Google's Bard AI bot mistake wipes $100bn off shares

An advert to promote the new Bard software shows it answering a query incorrectly.
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Twitter outage sees users told they are over daily tweet limit

Some users reported being notified they were over the tweet-per-day limit, even if they had not posted.
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Ukraine war: Elon Musk's SpaceX firm bars Kyiv from using Starlink tech for drone control

The firm says it has limited Kyiv's ability to use its Starlink satellite internet for military ends.
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Netflix extends crackdown on password sharing to more countries

Customers in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain need to pay an extra fee to share their subscription.
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Microsoft deal to buy Activision opposed by UK regulator

The Competition and Markets Authority says it would lead to higher prices and fewer choices for gamers.
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Quantum breakthrough could revolutionise computing

Researchers have transferred 'quantum' information between computer chips at record speeds and accuracy.
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NFT images of furry Birkin bags violated trademark rules

Hermes, which owns the brand, has won a landmark case against an artist who created NFTs of the famous bag.
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Microsoft unveils new Bing with ChatGPT powers

Bing will now have "answer" and "chat" options in search using the latest in artificial intelligence.
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Toxic gaming tackled by Ubisoft's unique police alert system

BBC News has exclusive access to how Ubisoft's customer relations centre is working with police.
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SNP MP Stewart McDonald's emails hacked by Russian group

Stewart McDonald tells the BBC his emails have been stolen by a group linked to Russian intelligence.
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Zoom cuts 15% of staff in post-pandemic 'reset'

The video call firm that surged in popularity during the height of Covid is cutting 1,300 people.
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Digital pound likely this decade, Treasury says

The Treasury and Bank of England will formally start a consultation for the digital currency, on Tuesday.
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Bard: Google launches ChatGPT rival

The tech giant says its new Artificial Intelligence-powered chatbot will roll out in the coming weeks.
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Facebook's parent firm Meta can be sued by ex-moderator, judge rules

A Kenyan court has said that Facebook's parent company can be sued by a former content moderator.
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'Google killer' ChatGPT sparks AI chatbot race

The future of internet search could be transformed by this new tech, writes BBC tech editor Zoe Kleinman.
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Pye radio and TV sets go on display in Cambridge

The film was founded in a garden shed and quickly became one of the biggest employers in Cambridge.
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Tech lay-offs: Dell to cut workforce

Dell adds to the growing list of technology companies cutting jobs as consumer and corporate spending shrinks.
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Britishvolt: UK battery start-up set to be bought by Australian firm

Recharge Industries is named preferred bidder for collapsed battery firm Britishvolt.
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Digital cameras back in fashion after online revival

Analysts say the huge interest on eBay, Etsy and TikTok is driven by young people wanting old technology.
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Farewell radiators? Testing out electric infrared wallpaper

Pilots are being run around the UK to see if electric wallpaper could be an efficient way to heat homes.
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Interpol working out how to police the metaverse

The global police agency has built its own virtual reality (VR) space, for users to do training.
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'Investing in the artist makes me feel more involved in the song'

Swedish company Corite allow fans to invest in the music of their favourite artists.
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Elon Musk found not guilty of fraud over Tesla tweet

The Tesla boss is cleared of fraud charges over a tweet about taking the carmaker back into private ownership.
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Twitter: Number of staff suing goes up daily - lawyer

One former senior manager tells the BBC the treatment of workers by Elon Musk was "unjustifiable".
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Bill Gates would rather pay for vaccines than travel to Mars

The Microsoft co-founder also believes artificial intelligence will "dramatically" transform humanity.
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Elon Musk's Tesla lost $140m on Bitcoin in 2022

Tesla invested $1.5bn in the cryptocurrency in early 2021, and briefly accepted it as payment.
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Government promises robust crypto regulation

Proposals are being set out as scandals and tumbling values raise questions about the industry's future.
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Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report

Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
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Tech layoffs: PayPal cuts 2,000 jobs as global economy weakens

The online payments platform is the latest technology firm to cut costs as the global economy weakens.
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Tech War: Biden moves to halt US exports to Huawei, reports say

Washington has been tightening its rules on exports of US technology to China for several years.
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JD Sports says 10 million customers hit by cyber-attack

The sportswear chain says stored data relating to its customers might be at risk following the attack.
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AmazonSmile closes: Charities say they will suffer

Amazon will soon close its charity scheme that allows people to donate by shopping.
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Lockdowns linked to tenfold rise in child abuse imagery

A charity says its data highlights how predators took advantage of the worldwide Covid-19 situation.
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Warning over risky electric blankets sold online

The consumer rights group Which? found products being sold online that could cause electric shocks.
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US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew

The US Department of Justice says its operation against the cyber gang was a 21st Century stakeout.
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Donald Trump to be allowed back on to Facebook and Instagram

The social media firm Meta said the former US president's suspension will end "in the coming weeks".
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Twitter sued over antisemitic posts left online

Two groups in Germany claim the social network has betrayed users' trust.
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Iranian and Russian hackers targeting politicians and journalists, warn UK officials

Politicians and journalists are being targeted with espionage attacks, the UK government is warning.
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Microsoft says services have recovered after widespread outage

Tens of thousands of users of Outlook and Teams were affected earlier on Wednesday.
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US accuses Google of 'driving out' ad rivals

A federal lawsuit alleges the tech giant's anti-competitive actions mean more websites need paywalls.
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Elon Musk says Tesla tweet was genuine in fraud case

The billionaire is accused of defrauding investors after a tweet claiming he had support for a deal.
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BT customer contracts face probe by regulator

Ofcom says it is looking into whether two BT companies, EE and Plusnet, have breached rules.
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ChatGPT: Microsoft to invest billions in chatbot maker OpenAI

It announces a "multi-year, multibillion dollar investment" with OpenAI to accelerate breakthroughs.
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Spotify cuts jobs in latest round of tech layoffs

The music-streaming company says it is shedding 6% of its workforce.
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Ticketmaster apologises for Taylor Swift tour sales fiasco

The company says it faced an "unprecedented" software attack when the star's Eras tour went on sale.
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Merriam-Webster buys Wordle-style hit game Quordle

US dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster buys Quordle, a Wordle-style five-letter-word guessing game.
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Cyber-crime gangs' earnings slide as victims refuse to pay

New research points to a positive trend with ransomware gangs' profits dropping 40% in 2022.
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Climate change: Bill Gates backs Australian start-up targeting cow burps

Livestock - such as cows - produce methane when their stomachs are digesting hard fibres.
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Crypto lender Genesis files for bankruptcy

The cryptocurrency lender’s collapse is the latest blow to the sector.
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New FTX boss John Ray could bring back bankrupt crypto firm

John Ray said he may restart the platform to try to recover "value" for customers who lost money.
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Dentists warn of permanent damage from clear braces ordered online

One man said his teeth were not strong enough to bite an apple after wearing aligners bought remotely.
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Google parent Alphabet to cut 12,000 jobs

Six per cent of Alphabet's workforce will be lost worldwide, and US staff will be affected immediately.
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AI image creator faces UK and US legal challenges

Getty Images, one of the worlds biggest picture agencies, is taking action against Stability AI.
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Microsoft to cut 10,000 jobs as spending slows

Chief executive Satya Nadella says cuts will cost $1.2bn (£972m) as tech firms scale back staff numbers.
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Bitzlato crypto founder charged with $700m financial crimes

Bitzlato co-founder Anatoly Legkodymov is accused of helping to process $700m in illicit funds.
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Gamers say goodbye to Google's Stadia as platform shuts

All purchases are being refunded - but there are worries some games will be lost forever.
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'I use Call of Duty to speak to my family in Iran'

