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Thursday July 25, 2024

Would-be reality TV contestants 'not looking real'
A growing use of AI is said to be both harming and helping makers of reality TV.

Wednesday July 24, 2024

CrowdStrike pledges better tests after IT outage
The cybersecurity company's mistake caused millions of PCs not to work on Friday.

Instagram removes 63,000 sextortion accounts in Nigeria
The scammers were posing as young women online to trick people into sending sexually explicit material.

Rare fossils reveal secrets of mammal evolution
The fossils hold clues as to how mammals that lived in the shadow of dinosaurs evolved to dominate the world.

Why tech bros are turning to Trump
The Republican presidential candidate is forging new alliances as his campaign gains momentum.

Musk says Tesla to use humanoid robots next year
The billionaire has been pushing Tesla to cut costs as car sales weaken.

Tuesday July 23, 2024

Tech Life: Turning the racetrack electric
We're at the Formula E season finale, exploring how the tech has advanced over 10 years.

Cyber-security firm rejects $23bn Google takeover
In an internal memo to staff, the firm's founder and chief executive said he was 'flattered'.

Google U-turn over long-running plan to ditch cookies
The UK?s privacy watchdog said it was 'disappointed' by the decision not to block internet tracking.

Chimps share humans' 'snappy' conversational style
Wild chimpanzees, like humans, take fast-paced turns in conversation, and often interrupt each other.

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