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Wednesday June 19, 2024

Don't blame us for people suffering - London hospital hackers
They claim the cyber attack - which has disrupted more than 1,000 procedures - was politically motivated.

AI frenzy makes Nvidia the world's most valuable company
The Californian firm's meteoric rise has been fuelled by its dominance of the "new gold" - AI chips.

TikTok faces fresh US pressure over child privacy
The allegation from US regulators adds to the growing pressure faced by the social media firm.

Tuesday June 18, 2024

Tech Life: Bionic arms and robotic thumbs
This week Tech Life has a special programme about the technology of artificial limbs.

Bacon ice cream and nugget overload sees misfiring McDonald's AI withdrawn
The voice recognition system seems not to have recognised what customers were really ordering.

Apple scraps its Pay Later loan scheme
It marks a retreat for the technology giant from plans to offer traditional financial services.

Building a $2bn online game by breaking the rules
How the Elder Scrolls Online survived a difficult launch to become a quiet gaming success story.

Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?
Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

Monday June 17, 2024

Software giant Adobe accused of 'trapping customers'
Regulators allege Adobe failed to properly disclose subscription terms and made it too onerous to cancel.

US surgeon general wants social media warning labels
Vivek Murthy says social media increases the risk that children will experience anxiety and depression.

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