Iranians in Birmingham reveal how turmoil in their homeland affects their health and livelihoods.
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Elon Musk trial: Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart

He could be ordered to pay billions of dollars in damages if he loses the fraud lawsuit over a tweet.
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FTX: Collapsed crypto exchange says $415m was hacked

Last week the company told a bankruptcy judge in Delaware that it had recovered over $5bn in assets.
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Netflix offers pay package of up to $385,000 for flight attendant

The role on its private jets requires "discretion and outstanding customer service skills".
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Twitter's bird statue sells for $100,000 at auction

After axing staff and scrapping perks, Twitter offloads surplus supplies
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Nick Cave says ChatGPT's AI attempt to write Nick Cave lyrics 'sucks'

The musician responds after a popular chatbot produces lyrics "in the style of Nick Cave".
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Wikipedia criticises 'harsh' new Online Safety Bill plans

The legislation shouldn't treat community-run sites like big tech firms its foundation says.
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Twitter: Five ways Elon Musk has changed the platform for users

Twitter users say the social network has "a different vibe" since the billionaire took charge.
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Industrial espionage: How China sneaks out America's technology secrets

The true extent of commercial spying is unknown but experts say it is "pervasive".
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Cat's eyes: How a pub trip made the world's roads safer

How the late inventor of cat's eyes, Percy Shaw, got his eureka moment.
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Car-sharing app offers private vehicles for hire

BBC Click's Nick Kwek test drives a car from a firm offering an alternative to traditional rentals.
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Musk's Boring Company shows off Las Vegas tunnels

The BBC's James Clayton visited the tunnel network carrying passengers in Tesla cars.
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Punchbags become smart with activity-tracking cover

BBC Click’s Lara Lewington tries out some of the latest fitness technology.
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I have low vision, so I built an app to help others like me

Adjustable smartphone camera filters change how things look, helping users see more easily.
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A wave of tool theft spurs hi-tech security systems

Desperate to protect their tools from being stolen, tradespeople are considering sophisticated security systems.
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Have we fallen out of love with voice assistants?

Worries over privacy and the cost of living have curbed interest in voice assistants like Alexa.
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How to add 'sizzle' to meat-free products

Firms are creating artificial animal fats that they promise will make meat-free products taste better.
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North West Computer Museum aims to give new life to old consoles

This new computer museum is ready to help you try and bring it back to life.
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Hemp makes a comeback in the construction industry

A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.
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Heat pumps: The 'geeks' obsessing over their new heating systems

More people are heating their homes with heat pumps and some are getting data obsessed.
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The race to make diesel engines run on hydrogen

Ordinary diesel trucks could be converted to a hydrogen-diesel mix, according to researchers in Australia.
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'It had just vanished' - the shock when tech fails

Cloud computing is a popular way for firms to buy computing but, when it fails, chaos ensues.
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Lucky Girl Syndrome: Smug TikTok trend or life-changing positivity?

Lucky Girl Syndrome promotes positive thinking, manifesting good vibes and is spreading online.
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India targets China's dominance in mobile phones

There's some way to go, but India hopes to build its own world-class mobile phone industry.
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Gadgets unveiled at CES but Russia is banned

Thousands have come to Las Vegas for one of the world's largest technology shows.
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Could floating solar farms survive out at sea?

Engineers are working on building solar farms robust enough to survive in the open ocean.
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Ukraine war: What does facial recognition software make of Putin’s backdrop crowd?

There's been speculation public meetings with President Putin have been staged.
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Flying boats and other tech for cleaner shipping

The shipping industry is experimenting with foils, sails and fuel to make itself less carbon intensive.
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Tech trends 2023: Flying taxis and satellite phones

From the latest in electric aircraft to the satellites that connect to phones, next year's emerging tech.
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The cargo hauling aircraft with no pilots on board

Rejecting deliveries to the doorstep, some drone makers are betting on bigger pilot-free aircraft.
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