- European Commission hits Intel with new fine over antitrust findings
- Airport chaos as eGates down for the count across UK
- CMA says new Microsoft-Activision deal addresses concerns
- Why Chromebooks are the new immortals of tech
- How is this problem mine, techie asked, while cleaning underground computer
- If you're cautious about using ML and bots at work, that's not a bad idea
- The clock is ticking and Korea wants to know if its chipmakers will get their export license extension
- ESA gets the job of building Europe's secure satcomms network
- Mastodon makes a major move amid Musk's multiple messes
- The iPhone 15 has a Goldilocks issue: Too big or too small. Maybe a case will make it just right
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- Amazon Prime Video content to start including ads next year
Amazon says its Prime Video users will see ads on TV shows and movies unless they pay extra.
- Microsoft's new Call of Duty deal set for UK approval
The revised offer "opens the door" to the deal being cleared, the UK competition watchdog says.
- Despite risks fish farms are booming in Africa
Farming fish has seen rapid growth in Africa but it can be an expensive, high-risk operation.
- AI risks destabilising world, deputy PM to tell UN
Oliver Dowden will warn the pace of change could outstrip governments' abilities to make AI safe.
- Game of Thrones author sues ChatGPT owner OpenAI
George RR Martin and John Grisham are among the authors suing the company over copyright laws.
- Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Reaction to demo as Tokyo Game Show starts
It's one of the biggest game releases of next year – and verdicts are rolling in on the first demo.
- Google accused of directing motorist to drive off collapsed bridge
Google had been asked to update its maps in the nine years before the father of two's death.
- Is it possible to regulate artificial intelligence?
We are moving towards regulation of AI, but some experts maintain that it will never work.
- Inside Tiktok's real-life frenzies – from riots to false murder accusations
Former staff and users tell the BBC the app's algorithm has encouraged harmful real-life behaviour.
- Musk start-up Neuralink seeks people for brain-implant trial
The company hopes to help people with paralysis move a cursor, or type, using its brain implant.
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