Technology

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Activision Blizzard scandal a ‘watershed moment’ for women in the gaming industry
California’s legal action could mark step towards fixing culture of harassment, experts say

Kari Paul

08, Aug, 2021 @10:00 AM

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Secret buyer nabs Microsoft grandee’s superyacht for £200m
For £1m a week you can rent 126-metre ship built for Paul Allen, which has eight decks, two helicopters, two subs and a recording studio

Rupert Neate Wealth correspondent

06, Aug, 2021 @3:00 PM

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Uber drivers in Sydney’s Covid hotspots being offered jobs that breach restrictions
App does not distinguish between trips inside and outside restricted areas, forcing drivers to either give up work or break rules

Naaman Zhou

06, Aug, 2021 @4:44 AM

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Heavy spending on driver incentives pushes Uber to bigger-than-forecast loss
Revenues double as demand for rides increases, but ride-hailing company has to spend more

Kari Paul

05, Aug, 2021 @10:53 AM

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TechScape: Why ‘hacker summer camp’ and pandemics don’t mix
Up for discussion in the Guardian tech newsletter: DEF CON hit by Covid concerns … Zuckerberg enters the Metaverse … and the impact of Final Fantasy VII

Alex Hern

04, Aug, 2021 @10:56 AM

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Sony profits soar as it benefits from home entertainment boom
Semiconductor shortage means production volumes of PlayStation 5 fall short of demand

Jillian Ambrose

04, Aug, 2021 @10:49 AM

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Amazon warehouse workers could get second vote on forming union
National Labor Relations Board official finds company’s anti-union tactics tainted election

Kari Paul and agencies

03, Aug, 2021 @1:37 AM

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Bob Hamilton obituary
Other lives: Computer programmer who worked in the 1960s on the Saturn rocket project for Nasa

Sally Hamilton

02, Aug, 2021 @4:54 PM

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Why right to repair matters – according to a farmer, a medical worker, a computer store owner
Biden’s recent executive order makes taking action on the strict rules imposed by manufacturers a priority, affecting workers across several industries

Kari Paul

02, Aug, 2021 @10:00 AM

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‘It’s feasible to start a war’: how dangerous are ransomware hackers?
Secretive gangs are hacking the computers of governments, firms, even hospitals, and demanding huge sums. But if we pay these ransoms, are we creating a ticking time bomb?

Sirin Kale

01, Aug, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Big tech’s big week raises fears of ‘Blade Runner future’ of mega-company rule
Amazon, Google, Apple and Microsoft all reported record-breaking profits but recent Biden administration moves suggest US tech’s easy ride is over

Dominic Rushe in New York

01, Aug, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Out of control and rising: why bitcoin has Nigeria’s government in a panic
As leaders around the world grapple with cryptocurrencies, what happened when the African country tried to ban them?

Emmanuel Akinwotu in Lagos

31, Jul, 2021 @3:00 PM

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