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  1. Musk stiffing Google could unleash yet more abuse on Twitter, report says

    Musk's top priorities seem to be cutting costs and removing spam bots from DMs.

  2. AI-powered church service in Germany draws a large crowd

    "I was positively surprised how well it worked," said one attendee.

  3. “Lensed” supernova could shed light on fundamental forces shaping Universe

    Such objects could help refine models for Hubble Constant, dark energy, and dark matter.

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  1. Ferrari wins the 24 Hours of Le Mans after a 50-year absence

    After an absence of 50 years, it's like Ferrari never went away.

  2. Florida man gets flesh-eating infection from human bite during family fight

    The man declined to say what sparked the fight or which relative bit him.

  3. Ex-Samsung executive alleged to have stolen tech to recreate chip plant in China

    Six others also indicted as Korea toughens response to leakage of secrets.

  4. Microsoft announces new $350 1TB Carbon Black Xbox Series S

    "Carbon Black" edition will launch worldwide on September 1.

  5. Bethesda’s “Starfield Direct” shows off a massive, galactic-scale space RPG

    A deep dive on "over 1,000 planets'" worth of open-world exploration.

  6. Why we’re “interviewing” captive birds to find the best to release into the wild

    Experiments with the endangered Bali myna showed some birds are bolder than others.

  7. Here’s a rough estimate of how many people recent SCOTUS rulings might kill

    In addition to deaths, the decisions will lead to significant morbidity.

  8. Acer reportedly sent Russia $70M in PC gear after saying it paused business there

    Reuters says Acer used Swiss subsidiary to send Russia "at least" 744 shipments.

  9. Researchers discover that ChatGPT prefers repeating 25 jokes over and over

    When tested, "Over 90% of 1,008 generated jokes were the same 25 jokes."

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  1. Musk on path to turn Twitter into the next MySpace or Yahoo, co-founder suggests

    Ev Williams: Generally, "the new thing does not come from the old thing."

  2. Billion-year-old grease hints at long history of complex cells

    Our ancestors once thrived on cholesterols that are now just reaction intermediates.

  3. Judge denies Amazon’s, Apple’s motions to dismiss class action price-fixing suit

    Which markets are hurt by companies' agreement is "reserved for a jury."

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  1. Google’s Bard AI can now write and execute code to answer a question

    Google says having an LLM write code is akin to humans doing long division.

  2. Leaked Tesla report shows Cybertruck had basic design flaws

    “Alpha” version had problems with braking, handling, noise, and leaks.

  3. Blue Microphones branding is going away after 28 years

    The Blue name was a hat tip to the co-founder's Latvian roots.

  4. One man’s nearly 40-year, 8-bit quest to finish his teenage Commodore 64 RPG

    Disks and tapes are fallible, so it's back to assembly code and pencil notes.

  5. Nvidia’s AI software tricked into leaking data

    Researchers manipulate feature in ways that could reveal sensitive information.

  6. OpenAI faces defamation suit after ChatGPT completely fabricated another lawsuit

    ChatGPT continues causing trouble by making up lawsuits.

  1. Beer byproducts were popular canvas primers for Danish Golden Age artists

    "In 19th century Denmark, beer brewing was a paramount part of the culture and economy."

  2. Call of Duty removes “NickMercs” skin following FaZe Clan star’s LGBTQ tweet

    Move highlights reputational risk of in-game promos linked to real-world players.

  3. I just bought the only physical encyclopedia still in print, and I regret nothing

    The still-updated World Book Encyclopedia is my antidote to the information apocalypse.

  4. Dealmaster: Savings on practical Father’s Day tech gift ideas

    Our curated Father's Day list of the favorite toys and tech dads will love.

  5. A telescope happened to be pointing at the brightest supernova yet observed

    The BOAT—brightest of all time—reveals the mechanics of gamma-ray bursts.

  6. Google makes office attendance part of performance reviews

    Employees need to be in the office at least three days a week.

  7. Tesla to add General Motors to its charger standard next year

    GM EV drivers will need a dongle at first; NACS ports will show up in 2025.

  8. 今日澳洲幸运5大数据分析(中国)官方网站 UK’s plans for global AI safety summit draw criticism

    Announcement does not include "a single voice from civil society or academia," says critic.

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