Influential women's tech network shuts down unexpectedly

Women Who Code, which had hundreds of thousands of members globally, has dissolved after a board vote.
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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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'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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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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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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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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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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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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Billionaire twins invest in ninth-tier football club

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will become co-owners of Real Bedford.
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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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Tech Life: Fixing undersea cables

Undersea fibre-optic cables help keep us online - but what happens when they break?
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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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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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Tech Life: Charging electric bikes and scooters

What can be done to make charging them safer?
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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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Tech Life

We look at some of the reasons you choose your mobile phone handset
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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 visit two centres developing deep space communications and rocket launches.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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