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Watch live: Tesla annual meeting begins, shareholders vote on Musk's $56 billion pay package

While Tesla shareholders will vote on whether they think Elon Musk should get his mammoth pay package, the courts will have the final say.

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Adobe shares soar 15% on better-than-expected results

Adobe reported results on Thursday that sailed past analysts' estimates.

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Apple CarPlay is getting an upgrade - here are the coolest features announced at WWDC 2024

The latest version of Apple CarPlay will give users more customization options than ever before.

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I tested the popular Sony ZV-1 II, and it's so close to being my dream vlogging camera

The latest point-and-shoot camera from Sony features an improved 24-70mm lens that makes it better than ever.

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How to watch the 2024 Summer Olympics without cable: All your options

In a few weeks, almost every sport you've ever heard of -- and some you haven't -- will be featured in the Summer Olympics. Here's how to watch them all, in some cases for free.

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Bank fires employees over fake keyboard activity

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

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Broadcom shares close up 12% on earnings beat, increased demand for AI products

Broadcom shares surged Thursday after the company beat earnings and revenue estimates for the second quarter.

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The best blood pressure watches of 2024

ZDNET examined medical research and current FDA guidance to find the best blood pressure watches available today, including options from Samsung and FitVII.

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How we test smart rings at ZDNET in 2024

From Oura to Ultrahuman to Evie, here's how we test and rank the latest smart rings on the market.

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The best WordPress hosting services of 2024: Expert tested

We tested the best WordPress hosting services to help you manage your websites.

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How to add your driver's license to your iPhone's Wallet app (depends where you live)

So far, a handful of states support adding your license or ID card to your iPhone or Apple Watch. Several others are planning to add it. Could New York be next?

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LinkedIn Premium subscribers get more AI-powered job hunt tools. Here's what's new

Six intriguing new features can help Premium members find a job, perfect their applications, upskill through courses and coaching, and more.

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The best Apple Watches of 2024: Expert tested and reviewed

I've tested every Apple Watch model released. These are the best Apple Watches for tracking your health and accessing quick info and apps.

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The best 50-inch TVs of 2024: Expert recommended

We tested some of the best 50-inch TVs from Samsung, LG, and more to help you find the best fit for your budget and entertainment needs.

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New Apple iPhone app proves just how hard it is to kill the online password

The 'death' of the password has long been predicted. Apple's new app to manage all of a user's iPhone logins suggests that's not happening.

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Solugen scores $214 million loan from DOE to make chemicals from corn sugar not petroleum

A Houston-based startup called Solugen has locked in a $214 million loan commitment from the Department of Energy to build a sustainable chemicals plant in Marshall, Minnesota.

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How we test headphones at ZDNET in 2024

The ZDNET team is constantly doing extensive hands-on testing of headphones and earbuds so we can recommend the best for you. Here's a look into our testing methodologies.

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Fintech has hit a bottom after plunge in valuations and squeeze on funding, execs and VCs say

"Investors are now in the AI mindset," the CEO of Nium told CNBC. "Like, whatever it costs. I want in on AI. They're going to burn a lot of money."

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How we test laptops at ZDNET in 2024

ZDNET receives dozens of laptops to review each year. This is how we go about testing them.

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This $649 Lenovo laptop made me a believer in the 2-in-1 form factor, and it's currently on sale

The Lenovo Yoga 7i is a sleek 2-in-1 that performs in any configuration you can put it in, and it's currently on sale at Best Buy.

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OIN expands Linux patent protection yet again (but not to AI)

The largest patent non-aggression community, Open Invention Network broadens its Linux System definition to cover additional open-source and cloud-networking programs.

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How we test phones at ZDNET in 2024

From drop tests to capturing photos in various lighting conditions, here's how ZDNET's mobile team evaluates the latest handsets before they're recommended to you.

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How we test robot vacuums at ZDNET in 2024

Testing a robot vacuum involves a lot of patience, experimenting, and watching a robot roll around the floor, but it can make a big difference in a buyer's decision.

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Microsoft employees' cybersecurity contributions will factor into their pay

Microsoft's Brad Smith told a U.S. House committee that its board will evaluate top executives' cybersecurity work when deciding on bonuses.

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How Singapore is creating more inclusive AI

A bespoke model might be the answer to Western-focused LLMs - here's what it can do for Southeast Asia.

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One of the loudest Bluetooth speakers I've tested is also one of the most affordable

If you just want big sound and don't obsess over high-quality audio, the Treblab HD77 is a durable Bluetooth speaker that's right up your alley.

