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Wednesday February 08, 2023


Microsoft deal to buy Activision opposed by UK regulator
The Competition and Markets Authority says it would lead to higher prices and fewer choices for gamers.

Quantum breakthrough could revolutionise computing
Researchers have transferred 'quantum' information between computer chips at record speeds and accuracy.

Toxic gaming tackled by Ubisoft's unique police alert system
BBC News has exclusive access to how Ubisoft's customer relations centre is working with police.

HS2 Ltd miscalculating impact on nature - Wildlife Trusts
HS2 Ltd's assessment of its impact on biodiversity is "riddled with inaccuracies" - say wildlife charities

SNP MP Stewart McDonald's emails hacked by Russian group
Stewart McDonald tells the BBC his emails have been stolen by a group linked to Russian intelligence.


Tuesday February 07, 2023


Microsoft unveils new Bing with ChatGPT powers
Bing will now have "answer" and "chat" options in search using the latest in artificial intelligence.

Zoom cuts 15% of staff in post-pandemic 'reset'
The video call firm that surged in popularity during the height of Covid is cutting 1,300 people.

Millions face threat of flooding from glacial lakes
Just four countries account for half of the total population at risk of catastrophic flooding.

Facebook's parent firm Meta can be sued by ex-moderator, judge rules
A Kenyan court has said that Facebook's parent company can be sued by a former content moderator.

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