A US judge says Google must face advertisers’ antitrust lawsuit, but dismisses some claims, including those focused on ad-buying tools used by large advertisers (Reuters)

Reuters: A US judge says Google must face advertisers’ antitrust lawsuit, but dismisses some claims, including those focused on ad-buying tools used by large advertisers  —  Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) Google must face advertisers’ proposed class action lawsuit claiming that it monopolizes… Continue Reading →

The Download: quantum squeezing, and a game-building AI model

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How scientists are using quantum squeezing to push the limits of their sensors When two black holes spiral… Continue Reading →

Sources: the BlackCat ransomware gang is behind the outage at UnitedHealth’s technology unit that has disrupted services at pharmacies in the US for six days (Reuters)

Reuters: Sources: the BlackCat ransomware gang is behind the outage at UnitedHealth’s technology unit that has disrupted services at pharmacies in the US for six days  —  Figurines with computers and smartphones are seen in front of the words “Cyber… Continue Reading →

The era of cheap helium is over—and that’s already causing problems

MIT Technology Review is celebrating our 125th anniversary with an online series that draws lessons for the future from our past coverage of technology.  In the nuclear magnetic resonance facility at Mississippi State University, three powerful magnets make it possible… Continue Reading →

Three years after Spotify’s original announcement that it would launch a higher-quality audio subscription, the company has yet to roll out the feature (Chris Welch/The Verge)

Chris Welch / The Verge: Three years after Spotify’s original announcement that it would launch a higher-quality audio subscription, the company has yet to roll out the feature  —  I was really hoping I wouldn’t have to do this again. … Continue Reading →

The Download: tracking animals, and biotech plants

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How tracking animal movement may save the planet Animals have long been able to offer unique insights about… Continue Reading →

Microsoft President Brad Smith says the company plans to invest $2.1B in Spain in the next two years to expand its AI and cloud infrastructure in the country (Reuters)

Reuters: Microsoft President Brad Smith says the company plans to invest $2.1B in Spain in the next two years to expand its AI and cloud infrastructure in the country  —  U.S. software giant Microsoft (MSFT.O) will expand its artificial intelligence… Continue Reading →

Google stopped notifying publishers of “right to be forgotten” removals, after a Swedish court ruled that informing webmasters is a breach of privacy (Alex Hern/The Guardian)

Alex Hern / The Guardian: Google stopped notifying publishers of “right to be forgotten” removals, after a Swedish court ruled that informing webmasters is a breach of privacy  —  Move after Swedish court rules that informing webmasters about delisted content… Continue Reading →

Roundtables: Building a Cleaner Future: Better Batteries and Their Materials

Recorded on February 15, 2024 Building a Cleaner Future: Better Batteries and Their Materials Speakers: Casey Crownhart, Climate reporter, David Rotman, Editor at large, James Temple, Sr Editor of Climate & Energy Electric vehicles are taking to the roads like… Continue Reading →

OpenAI teases an amazing new generative video model called Sora

OpenAI has built a striking new generative video model called Sora that can take a short text description and turn it into a detailed, high-definition film clip up to a minute long. Based on four sample videos that OpenAI shared… Continue Reading →

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