You might want to expect sensible business decisions
Reddit has admitted spending some of its spare cash on Bitcoin, Ether and Polygon, which may not bode well as the company tries to go public.
Vole in the dock
OpenAI and Microsoft's legal woes increased after three more news outlets sued them for nicking their articles and using them to train their chatbot, ChatGPT.
Launching in the second half of the year
As expected, the big star of Samsung's Mobile World Congress 2024 show was the Galaxy Ring. Samsung also released a couple of details including the size and color options, battery life, and the launch date is now confirmed for the second half of the year.
Sues US Patent Office for not confirming its version of reality
Apple has launched a legal attack on the US Patent and Trademark Office for not giving them trademarks for its fake-reality software tools "Reality Composer" and "Reality Converter."
Wasted ten years and millions of quid
Apple has finally given up on its electric car project after ten years of faffing about, changing direction and leadership, and ultimately creating only stories in the Tame Apple Press.
Interested in cathedrals
The FBI and its mates from 10 other countries are telling owners of Ubiquiti EdgeRouters to check their kit for signs they've been hacked and are being used to cover up dodgy operations by Russian state hackers.