Why bother with drugs when CPUs are so expensive?
Russian propaganda could spread if unchecked
A hot potato: As Elon Musk reduces Twitter's content moderation to make the platform a bastion of free speech while also cutting its workforce, one of the European Union's top officials has warned the billionaire could be inadvertently helping Vladimir Putin by not removing Russian propaganda relating to the war in Ukraine.
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Not the first time the ECB has rallied against crypto
Hoping to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
According to a new study
Super Mario Bros. second trailer reveals Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, and more of Chris Pratt's voice
Will it be as successful as Sonic or poop like The Emoji Movie?
The states are demanding $9.4 million in penalties
Arma 3 dev says it is still being used to create fake news, offers tips for identifying game footage
WTF?! Footage of video games purporting to be real-life incidents, particular those from conflicts, is far from a new phenomenon. The practice has been increasing this year following the war in Ukraine, and it's often Arma 3 gameplay that's used as the fake footage. Now, developer Bohemia Interactive has addressed the circulation of these videos and explained how to tell real clips from fakes.
Recordings include old cameras, typewriters, computers, and more
Ideas for a name: Twittphone, The Musker, Elon's angry device
The new system may include different checkmarks for corporate, government, and individual users
Failing to bring all the boys to the yard
Facepalm: A good social media account manager can improve their employer's public image through thoughtful interaction with customers. But there's a vital distinction between giving an intelligent response to a genuine complaint and calling someone a "milkshake brain." Unfortunately for EA, its Need for Speed account chose to throw said insult at a fan, prompting an apology from the company.
Arrr! Copyright infringement on the high seas
#ThrowBackThursday Most people who hear the word "Nokia" associate it with mobile phones, but there's a convoluted history to tell since the company's humble beginnings over 150 years ago and many reinventions.
Female customers are most likely to become victims
Something to look forward to: Earlier this year, Sony and Honda announced a collaboration to develop various electric vehicles, some of which could be fully autonomous. The companies also heavily focused on the entertainment side of the upcoming cars, emphasizing this by revealing plans to include a PS5 in specific models.
The rule begins in 2035 and remains in effect for 100 years
Developed collaboratively between Nvidia and Sega, the 1MB Diamond Edge 3D shipped in 1995 for $249.99
Twitter locks remaining employees out of offices after hundreds leave following Elon Musk's "hardcore" ultimatum
It's chaos at Twitter
In context: Elon Musk might regret firing half of Twitter's staff after he took over the company, given reports that those who weren't laid-off have been resigning in droves. It appears the departures were prompted by Musk's recent declaration that employees must commit to a "hardcore" work culture or leave the firm by 5 pm yesterday. Now, Twitter has locked those who are left out of the company's offices, reportedly over fears of sabotage by disgruntled ex-workers.
Laptops really can do everything these days
Bezos is worth $120 billion