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22 Jun 12:00pm The truth about gaming disorder, from Fortnite to World of Warcraft
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As the amount of young gamers has risen sharply, so have addiction narratives Gaming disorder may be a newly recognised condition, but disordered gaming is anything but new. In 2010, a Korean couple was
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The engineering sector needs more women | Letters 22 Jun 11:42am The engineering sector needs more women | Letters
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Young women should be inspired to work on some of the world’s most exciting innovations, says
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22 Jun 10:35am Tesla downsizing residential solar business bought for $2.6bn
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Company to close facilities and end Home Depot partnership after buying company founded by Elon Musk’s cousins Electric car maker Tesla is sharply downsizing the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial $2.6bn deal, according to three internal company documents and seven current and former Tesla solar employees. The latest cuts to the division that was once SolarCity – a sales and installation company founded by two cousins of Tesla CEO Elon Musk – include closing about a dozen installation facilities, according to internal company documents, and ending a retail partnership with Home Depot that the current and former employees said generated about half of its sales.
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What is Google doing with AI? Chips with Everything podcast 22 Jun 5:21am What is Google doing with AI? Chips with Everything podcast
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Jordan Erica Webber chats to a panel of artificial intelligence experts about what Sundar Pichai’s seven objectives could mean in practice
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Driver was streaming The Voice when Uber self-driving car crashed, say police 22 Jun 4:32am Driver was streaming The Voice when Uber self-driving car crashed, say police
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Rafaela Vasquez looked up half a second before Arizona crash that killed woman, report says The “safety” driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber that hit and killed a pedestrian was streaming the television show The Voice on her phone at the time of the crash, police have said. The collision that killed Elaine Herzberg, 49, who was crossing the road at night in Tempe, Arizona, was “entirely avoidable”, a police report said, if Rafaela Vasquez had been paying attention.
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