- San Francisco investigates Hotel Twitter, Musk might pack up and leave
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- Italy, Japan, UK to jointly launch sixth-gen fighter jet by 2035
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- UK lawmakers look to enforce blocking tools for legal but harmful content
- Linux kernel 6.1: Rusty release could be a game-changer
- Inadequate IT partly to blame for NHS doctors losing 13.5 million working hours
- Greater London wing of comms union urges BT workers to reject pay offer
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- US seeks to block Microsoft from £56bn gaming deal
Microsoft said it would fight to buy Activision Blizzard, the studio behind games such as Call of Duty.
- Game Awards: Elden Ring and God of War: Ragnarok are big winners
A star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles sees dark fantasy Elden Ring win the night's biggest prize.
- Fired Twitter cleaning staff 'treated like garbage'
One of them told the BBC a member of Elon Musk's team said their jobs would be replaced by robots.
- How to check if your Instagram posts are being hidden
Instagram unveils a new tool that will allow users to see if they have been shadow banned.
- TikTok sued by Indiana over security and safety concerns
The app is accused of deceiving users over China's access to data and exposing kids to mature content.
- Elon Musk turns Twitter into 'hotel' for staff
One photo shows a double room with wardrobe and slippers, as Elon Musk seeks to instil a "hardcore" work culture.
- Sunny Balwani: Former Theranos executive gets nearly 13 years in prison
Second-in-command Sunny Balwani receives a heavier sentence than the start-up's founder Elizabeth Holmes.
- Nintendo lands Call of Duty in 10-year Microsoft deal
Microsoft says it has offered the same deal to Sony, with Call of Duty also continuing to appear on PCs.
- San Francisco makes U-turn on 'killer robots' plan
San Francisco reverses its decision to allow police to use robots equipped with lethal weapons.
- ChatGPT: New AI chatbot has everyone talking to it
Open AI's ChatGPT generates convincing human-like answers in response to users' prompts.