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Billionaire has spent almost six months in Japan after largely disappearing from public view
Worker revolt at Foxconn factory poses risk to company’s 14-quarter run, analysts suggest
US and Netherlands officials to hold talks as Washington steps up push for allies to mirror export curbs
Social media platform’s owner claims iPhone maker has pulled back on advertising in tweetstorm broadside
Measure removed from Online Safety Bill following backlash from tech groups and privacy advocates
Ecommerce company pledges to help ordinary workers as Beijing targets wealth gap
Moving to a new social network should be like switching mobile provider or bank, but it’s not
Badly moderated social media platforms can have chilling real world effects
Steady cash flows have offered protection from worst of tech sell-off but lockdowns will continue
The new US technology rules will hurt China’s chipmakers. But they will also add to inflationary pressures on many products
Leaning too heavily on artificial intelligence can erode our tolerance for the repetitive actions that help us actually learn
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Cost of communications devices made by Elon Musk-owned SpaceX set to rise due to Russian assault on electricity grid
Researchers have developed a bot capable of the deceptions required to prosper in an online diplomacy game
CMA says record labels and services such as Spotify unlikely to be making excess profits
75% of Whitehall officials say they want more technology training
Institutions are venturing into virtual worlds — both as a subject and a learning tool
Patients and the pursuit of profit, climate tech pioneers, and what links Silicon Valley and the rainforest
Returning chief describes a ‘sense of urgency’ in town hall with media company’s employees
In-car speakers, and more for your motor
The gaming industry and its customers should be prepared to put up with an increased level of moral scrutiny
Facebook parent has received almost €1bn in levies from European regulators over data protection
Funds with large exposure to chipmaker saw sharp gains after news broke of Berkshire Hathaway stake
Defendant with dual nationality and links to Putin claims rules are discriminatory
Dulux owner acquires stake in tech start-up as Brexit and pandemic exacerbate worker shortages
The danger for policymakers is that information has a tendency to be monopolised
Campaigners say invalidation of member states’ databases will hinder efforts to tackle abuse of ownership rules
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Semiconductors blur the line between national security and the national interest
Bionaut Labs has raised $43.2mn in second financing round to fund first clinical trials
Chinese-owned social media platform hopes to remedy some of the issues that have plagued its live shopping rollout
Group hedges its risk as Washington seeks to curb Beijing’s capacity to develop advanced technology
Top brands abandon social media platform as billionaire owner berates chief executives who have curbed spending
Washington cites national security in order that includes phones, cameras and WiFi routers
US analytics giant Palantir remains most prominent bidder for £360mn data platform
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