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UK begins investigation into Apple, Google’s mobile browser dominance
Britain’s competition watchdog has launched an in-depth investigation into the market dominance of Apple and Google’s mobile browsers, months after the regulator began consideri...
Stop the killer robots! Musk-backed lobbyists fight to save Europe from bad AI
The Future of Life Institute is warning AI could kill us all, but its ideology is freaking some folks out. A lobby group backed by Elon Musk and associated with a controversial ...
Pope Francis was secretly taped during phone call with cardinal, court hears
Pope Francis was secretly taped during a phone call with one of his cardinals, it emerged during an on-going financial trial at the Vatican on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia launches new economic zone with Apple among its first investors
Saudi Arabia launched its first fully integrated special economic zone with tech-leader Apple among its first investors, Minister of Transport and Logistics Services Saleh al-Ja...
Germany ‘needs better rules’ for citizenship, Scholz says
Interior Ministry is preparing draft legislation to ease the naturalization process.
Who’s going to pay for an ethical chocolate bar?
New EU rules seek to ensure that chocolate is free from deforestation and child labor. Exporters say that can only happen if cocoa farmers earn more money.
France went ‘too far’ in relying on consultants like McKinsey, finance chief admits
‘I think there has indeed been a slip-up,” Le Maire says on France 3.
Fauci on Covid lab leak theory: ‘I have a completely open mind’
He also criticized China's Covid-19 response as “shutdowns without a seeming purpose.”
Rioting in Brussels after Belgium loses World Cup match to Morocco
Tear gas and water cannons used against crowds as Morocco fans celebrate victory.
Middle East Asia-Pacific to account for 58% of global air passengers by 2040: ACI
Air passenger demand is likely to double globally over the next 20 years, with Asia-Pacific and the Middle East accounting for 58 percent of the volume, according to a report by...
European Union energy ministers fail to agree to cap gas prices
European Union ministers met in Brussels on Thursday to debate measures intended to ease the energy crisis but were unable to agree a gas price cap proposed by the bloc's govern...
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