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Google merges Maps and Waze teams but says apps will remain separate

As part of recent cost-cutting measures, Google is planning to merge the 500 employees working on Waze into the group in charge of Maps.. → Read More

NASA posts high resolution images of Orion's final lunar flyby

Orion just made its final pass around the moon on its way to Earth, and NASA has just released some of the best photos it's snapped so far.. → Read More

GM opens its first Level 2 community charging stations in two states

GM has installed its first Level 2 charging stations in Wisconsin and Detroit as part of a community charging initiative unveiled last year.. → Read More

Uber and Motional's robotaxis arrive in Las Vegas

Uber has launched public robotaxi rides in Las Vegas using Motional's Hyundai Ioniq 5 autonomous EVs.. → Read More

TSMC is building a second chip plant to meet US semiconductor demand

The White House and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing co. → Read More

Apple's Self Service Repair program comes to Europe

After launching it in the US earlier this year, Apple's Self Service Repair program has arrived in eight European countries.. → Read More

Waze is getting its own dedicated Android Automotive app

Waze is France's most popular navigation app, so it makes sense that it's launching a new, dedicated version of the app in partnership with Renault.. → Read More

Nothing in talks to launch a new smartphone in the US

After sticking to markets in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, smartphone company Nothing may launch a future model in the US.. → Read More

Airbus is building a hydrogen fuel-cell engine for aircraft

As part of its goal to have zero-emission aircraft enter service by 2035, Airbus has announced the development of a hydrogen fuel-cell engine designed to for airplanes.. → Read More

Corning's Gorilla Glass Victus 2 can better survive drops on sidewalks and roads

Corning's Gorilla Glass is used in a lot of high-end smartphones, and now the company is promising even tougher displays with its latest version, Victus 2. → Read More

Sony steps into the Metaverse with the 'Mocopi' motion tracking system

Sony has launched an interesting product called Mocopi, consisting of six motion-tracking bands worn on your hands, feet, back and head.. → Read More

Meta fined €265 million over Facebook data scraping in the EU

Meta has been hit with a €265 million ($277 million) fine for failing to prevent millions of Facebook users' data from being scraped.. → Read More

WhatsApp's latest feature makes it easier to send messages to yourself

WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that lets you send messages to yourself like reminders and shopping lists.. → Read More

Twitter data leak exposes over 5.4 million accounts

Data for 5.4 million Twitter users obtained from an API vulnerability has been dumped to a hacker form.. → Read More

Stable Diffusion update removes ability to copy artist styles or make NSFW works

AI artwork generator Stable Diffusion has been updated with a bunch of new features -- but many users aren't happy.. → Read More

Twitter's new Verified service will include gold checks for companies, Elon Musk confirms

Twitter plans to launch its updated Verified program next Friday with manual authentication and different colored check marks for different types of users.. → Read More

Tesla's FSD driver assist beta is now available to anyone who wants to pay

Tesla is opening up its so-called full self-driving (FSD) beta to anyone who wants it and has paid for it.. → Read More

Twitter is reportedly failing to pay some suppliers amidst cost-cutting measures

Elon Musk is reportedly refusing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel bills accumulated by Twitter employees before he took over the company.. → Read More

Protests break out at a major iPhone factory in China

Foxconn's largest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China has been hit by worker protests including violent confrontations with supervisors and police.. → Read More

UK competition regulator confirms probe into Apple and Google's mobile dominance

The UK's competition regulator has launched a probe into Apple and Google's "duopoly" after receiving "widespread support" for its proposals.. → Read More