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Garmin adds another music service to its watches, so you can always have tunes on the go

If you enjoy phone-free music on your sports watch, you should know that Garmin leads the pack with support for four major music providers, after adding YouTube Music to the mix.

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Bundle Microsoft Office Pro 2021 and Windows 11 Pro for $70

This lifetime license bundle deal gives you access to the entire Microsoft Office Pro 2021 suite and Windows 11 Pro at a big discount.

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Bitcoin miners at Donald Trump's closed-door event say he thinks bitcoin can help win AI arms race

Donald Trump says he wants all future bitcoin to be minted in the U.S.

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Tesla shares up after Elon Musk says he is set for victory in $56 billion pay vote

Elon Musk said Tesla shareholders are set to approve his $56 billion pay package and a resolution to move the electric car maker's incorporation to Texas.

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Tesla expects to raise Model 3 prices in Europe after higher EU tariffs on China EVs

Tesla said it may have to increase the price of the Model 3 sold in the EU after the bloc said it could impose higher tariffs on electric cars imported from China.

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Musk says Tesla investors backing pay deal

Tesla is due to make an official announcement on the result of the vote at a meeting on Thursday.

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China's top smartphone player Honor launches first flip foldable phone in challenge to Samsung

The Honor Magic V Flip will be available in China only, for now, with the company talking up the camera and artificial intelligence capabilities.

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Chinese fashion student outsmarts AI teams to reach finals of Alibaba maths competition

A 17-year-old student majoring in fashion design, who is self-taught in maths, beat all AI teams to get into the finals of the Alibaba Global Mathematics Competition, according to organiser DAMO Academy.

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Google search head says 'we won't always find' mistakes with AI products and have to take risks rolling them out

Liz Reid, Google's vice president of search, told employees at a recent all-hands meeting that the company has to take risks in rolling out AI search tools.

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InvestHK expects 25 proptech firms to set up in Hong Kong this year

Hong Kong attracted HK$273.7 million (US$35 million) of investments from 25 proptech companies from eight destinations last year, InvestHK says.

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Wise shares plunge 10% after fintech firm projects slower growth this year

Shares of money transfer company Wise declined on Thursday after it projected weaker revenue growth in its current fiscal year than the year before.

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Ant Group’s US$2.9 billion tech investment helps fintech giant reach ESG goals

The Chinese fintech giant has been increasing its R&D outlay by 12.7 per cent annually since 2021, according to its latest sustainability report.

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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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PDD Holdings’ Colin Huang and ByteDance’s Zhang Yiming top China’s tech rich list

Colin Huang and Zhang Yiming, the founders of PDD Holdings and ByteDance, respectively, are the richest tech entrepreneurs in China, according to a list published by Chinese magazine New Fortune.

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Chinese EV stocks surge after EU slaps up to 38% additional import tariffs

Citi analysts said the EU's additional tariffs were "generally benign," and a Morningstar analyst said they were "modest" in comparison to U.S. hikes last month

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Revolut moves global HQ to heart of London's financial district as it awaits UK bank license

Revolut has purchased a 10-year lease for a new global headquarters in the YY London building in the center of Canary Wharf.

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Apple to ‘pay’ OpenAI for ChatGPT through distribution, not cash

The partnership between Apple and OpenAI to integrate ChatGPT into the iPhone, iPad and Mac is not expected to generate meaningful revenue for either party, according to people briefed on the matter.

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Samsung unveils chip technology road map to win AI business

Samsung Electronics, the world’s No. 1 memory-chip maker, unveiled a number of forthcoming advancements to its technology aimed at luring makers of AI chips to its manufacturing business.

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Databricks tells investors annualized revenue will reach $2.4 billion at midway point of year

Databricks says it's signing up more big customers, and existing clients are spending more.

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Hong Kong start-up SmartMore is the city’s new hi-tech poster child

Established by a Chinese University of Hong Kong professor in 2019, SmartMore has been tasked with boosting the city’s technology ecosystem.

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Tesla could get special duties as part of higher China EV tariffs, EU says

Tesla "may receive an individually calculated duty rate," the European Commission said, as part of its decision to raise tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles.

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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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Chinese EV makers’ price wars in overseas markets will sow doubts over quality: Bain

Bain advises Chinese assemblers, which already enjoy a cost advantage, to focus on premium models when building their global image, rather than selling cheaper cars to lure budget-conscious consumers.

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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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Broadcom beats earnings estimates, announces 10-for-1 stock split

Broadcom announced a 10-for-1 stock split and beat earnings estimates for the second fiscal quarter.

