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Musk Says He Wants Twitter Again and Will Pay $44B Price

Musk Says He Wants Twitter Again and Will Pay $44B Price

Elon Musk wants Twitter again — and Twitter is game. The billionaire Tesla CEO has proposed to buy the company at the originally agreed-on price of $44 billion, bringing the tumultuous, monthslong saga another step closer to a conclusion.

EU Approves Phone Charger Reform, Forcing Apple to Adapt

EU Approves Phone Charger Reform, Forcing Apple to Adapt

The European Parliament approved new rules on Tuesday that will introduce in the European Union a single charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras by 2024, a world first that is expected to affect iPhone maker Apple more than its rivals. The vote confirms an earlier agreement among EU

Want Fries with That? Robot Makes French Fries Faster, Better than Humans Do

Fast-food French fries and onion rings are going high-tech, thanks to a company in Southern California. Miso Robotics Inc in Pasadena has started rolling out its Flippy 2 robot, which automates the process of deep frying potatoes, onions and other foods.

Tracing Uncertainty: Google Harnesses Quantum Mechanics at California Lab

Tracing Uncertainty: Google Harnesses Quantum Mechanics at California Lab

Outside, balmy September sunshine warms an idyllic coast, as California basks in yet another perfect day. Inside, it's minus 460 Fahrenheit (-273 Celsius) in some spots, pockets of cold that bristle with the impossible physics of quantum mechanics -- a science in which things can simultaneously e

Gamers to Bid Farewell to FIFA Franchise after 30 Years

Gamers to Bid Farewell to FIFA Franchise after 30 Years

One of the biggest franchises in video game history is coming to an end on Friday with the release of FIFA 23, the final installment of a football game that has entranced millions of fans for the past three decades. US game maker Electronic Arts (EA) and global football body FIFA spent months neg

Five Things to Know about the UN Telecoms Agency

Five Things to Know about the UN Telecoms Agency

The UN's telecoms agency, which chooses either an American or a Russian as its new chief on Thursday, plays a key role in the rules governing radio frequencies, satellites and 5G. The International Telecommunication Union is holding its quadrennial main conference until October 14 in Bucharest, w

Saudi Arabia Launches Unified Electronic Platform to Facilitate Visitor Procedures at Two Holy Mosques

Saudi Arabia Launches Unified Electronic Platform to Facilitate Visitor Procedures at Two Holy Mosques

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah launched on Monday a unified government platform, "nusuk.sa", that will serve the new Saudi gateway to Makkah and Madinah, reported the Saudi Press Agency.

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