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Twitter is refusing to pay Google for cloud services. Here’s why it matters, and...

Amid an ongoing cost-cutting effort, Twitter has now refused to pay the bills to renew its multi-year contract with Google Cloud, Platformer has reported. We’ve...

Full electrification of Uber and Lyft vehicles would provide only modest benefits to society

Both Uber and Lyft ride-hailing services have pledged to fully electrify their vehicle fleets by 2030 in the United States.

Two ways ahead: US economy balances on the tightrope of recession

Have you been hearing lots of chatter about the economy and a potential recession? Well, here's the lowdown.

Car thieves are using increasingly sophisticated methods, and most new vehicles are vulnerable

Car theft is on the rise, according to AA Insurance Services. Worryingly, thieves are increasingly using high-tech tools to target weaknesses in the same sensors and computerized systems.

Will AI robots take middle-class jobs?

Our newsfeeds are filled with talk about the rapid rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in software such as ChatGPT and Stable Diffusion, which can...

Can movie reviews really predict box office success? Not necessarily

A recent study reveals that the impact of movie reviews on box office performance is more nuanced than previously thought.

Most super-rich couples have breadwinning husbands and stay-at-home wives

Men are the sole breadwinners in over half of super-rich heterosexual couples—defined as those in the top 1% of households—while the women are not...

Even lawyers don’t like legalese. They prefer plain English too!

Legal documents are notorious for being difficult to understand, causing frustration for anyone who has encountered them. Surprisingly, a recent study from MIT reveals that...

How AI and other technologies are already disrupting the workplace

Artificial intelligence (AI) is often cast as wreaking havoc and destroying jobs in reports about its growing use by companies.

Three things to know about the debt ceiling fight

If no spending agreement is reached, the United States could default on its outstanding loans as early as June 1. If that were to happen, then what?