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Larry Ellison is $19 billion richer after Oracle shares rally the most since 2021

Larry Ellison's 42% stake in Oracle has made him one of the richest people in the world, and his value continues going up as stock shares hit a record.

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Oracle stock pops 13% on AI demand, new deals with Google and OpenAI

Oracle shares popped Wednesday, a day after the company released fourth-quarter results.

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Apple briefly surpasses Microsoft as world's most valuable company after unveiling AI plans

Apple reclaimed the title of the world's largest company by market cap after an artificial intelligence-heavy conference sparked investor enthusiasm.

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Oracle shares jump on Google and OpenAI deals despite earnings miss

Oracle is allocating capital for data center construction to meet demand from OpenAI, and it's bringing its trademark database to other public clouds.

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German next-generation chip firm bags $274 million in funding as Europe ramps up semiconductor push

Black Semiconductor, a startup creating next-generation chip technology, said it raised 254.4 million euros (US$274 million), mainly from public funding.

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Microsoft-backed Mistral AI raises $645 million at a $6 billion valuation

Mistral AI is just more than a year old but has raised huge sums of money and is vying to take on the likes of OpenAI and become Europe's AI champion.

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Apple limiting AI to priciest iPhones generates less excitement in China

It is unclear when Apple will introduce AI features to the iPhone in China, where ChatGPT is unavailable and consumers are increasingly turning to local brands.

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Tech war: new US restrictions could deny China access to chip making services from TSMC, Samsung

A reported US move to restrict China’s access to a new chip architecture and high-end memory for AI applications could cut off the country’s access to leading overseas wafer foundries.

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Huawei denies offer to invest in ex-unicorn Royole, a bankrupt Chinese flexible display maker

The denial marks the latest dent on the reputation of flexible display maker Royole, which faces bankruptcy proceedings in Shenzhen.

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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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ByteDance said to cut 450 jobs in Indonesia after deal merging TikTok Shop with Tokopedia

The overhaul of ByteDance’s e-commerce operation in Southeast Asia’s largest economy comes after its US$1.5 billion deal that merged TikTok Shop with GoTo Group’s Tokopedia.

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Apple Vision Pro to sell in China, Japan and Singapore by end of this month in first debut outside the U.S.

Apple is launching its flagship virtual reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro, in China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore on June 28. 

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Amazon's AWS to launch new infrastructure region in Taiwan amid rapid Asia-Pacific expansion

Amazon Web Services said it is seeking to meet "high demand for cloud services" in the Asia-Pacific region.

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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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U.S. is reportedly weighing further limits on China's access to AI chip tech

The Biden administration is weighing measures that would target highly advanced chip architecture known as gate all-around, Bloomberg reported citing sources.

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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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Chinese AI social media apps see demand rise in overseas markets amid slow mainland adoption

Shanghai-based generative AI start-up MiniMax, which counts Alibaba as a major investor, has become a success in the Unites States on the back of its popular Talkie app.

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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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Beijing falls behind Singapore in global start-up ecosystem ranking amid US-China tech war

The Chinese capital has dropped three places in a report ranking the world’s top 40 start-up ecosystems.

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Elon Musk drops lawsuit against OpenAI and Sam Altman

The tech billionaire had originally accused the ChatGPT maker, which he helped set up, of betraying its founding mission.

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WeWork emerges from bankruptcy, announces John Santora as new CEO

WeWork, once valued at $47 billion by private investors, emerged from bankruptcy on Tuesday with a new CEO from Cushman & Wakefield.

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Elon Musk drops suit against OpenAI and Sam Altman

Elon Musk withdrew his lawsuit against OpenAI, Sam Altman and Greg Brockman on Tuesday in California state court.

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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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OpenAI ex-employees worry about company's control over their millions of dollars in shares

OpenAI has plans to regularly allow employees to sell some of their equity, but ex-staffers worry they won't receive equal treatment.

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Shanghai bourse bars chip maker S2C from listing for 5 years for falsely inflating profit

The Shanghai Stock Exchange has barred S2C, a local chip maker, from listing its shares in the next five years, the first such moratorium since China rolled out its registration-based IPO system across the board in 2023.

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China EVs: Xpeng unveils Mona brand with eye on mass-market buyers, global leader BYD

The Guangzhou-based carmaker will officially launch the M03 EV and development strategy for the brand at an official ceremony late next month.

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ChatGPT on iPhones unlikely to boost Apple sales in China, analysts say

Apple has unveiled its AI plans, but censorship requirements and local competition remain hurdles in the world’s largest smartphone market.

