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Companies around the world hit by brief internet outages

A wave of brief internet outages has hit the websites and apps of dozens of financial institutions, airlines and other companies across the globe. The...

Founder of TikTok’s Chinese owner stepping down as CEO

The founder of TikTok’s Chinese owner has said he will give up his job as CEO to focus on longer-term initiatives. The move comes amid...

German watchdog bans Facebook from processing WhatsApp data

A German privacy regulator has banned Facebook from gathering data on WhatsApp users, citing an update to its privacy policy that breaches stringent European...

Former space shuttle astronaut confirmed as next Nasa administrator

The US Senate has confirmed former Florida senator Bill Nelson, who once flew on the space shuttle, to be the next Nasa administrator. Politicians agreed...

South Korea’s LG to exit loss-making mobile phone business

South Korean electronics maker LG has said it is getting out of its loss-making mobile phone business to focus on electric vehicle components, robotics,...

Semiconductors: The shortage you haven’t heard about

Microchips and semiconductors are major components in many essential devices we use daily. They’re found in mobile phones, washing machines, digital cameras, electric cars...

LG to invest billions in US battery business amid electric cars drive

LG Energy Solution has said it will invest more than 4.5 billion dollars (£3.2 billion) in its US battery production business by 2025 as...

America’s first 3D-printed house goes on sale?

3D-printed houses were figments of our imagination 10 years ago, but now it's going mainstream. Developers estimate they can build new homes in with 3...

TikTok owner ByteDance to pay US privacy settlement

TikTok’s Chinese parent company ByteDance has agreed to pay 92 million dollars (£65.72 million) in a settlement to US users who are part of...

TikTok owner ByteDance to pay US privacy settlement

TikTok’s Chinese parent company ByteDance has agreed to pay 92 million dollars (£65.72 million) in a settlement to US users who are part of...

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