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Musk says Tesla investors voting yes for pay deal
Tesla is due to make an official announcement on the result of the vote at a meeting on Thursday.

Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love
A jailbreak version of ChatGPT is becoming popular with women who prefer it to real world dating.

Gaming giant Steam accused of ripping off 14m UK gamers
Legal claim alleges Steam's market dominance means consumers are paying too much for video games.

Elon Musk unexpectedly drops case against OpenAI
The multi-billionaire Tesla boss filed the lawsuit against the ChatGPT developer at the end of February.

College students on life without a smartphone
Ten teenagers swap their smartphones for brick phones as part of a week-long digital detox.

GameStop raises over $2bn after Roaring Kitty rally
The company said it had sold all 75 million shares it had offered to investors.

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  • Apple To 'Pay' OpenAI for ChatGPT Through Distribution, Not Cash

  • Chemical Makers Sue Over Rule To Rid Water of 'Forever Chemicals'

  • Norway Discovers Europe's Largest Deposit of Rare Earth Metals

  • Japan Enacts Law Forcing Third-Party App Stores On Apple and Google

  • Intel Is Trucking a 916,000-Pound 'Super Load' Across Ohio To Its New Fab

  • Stable Diffusion 3 Mangles Human Bodies Due To Nudity Filters

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    The Register News
    ASUS quietly built supercomputers, datacenters and an LLM. Now it's quietly selling them all together

    The plan is a slow build – not a breakout into enterprise tech

    Taiwan's ASUS is best known for its laptops and Wi-Fi kit, but it's quietly building an enterprise tech and cloud business – and slowly introducing it to the world after big successes at home.…



    Japan forces Apple and Google to allow third-party app stores and payments

    DMA-like law passes in pursuit of a more innovative and open smartphone market

    Japan's parliament has passed a law that will require Apple and Google to allow access to third-party app stores and payment providers on devices running their mobile operating systems.…



    VMware revenue plunges $600 million, but Broadcom assures investors growth plan is on track

    Costs cut deeply, with more to come, and forward bookings surge

    VMware's quarterly revenue appears to have fallen by $600 million during its first full quarter of ownership by Broadcom, which revealed strong growth in forward bookings and huge cost cuts at the virtualization giant.…



    SK hynix shimmies towards AI silicon by driving merger of South Korean Nvidia challengers

    Sapeon and Rebellions think they can do better together

    Two South Korean members of the AI Platform Alliance – a group that advocates an open alternative to Nvidia – have proposed a merger to accelerate their work and achieve greater scale, and perhaps give local chipmaker SK hynix a way into the market for AI silicon.…



    Crooks crack customer info at tracking device vendor Tile, issue 'extortion' demands

    Who tracks the trackers?

    Life360, purveyor of "Tile" Bluetooth tracking devices and developer of associated apps, has revealed it is dealing with a "criminal extortion attempt" after unknown miscreants contacted it with an allegation they had customer data in their possession.…



    Google borrows from Android to make ChromeOS better

    Parts of the 'droid tech stack are replacing laptop OS plumbing

    Google's ChromeOS team has begun borrowing from Android's tech stack to innovate faster, to reduce the burden of maintaining multiple operating systems, and to enhance device interoperability in the face of vendor kernel variability, the company says.…



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