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Chinese triple-A video game Black Myth: Wukong proves a big hit with initial pre-orders 16 times oversubscribed

The action role-playing video game, developed by Tencent-backed Game Science, is set for release on August 20.

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QuantumPharm becomes Hong Kong’s third-largest IPO of 2024 after pricing shares at HK$5.28

The Tencent-backed AI drug researcher raised HK$989.3 million (US$126.8 million) after setting the offer price towards the low end of the HK$5.03 to HK$6.03 range.

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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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Hong Kong issues first AI data protection guidelines, promises more compliance checks

The city’s privacy watchdog issued a framework for using personal data with generative AI and recommended firms set up a governance committee.

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Apple’s Vision Pro headset sets launch in China, where it faces ByteDance, Huawei

Pre-orders for the mixed-reality headset start on Friday and shipments later this month, but the US$4,100 price tag is even steeper than in the US.

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China risks falling behind in the AI race, but can a cutthroat price war balance the scales?

In this week’s issue of the Global Impact newsletter, we take a look at the price war that is developing in China as tech firms fight to keep up with the likes of Nvidia.

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Elon Musk warns that he will ban Apple devices if OpenAI is integrated at operating system level

Apple plans to roll out new capabilities on its devices as part of a suite of new AI features later this year.

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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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China’s ‘little Nvidia’ Moore Threads finds edge in video gaming GPUs despite performance gap

US-sanctioned Moore Threads is catching the attention of Chinese gamers with performance they claim is on par with Nvidia for the older titles they love.

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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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Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei makes rare appearance at Sichuan University in search for talent

The founder of the US-sanctioned telecoms giant told Sichuan University that Huawei is looking to ‘overcome its shortcomings’ in basic research.

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Apple’s AI strategy at WWDC likely to focus on iPhone, but privacy is a challenge

AI and perhaps even a partnership with ChatGPT-maker OpenAI will likely be a driving theme at Apple’s developers’ conference on Monday.

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Binance’s BNB crypto token surges after founder Zhao starts stint as richest US inmate

Founder Zhao Changpeng is worth an estimated US$38.5 billion after the BNB token reached a market cap of US$109 billion during his first week of in prison.

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China’s EV makers return to fast lane helped by government subsidies tailwind

China’s premium electric car makers can expect a smooth road ahead of them in 2024 as both consumer demand and product margins improve

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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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Chinese autonomous driving firm Minieye, backed by Alibaba CEO, files for Hong Kong IPO

Shenzhen-based Minieye Technology, which has yet to turn a profit, is joining mainland autonomous driving firms like iMotion and Horizon Robotics on the Hong Kong stock exchange.

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Alipay deploys AI to test for hair loss as payment app pushes further into users’ lives

The largest mobile wallet in China, operated by Ant Group, has a new mini app that uses AI to assess images of a head and estimate whether a user is balding.

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Bitcoin boom bolsters bets on crypto as ‘short memories’ reignite institutional interest

A surging crypto market is improving the outlook for deal flow, highlighted by recent acquisitions, following the approval of bitcoin and ether ETFs.

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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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Alibaba says new AI model Qwen2 bests Meta’s Llama 3 in tasks like maths and coding

Alibaba said its latest large language model holds up against the most cutting-edge open-source models like those from Facebook owner Meta Platforms.

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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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China’s No 2 short video app Kuaishou unveils Sora-style product amid rush to catch up in AI

Kuaishou, the major rival of TikTok’s sister app Douyin, has launched a text-to-video service similar to OpenAI’s Sora, as Chinese Big Tech firms race to catch up in AI.

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Bybit, a major cryptocurrency exchange, opens up trading to Chinese users living overseas

The platform now lets Chinese citizens living abroad sign up for an account, even as the mainland imposes a strict ban on crypto trading.

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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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Xbox donated to charity shop could fetch thousands

The green Hulk-branded gaming device is being auctioned by the British Heart Foundation.

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Why is Nvidia boss the 'Taylor Swift of tech'?

Jensen Huang is at the forefront of an AI boom, which coincides with Nvidia's rise as a leading chip firm.

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5G technology triggers age of smart factories and digital transformation of manufacturing

Global ICT leader Huawei Technologies teams up with electrical appliance maker Midea to open Southeast Asia’s first 5G-connected factory, with AI, smart data and cloud computing boosting efficiency.

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Nvidia, Microsoft, OpenAI face potential US antitrust probes, as DOJ, FTC reach deal

The DOJ will take the lead in investigating whether Nvidia violated antitrust laws, while the FTC will examine the conduct of OpenAI and Microsoft, sources say.

