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Friday April 19, 2024

Influential women's tech network shuts down unexpectedly
Women Who Code, which had hundreds of thousands of members globally, has dissolved after a board vote.

Tesla recalls Cybertrucks over accelerator crash risk
The electric car company, run by Elon Musk, is recalling thousands of what is its latest vehicle.

Netflix profits soar after password crackdown
The streaming giant said it added 9.3 million subscribers in the first three months of the year.

Can TikTok's owner afford to lose its killer app?
Sell or be banned - TikTok's US operations, by some estimates, could fetch up to $100bn.

Almost a quarter of kids aged 5-7 have smartphones
The regulator calls the data a "wake up call", and says parents and industry need to do more.

Thursday April 18, 2024

Why a deluge of Chinese-made drugs is hard to curb
Thousands of Chinese companies are making synthetic opioids and shipping them around the world.

Chinese cities sinking under their own weight
Extracting ground water for growing urban populations causes half of China's big cities to sink.

Deadly Africa heat caused by human-induced warming
Extreme heat linked to the deaths of hundreds of people would not have happened without global warming.

'AI helps me to make wine for younger drinkers'
The winemakers using artificial intelligence to help them grow grapes and blend their wines.

Wednesday April 17, 2024

Did cloud seeding cause the Dubai flooding?
Dubai has been hit by record floods, sparking misleading speculation about cloud seeding.

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