It makes music with the sun.
Fancy that! APT28 fingered for Italian job
Researchers have claimed the infamous APT28 Kremlin-linked hacking group was behind a new cyber-espionage campaign they believe was targeted at the Italian military.…
The cable giant will apparently focus on bidding for the UK's Sky television instead.
Musk tweet came after the diver accused the billionaire of a "PR stunt."
It's been a long time coming.
It might not look very different, but that's just the camouflage.
A diver who helped rescue boys trapped in a Thailand cave may sue Elon Musk after the tech billionaire called the rescuer a "pedo guy."
Diver Vernon Unsworth was instrumental in the rescue, and he said that Musk's attempt to build a small submarine for the rescue effort was a "PR stunt" that had no chance of working. Musk soon promised to prove Unsworth wrong—and lobbed a baseless charge of pedophilia at the rescuer.
In a series of tweets yesterday, Musk initially challenged Unsworth to "show [the] final rescue video" before writing, "You know what, don't bother showing the video. We will make one of the mini-sub/pod going all the way to Cave 5 no problemo. Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it."
Debate is raging over whether smart speakers are suitable for children.
The ride hailing firm is being investigated over a complaint about gender inequality, the BBC understands.
It does cloud, it does AI, it does analytics - how many more boxes d'ya wanna tick?
Salesforce has slurped up Israeli cloudy artificial intelligence biz Datorama for a reported $800m.…
It has a Gap! Bodacious!
Commentary: Musk got plenty of premature criticism for his involvement in the Thai Cave Rescue. Then he gave detractors a real reason to criticize.
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Scientists hope this bandy-bandy snake won't be lost to hisstory.
Plus peers told not to hand excess power to big biz
Three major internet service providers have said they would back a regulator to oversee rules for web giants – but warned lawmakers not to forget smaller firms or the bigger picture.…