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Video: From India to China, how deepfakes are reshaping Asia politics

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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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Alibaba courts CEOs to start live-streaming on Taobao during 618 shopping festival

After the live-streaming success seen by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun and a digital avatar of JD.com founder Richard Liu, Alibaba wants more CEOs to do the same on Taobao.

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Plans to use Facebook and Instagram posts to train AI criticised

Public posts, images and image captions will also be used to develop parent company Meta's AI tools.

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China’s Nio forecasts record EV sales in second quarter as incentives lure buyers

The Shanghai-based carmaker said second-quarter deliveries could reach 54,000 to 56,000 units, up as much as 86.3 per cent from the previous quarter, which would top its previous record.

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Chinese food delivery giant Meituan beats estimates to post 25% quarterly revenue increase

Meituan co-founder and chief executive Wang Xing said the company is looking to expand into more international markets, including in Southeast Asia.

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In China, Tesla’s Cybertruck EV draws gawkers – and orders – despite 2-year delivery wait

An appearance by the sharp-edged ‘dream vehicle’, which is not yet available in China, creates a stir at a trade show in Shanghai, as consumer interest in the company’s offerings remains high.

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Huawei says its AI chip better than Nvidia’s A100 amid China’s self-reliance drive

The Ascend 910B AI chip has beaten Nvidia’s A100 in some tests, says a Huawei executive at the Nanjing World Semiconductor Conference.

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Alibaba’s B2B e-commerce platform eyes 20% growth in 2024, shrugs off rising competition

Alibaba.com is projecting US$60 billion in GMV this year, according to the sourcing platform’s president, who dismissed competition from PDD and ByteDance.

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Tencent’s WeChat requires disclosure of AI-generated content to combat misinformation

WeChat’s updated content-moderation policy forms part of a broader industry effort to promote greater transparency of artificial intelligence-generated content.

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Meta releases 'sextortion' data after mum's criticism

Murray Dowey, 16, from Dunblane took his own life last December after being blackmailed online.

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China’s Country Garden looks to sell stake in chip maker CXMT as winding-up adjourned

Investment arm Country Garden Venture Capital plans to dispose of the undisclosed stake amid debt struggles, as the developer gets a seven-week reprieve on a winding-up petition.

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Tech war: China chip industry event woos fewer exhibitors amid market headwinds, US export restrictions

A key chip industry event in China attracted fewer exhibitors this year, reflecting market challenges and a desire to stay out of the limelight amid the Sino-US tech war.

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Nvidia passes Apple as world’s second-most valuable firm, as ASML overtakes LVMH in Europe

Chip designer Nvidia passes Apple as the world’s second-most valuable company, as chip manufacturing gear maker ASML becomes Europe’s second-biggest listed firm.

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Hong Kong has a chance to shape AI based on its own values

While artificial intelligence can reflect biases and put livelihood at risk, models like SEA-LION prove it can be tailored based on local needs. Guided by ethics, Hong Kong’s application of AI has the potential to serve marginalised students, improve healthcare access and optimise traffic flows

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Why China-founded online fast-fashion retailer Shein is looking to go public in London

The novelty of a Chinese internet company floating its shares in the UK could make Shein a trailblazer for other mainland tech firms.

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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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Nvidia value surges past $3tn and overtakes Apple

Nvidia has been marked out as a winner from a wave of investments in artificial intelligence.

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Court rules Google must face £13.6bn advertising lawsuit

The search giant's parent Alphabet called the case 'incoherent' in arguments to get the case dropped.

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Paris Hilton among users targeted in TikTok hack

The video-sharing app told the BBC that a "very limited" number of accounts had been compromised.

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Australia drops case against X over stabbing videos

The case was seen as a test of Australia's ability to enforce online safety rules on social media giants.

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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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Instagram tests forcing users to watch adverts

The "ad break" feature it is trialling means users cannot scroll or swipe past adverts as usual.

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Epoch Times CFO charged in $67m money-laundering plot

CFO Bill Guan allegedly led a team at the news outlet that was behind a global money laundering scheme.

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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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Donald Trump joins TikTok despite previously wanting ban

The former president joins the current US leader in using the platform despite backing concerns.

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Shein to kick off plans for £50bn UK float

The fast fashion firm has been linked to unethical practices, including claims of forced labour.

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MrBeast overtakes T-Series for most YouTube subscribers

Jimmy Donaldson, already the most-subscribed individual on the platform, has claimed another title.

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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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How fraudsters are getting fake articles onto Facebook

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