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Tuesday February 27, 2024

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.

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.

Gills Aloud? Tiny fish found making very big noise
A miniscule, transparent fish makes drumming sounds as loud as a jackhammer, say researchers.

'Ice bumps' reveal history of Antarctic melting
Satellites reveal a 50-year record of climate change by tracing the lumpiness in ice surfaces.

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

Monday February 26, 2024

Japan Moon lander survives lunar night
Space agency Jaxa said the craft re-established communication after the equivalent of two Earth weeks without Sun.

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.

Sunday February 25, 2024

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.

Saturday February 24, 2024

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.

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