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Wednesday December 07, 2022


Oldest DNA reveals two-million-year-old lost world
Genetic material extracted from soil has revealed the ancient plants and animals of North Greenland.

Elon Musk rejects concerns over beds at Twitter HQ
The billionaire has previously told workers to commit to long hours or leave.

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.

COP15: UN calls for biodiversity 'peace pact with nature'
Countries are meeting in Montreal for a once-a-decade opportunity to put nature on the path to recovery.

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.

Tech layoffs at Meta, Twitter, Amazon: The good people helping Indians find jobs
Tech workers are rallying together to help peers who face having to leave the US after being laid off.


Tuesday December 06, 2022


Onshore wind rules to be relaxed after Tory revolt
The government says it will rewrite a planning rule restricting new turbines in England.

Ethereum change cut cryptocurrency power demand
Switching systems may have made electricity savings similar to the amount used by Ireland.

Deforestation: EU law bans goods linked to destruction of trees
Household goods such as coffee and chocolate will have to pass strict checks before they are sold in the EU.

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