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US fed­er­al health agency bans Juul e-cig­a­rettes
US gov­ern­ment bans sale and dis­tri­b­u­tion of Juul prod­ucts amid con­cerns about in­crease in num­ber of teenagers va­p­ing.
23 Jun 2022
From: Start Here
Is AI out of con­trol? | Start Here
What is ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence and why are many gov­ern­ments try­ing to reg­u­late it?
23 Jun 2022
De­moc­rats in Con­gress ‘op­ti­mistic’ chips deal can hap­pen soon
$52bn bi­par­ti­san deal would sub­sidise US semi­con­duc­tor man­u­fac­tur­ing to boost com­pet­i­tive­ness with Chi­nese tech­nol­o­gy.
22 Jun 2022
‘His­toric vic­to­ry’: Ap­ple work­ers in US vote to unionise
Work­ers in Mary­land be­come the first re­tail em­ploy­ees of Ap­ple Inc to union­ize in the Unit­ed States.
19 Jun 2022
The next (r)evo­lu­tion: AI v hu­man in­tel­li­gence
Should we wor­ry about chat­bots be­com­ing ‘sen­tient’?
Khaled Diab
18 Jun 2022
Mi­crosoft re­tires In­ter­net Ex­plor­er – what does it mean for you?
Once the world’s most wide­ly used web brows­er, In­ter­net Ex­plor­er will be laid to rest on June 15, 2022.
15 Jun 2022
Or­a­cle women stum­ble in pay bias suit while Google cuts a deal
Or­a­cle women are poised to lose the class-ac­tion sta­tus they ear­li­er won in a five-year court fight with their em­ploy­er.
13 Jun 2022
Can cryp­to help Afghans? Some think so
Cryp­to en­thu­si­asts say it’s the only so­lu­tion to the cash crunch that was cre­at­ed when the Tal­iban took over.
9 Jun 2022
EU clinch­es world first deal on sin­gle mo­bile charg­ing port
Move means most mo­bile phones, tablets and cam­eras will be re­quired to have a USB Type-C charg­ing port from late 2024.
7 Jun 2022
From: Inside Story
Can cryp­tocur­ren­cies make a come­back?
Val­ue of dig­i­tal cur­ren­cies in­clud­ing Bit­coin have fall­en sharply from 2021 peaks.
7 Jun 2022
Ap­ple aims to em­bed more deeply into cars with its soft­ware
At its de­vel­op­ers’ con­fer­ence Ap­ple showed off a new car dash­board that can dis­play data like speed, fuel lev­els.
7 Jun 2022
Sri Lan­ka’s eco­nom­ic cri­sis threat­ens its dol­lar-earn­ing IT firms
Sri Lan­ka’s IT sec­tor is try­ing to re­tain tal­ent with dol­lar-linked salaries as young pro­fes­sion­als look to ex­o­dus.
7 Jun 2022
Ama­zon con­sumer CEO Dave Clark re­signs
Clark be­came con­sumer chief amid a se­ries of de­par­tures af­ter Jeff Be­zos ced­ed the CEO role to Andy Jassy in 2021.
3 Jun 2022
Musk wants to cut 10 per­cent of Tes­la jobs: Re­port
Tes­la CEO Elon Musk has a ‘su­per bad feel­ing’ about the econ­o­my, he said in an email to ex­ec­u­tives seen by Reuters news.
3 Jun 2022
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