CrowdStrike backlash over $10 apology voucher

Cybersecurity firm is branded a "clown show" for gesture after an update caused widespread disruption.
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Shares drop in US and Asia as AI stocks slide

Tech stocks lead declines as investors reconsider rally fuelled by artificial intelligence.
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Instagram removes 63,000 sextortion accounts in Nigeria

The scammers were posing as young women online to trick people into sending sexually explicit material.
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Why tech bros are turning to Trump

The Republican presidential candidate is forging new alliances as his campaign gains momentum.
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Cyber-security firm rejects $23bn Google takeover

In an internal memo to staff, the firm's founder and chief executive said he was 'flattered'.
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Google U-turn over long-running plan to ditch cookies

The UK’s privacy watchdog said it was 'disappointed' by the decision not to block internet tracking.
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Musk says Tesla to use humanoid robots next year

The billionaire has been pushing Tesla to cut costs as car sales weaken.
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CrowdStrike shares hit again as IT disruption continues

Shares in the cybersecurity firm drop a further 13% after last week's global IT outage.
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'Significant number' of devices fixed - CrowdStrike

Cybersecurity firm behind global outage says it continues to focus on restoring all impacted computers.
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Scam warning as fake emails and websites target users after outage

Agencies in the UK and Australia are warning people to be vigilante to fake emails, calls and websites.
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IT working but delays possible after outage, says NHS

NHS England says services are back online after the global IT outage, but there could still be disruption.
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Global services slowly recovering after bug causes IT chaos

The incident has sparked concern over the vulnerability of the world's interconnected technologies.
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CrowdStrike and Microsoft: What we know about global IT outage

A mass IT outage has caused chaos around the world, with major airlines among the victims.
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IT outage exposes fragility of tech infrastructure

Ultimately, when systems wobble, there is little that can be done - except wait for a fix.
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CrowdStrike says IT problems will take time to fix

Experts say the manual fix required means it could take days for big organisations to get back to normal.
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Mass IT outage affects airlines, hospitals, media and banks

Cyber-security firm Crowdstrike said its update had caused the problem on computers running Windows.
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Can we make work meetings more bearable?

The providers of video meetings software are now offering AI tools that help the participants.
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Musk to move SpaceX and X HQ over gender identity law

Mr Musk wants to move his two high-profile firms from California to Texas over controversial new law.
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'Pivotal' quantum computing chip unveiled

Oxford Ionics claim to have created the first quantum chip of its kind that could be mass-produced.
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Microsoft's hire of start-up staff probed as possible merger

If the CMA finds there has been a 'merger' between Microsoft and Inflection, it will investigate further.
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Russia antivirus firm Kaspersky quits US after ban

The move comes after sales and distribution of its products were banned by the Biden administration.
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Olympic esports will level the playing field, says boss

The CEO of one of competitive gaming's top teams says the new event will draw new audiences.
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EU says X’s blue tick accounts deceive users

The EU says the way the social media site designs and operates blue tick accounts "deceives" users.
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As Apple headset reaches Europe, will VR ever hit the mainstream?

As Apple's Vision Pro headset launches in the UK, can it finally kickstart the virtual reality market?
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Disney investigating massive leak of internal messages

A hacking group says it has leaked internal data from the media giant to protest its use of AI.
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Pioneering British AI chip designer bought by Japanese firm

Graphcore was once considered one of the country's most promising start-ups, with a £2bn valuation.
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Musk defeats ex-Twitter staff seeking $500m in severance

A US judge dismissed the case, one of several filed in the aftermath of Mr Musk's takeover of the site.
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Palestinians say Microsoft unfairly closing their accounts

More than 20 Palestinians say they have been kicked off Skype, a popular tool for contacting relatives.
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Samsung becomes first tech giant to launch a smart ring

The devices have high profile users, including Kim Kardashian and and some England footballers.
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Tech giant Samsung workers to strike indefinitely

A union for almost 25% of the firm's South Korean workers called the walkout over pay and benefits.
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Microsoft hiking Xbox Game Pass prices by up to 25%

The gaming giant said its PC Game Pass subscription would increase by £2 to £9.99 per month.
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Tech Life: Turning the racetrack electric

We're at the Formula E season finale, exploring how the tech has advanced over 10 years.
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How a software bug from Crowdstrike affected Microsoft Windows systems around the world.
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Tech Life: Athletes using technology to improve performance

How do athletes use technology to improve their performance?
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Moment Ariane-6 rocket blasts into space on first flight

The vehicle set off from a launchpad in French Guiana on a demonstration mission.
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Tech Life: The tech that refuses to die

We look at old tech that's been around for decades and is still useful.
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How to decode your social media feeds this election

Marianna Spring talks through the tactics seen on the social media feeds of voters.
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Tech Life: If we could talk to the animals

Music legend Peter Gabriel talks about AI technology and communicating with animals.
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Investigating crime scenes in virtual reality

A team from the University of Dundee is developing ways to help investigators work out how fires start.
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Tech Life: Detecting cancer using AI

The role machine learning can play in accurate blood tests for bowel cancer.
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Tech Life: Bionic arms and robotic thumbs

This week Tech Life has a special programme about the technology of artificial limbs.
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Tech Life: Helping our animal friends

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

Words of warning about facial recognition, biometrics and artificial intelligence.
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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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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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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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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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Would-be reality TV contestants 'not looking real'

A growing use of AI is said to be both harming and helping makers of reality TV.
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What will future aerial dogfights look like?

AI with dogfighting ability is being developed by the UK and US air forces.
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How AI is fuelling uncertainty for game developers

In a struggling games industry AI has been hailed as a possible saviour. But not everyone's convinced.
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Why both businesses and scammers love India's payment system

Fast and free, India's UPI payments system has been a big success, but has attracted scammers.
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Will K-pop's AI experiment pay off?

Some of the genre's biggest names are now using artificial intelligence, but fans are divided.
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Amazon at 30: What next for 'The Everything Company'?

Can Amazon sustain its rapid growth since 1994 - or will rivals or regulators cut it down to size?
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Is AI the answer for better government services?

Governments are experimenting with AI chatbots that can give help and advice.
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Could the 'flying piano' help transform air cargo?

A Texas start-up is developing cargo gliders that would be towed behind a jet.
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Would having an AI boss be better than your current human one?

Companies are now experimenting with using AI systems to manage their staff.
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The fastest data in the world

Researchers are seeing how fast data can be delivered amid rising demand for bandwidth.
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Are rainy days ahead for cloud computing?

Outsourcing computing to the cloud is a huge business, but some firms have said it's not for them.
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What is 'AI washing' and why is it a problem?

Tech firms commonly highlight their use of AI, but in some cases it may be exaggerated.
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Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?

Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.
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'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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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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Could AI put an end to animal testing?

Artificial intelligence systems are increasingly being used to help test new drugs and chemicals.
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Australia wants to become a renewable energy superpower. Can it?

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