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Elon Musk Found Not Liable in Trial Over Tweets Proposing to Take Tesla Private

Jury finds investors failed to prove their claims against the CEO or the electric-car company

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How Apple Has So Far Avoided Layoffs: Lean Hiring, No Free Lunches

The iPhone maker’s workforce grew 20% in the past three years, a far slower pace than rivals

Google Docs Is More Popular Than Microsoft Word. But ChatGPT Could Change That.

Experts say ChatGPT could be a game-changer for Microsoft, as CEO Satya Nadella announces plans to roll out the technology across all of the company’s products.

Google Parent Alphabet to Cut 12,000 Jobs

The company's largest-ever round of layoffs follows a wave of reductions at other technology companies in recent months, including Microsoft, Amazon and Meta.

Apple Resurrects the Full-Size HomePod With a $299 Price Tag

The speaker has room-sensing technology and sensors that listen for smoke and carbon-monoxide alarms.

Microsoft to Lay Off 10,000 Workers as It Looks to Trim Costs

The job cuts, which amount to less than 5 percent of the company’s work force, are its largest in roughly eight years.

Apple announces new Mac mini, MacBook Pro with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips

KEY POINTS

  • Apple announced new Macs that can be purchased with either M2 Pro or M2 Max chips, the most powerful Apple processors for its MacBook Pros yet.
  • The company unveiled refreshes to its 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro laptops, both of which can now be configured with the latest processors.
  • Apple also announced an update to its Mac Mini computer with support for M2 or M2 Pro chips.

Apple Maps is getting a big update. Here’s what it looks like

The move will encourage Apple Maps users to seek more than just directions by offering new information and photos about business locations.

​Musk drops major Twitter bombshell ​

Elon Musk has announced a huge change is coming to Twitter next month, with many users claiming it will ruin the social media platform.

Amazon to cut 18,000 jobs as tech layoffs grow

The tech giant said it would tell some employees affected by the cuts beginning Jan. 18, while Salesforce announced Wednesday it will cut 10 percent of its workforce

Amazon CEO says job cuts to exceed 18,000 roles

The company began letting staff go in November from its devices division, with a source telling Reuters at the time it was targeting around 10,000 cuts.

U.S. House blocks TikTok on official devices ahead of government ban

A separate bipartisan bill that was introduced in Congress on Dec. 13 would ban the TikTok app for everyone in the United States. (Dado Ruvic/Reuters)

​400 million Twitter users’ details ‘hacked’ ​

The data of 400 million Twitter accounts could potentially be at risk after a cyber criminal tried to sell the information over Telegram.

TikTok Security Dilemma Revives Push for U.S. Control

Some Biden administration officials think TikTok will remain security risk as long as it is owned by Chinese company

Meta settles Cambridge Analytica scandal case for $725m

Facebook owner Meta has agreed to pay $725m (£600m) to settle legal action over a data breach linked to political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.

Twitter restores suicide-prevention hotline feature after outcry

Top official confirms feature was removed but only temporarily, following Reuters report that prompted criticism of Elon Musk

TikTok’s parent company fires four workers for improper access of user data

ByteDance said four employees were fired for examining data of two journalists in attempt to find leak source

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