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Saturday March 02, 2024

Killer whale vs shark: Solo orca eats great white
A killer whale is captured on camera hunting and "eviscerating" a great white shark in less than two minutes.

Friday March 01, 2024

How big banks are becoming 'Bitcoin whales'
There will only ever be 21 million bitcoins, and US financial giants are buying up thousands.

Elon Musk sues OpenAI over Microsoft links
The lawsuit accuses the firm of abandoning its founding principle of benefiting humanity.

England and Wales had warmest February on record
Met Office weather data also shows that this winter was less frosty than normal.

Mystery sea creature discovered in UK waters 
Scientists say sea slugs could be migrating north into cooler waters because of climate change.

Thursday February 29, 2024

AI optimism sends Nasdaq to new post-Covid high
Investors expect artificial intelligence to unleash a new wave of growth.

Plan to double power of e-bikes sparks fire fears
Cycling groups and charities have criticised government proposals for more powerful e-bikes.

Star Wars game cancelled as EA cuts 670 jobs
Electronic Arts says it will focus on its existing titles, as the gaming industry job cuts continue.

Supermarket chickens found burnt by own excrement
A BBC investigation finds about one third of chickens sold in some UK supermarkets have "hock burn".

Winklevoss firm to return $1.1bn to customers
Gemini was co-founded by twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss - known for their legal dispute with Facebook.

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