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US bans China crypto-miner from nuclear base area

Chinese firm MineOne Partners has been ordered to sell land it owns near a US nuclear missile site.

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Chinese gaming giants Tencent, NetEase to release new titles back to back in sign of intensified rivalry

Chinese tech giants Tencent and NetEase announced back-to-back new title releases, in a sign of intensified competition among the country’s top two video gaming publishers.

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China’s first sodium-ion battery energy storage station could cut reliance on lithium

The success of the station could have big implications for the industry, as the new technology is seen as a promising alternative to resource-dependent lithium batteries.

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Asia-Pacific’s advanced economies lag their less-developed peers in AI take-up, Deloitte survey finds

Developing economies in Asia-Pacific are putting generative AI to use at a greater pace and with more enthusiasm than their more advanced neighbours, according to a study by Deloitte.

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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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Unjammable navigation tech gets first airborne test

The test comes amid concern about the vulnerability of satellite navigation systems to blocking.

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GameStop shares surge as 'Roaring Kitty' returns

Shares in Gamestop, the original meme stock, surge again as 'Roaring Kitty' returns online.

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Six arrested in cryptocurrency money-laundering scheme in northeast China amid focus on crypto-related capital flows

Police in China’s northeastern Jilin province made the arrests in connection with a scheme that sent US$296 million to South Korea.

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EU will lose more than it gains by raising tariffs on Chinese EVs

If the European Union moves forward with tariffs on Chinese electric cars, it could prompt Beijing to retaliate against Europe’s aviation and agricultural sectors. Instead of undermining world trade, the EU should talk to China to find solutions acceptable to both parties

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Lenovo, Motorola face sales ban on mobile devices in Germany over patent dispute with US firm

A German court has ordered a sales ban on certain products from Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo and its smartphone subsidiary Motorola over a patent licensing dispute with US firm InterDigital.

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TikTok owner ByteDance takes steps to ensure certain Douyin influencers are responsible for third-party commercials

Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, has taken steps to ensure certain influencers are directly responsible for commercial content on their channels, a move could put a dent in their revenues.

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Marvel Rivals apologises after banning negative reviews

The game's developers said the controversial terms gamers were told to agree to was a miscommunication.

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SoftBank posts second quarter of profit as AI boom lifts shares of chip designer Arm

The Tokyo-based company earned a better-than-expected net income in the March quarter, helped by investment gains.

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Internet access linked to higher wellbeing, study finds

The Oxford study comes as concern about the impact of internet use prompts laws in many countries.

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China is paying some workers in digital yuan – but few are choosing to use it

China has begun to test paying some state employees through its digital currency, but the trial is not making much impact in the e-CNY’s adoption as most quickly and automatically switch their salaries to cash.

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Is social media worth paying for?

As Twitter and Facebook both now offer paid subscription, what impact is it having?

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Bitcoin Asia in Hong Kong attracts major interest from mainland as attendees look to top market where crypto is banned

A mix of mainlanders and international visitors showed up at Bitcoin Asia amid surging interest owing to a crypto bull market and recently launched ETFs.

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From CATL’s ultra-fast battery to Zeekr’s ‘living room’ on wheels, Auto China show offers a glimpse of the future of electric vehicles

The era of battery-powered cars has truly arrived, as EVs dominated the car show. While carmakers still displayed a lot of futuristic concepts, it was the ongoing price war that had people talking.

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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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Test-at-home kit for cancer patients approved for use

Patients say the device allows them to reduce the number of hospital visits involved in cancer care.

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Apple apologises after piano crushing ad backlash

The technology giant apologised after Hugh Grant and others criticised the "tone deaf" iPad advert.

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'Keep your phone on 24 hours a day': Chinese PR boss apologises after backlash

Baidu's Qu Jing tells workers she does not care for them because, 'I am not your mum'.

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US revokes licences for sales of chips to Huawei

The move follows Huawei's release of an AI-enabled computer powered by a chip created by Intel.

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Disney and Warner to bundle streaming services

The media giants are under pressure to attract more subscribers to their streaming services.

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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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Can we really 'reset the internet' to make it safer for children?

Ofcom has taken a major step in setting out plans to protect children online, but hurdles remain.

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Tech firms told to hide 'toxic' content from children

Social media firms like Instagram and TikTok will have to make changes to comply with new online safety laws.

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E-gates back online after delays at UK airports

Long queues built up at airports affected by a Border Force "technical issue" at passport control.

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FTX says it has billions more than owed to victims

The failed cryptocurrency giant says it has billions of dollars more than needed to cover its debts.

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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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Microsoft axes four game studios including Hi-Fi Rush developer

The Bafta award-winning game's developer is being closed alongside other studios owned by Bethesda.

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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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How fraudsters are getting fake articles onto Facebook

Scammers are able to get past automated checks on the social media giant to try to defraud users.

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Tech Life: Humanoid robots

Are they really that practical and useful?

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Watch Ocado robots in action

Ocado has added robotic arms to its newest warehouse near Luton.

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How Chinese firms are using Mexico as a backdoor to the US

Chinese firms are racing to set up factories in Mexico to bypass US tariffs and sanctions.

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Can AI help solve Japan’s labour shortages?

Japan is seeing if artificial intelligence can tackle its increasing shortfall of workers.

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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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'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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Tech Life: Fixing undersea cables

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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'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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