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Friday

How big banks are becoming 'Bitcoin whales'
There will only ever be 21 million bitcoins, and US financial giants are buying up thousands.
01.03.2024 - 15:31

Elon Musk sues OpenAI over Microsoft links
The lawsuit accuses the firm of abandoning its founding principle of benefiting humanity.
01.03.2024 - 15:26

Thursday

AI optimism sends Nasdaq to new post-Covid high
Investors expect artificial intelligence to unleash a new wave of growth.
29.02.2024 - 23:30

Plan to double power of e-bikes sparks fire fears
Cycling groups and charities have criticised government proposals for more powerful e-bikes.
29.02.2024 - 20:49

Star Wars game cancelled as EA cuts 670 jobs
Electronic Arts says it will focus on its existing titles, as the gaming industry job cuts continue.
29.02.2024 - 12:59

Winklevoss firm to return $1.1bn to customers
Gemini was co-founded by twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss - known for their legal dispute with Facebook.
29.02.2024 - 04:55

'I'd heard the big, bad, scary conversation about AI'
The women enrolling on artificial intelligence training courses to boost their job prospects.
29.02.2024 - 01:02

Wednesday

European parliament revokes Amazon lobbyist passes
MEPs have accused the retailer of failing to cooperate with enquiries into its working practices.
28.02.2024 - 18:40

What is Bitcoin? Key crypto terms and what they mean
As Bitcoin's price makes headlines once more, here's a look at some key crypto terms and their meanings.
28.02.2024 - 13:17

Why Google's 'woke' AI problem won't be an easy fix
The firm paused its AI image generation tool after claims it was over-correcting against the risk of being racist.
28.02.2024 - 09:56

Apple unplugs electric car project, reports say
The firm never acknowledged the project publicly but had recruited about two thousands workers.
28.02.2024 - 07:51

Tuesday

PlayStation to axe 900 jobs and close London studio
The layoffs are the latest to hit the tech sector, which has seen big cutbacks worldwide since 2023.
27.02.2024 - 18:06

Elon Musk eats humble pie over unpaid bakery bill
The world's richest man steps in after his car firm Tesla U-turned on a request for 4,000 pies.
27.02.2024 - 13:49

More music leaving TikTok over Universal row
At first artists signed to the label were removed, but now writers are being taken off the platform.
27.02.2024 - 13:41

Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia
Ammonia is essential for fertiliser production but producing it is carbon intensive.
27.02.2024 - 01:04

Monday

Meta forms team to stop AI from tricking voters
The owner of Facebook and Instagram says the group will tackle AI content in the June 2024 EU elections.
26.02.2024 - 14:35

Sunday

Work to do on smart mouthguards - Townsend
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend says "more work" is required to make smart mouthguards "correct" after an alert prompted the temporary withdrawal of prop Zander Ferguson against England.
25.02.2024 - 18:46

Saturday

Oprah and Nigella deepfaked in influencer 'manifestation' ads
Piers Morgan and Oprah have criticised the use of AI deepfake ads used to promote a "manifestation" guide.
24.02.2024 - 01:03

The celebrities 'deepfaked' for US influencer's ads
Piers Morgan and Oprah have criticised the use of AI deepfake ads used to promote a "manifestation" guide.
24.02.2024 - 01:03

Friday

AI chip firm Nvidia valued at $2tn
Booming business at Nvidia sees investors bet the AI revolution will live up to its "hype".
23.02.2024 - 19:07

Why some cyber-attacks hit harder than others
The British Library has been hobbled for months by a cyber-attack and experts warn of similar damage ahead.
23.02.2024 - 01:07

The 'mind-bending' bionic arm powered by AI
BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out a high-tech prosthetic promising a 'full range of human motion'.
23.02.2024 - 01:07

Thursday

How AI is helping the search for extraterrestrial life
Artificial intelligence software is being used to look for signs of alien lifeforms.
22.02.2024 - 01:01

Wednesday

'AI won't steal your job, but people using it may'
Hovhannes Avoyan, founder of picture and video editing app Picsart, shares his advice for our CEO Secrets series.
14.02.2024 - 01:01