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DOJ requests Autopilot, FSD documents from Tesla

The U.S. Department of Justice has asked Tesla for documents related to its branded Full Self-Driving and Autopilot advanced driver-assistance systems, the automaker disclosed...

Our Favorite Figures From 10 Years of Star Wars: The Black Series

Ten years ago, Hasbro announced something akin to a disturbance in the Force—and Star Wars toy fans’ wallets: The Black Series, a brand...

Big changes coming for GDPR enforcement on Big Tech in Europe?

Big Tech take note: In what looks like a meaningful — and long overdue — reforming step, the European Commission has committed to dial...

The Batman Sequel Is Still Happening, and Due in 2025

For those people who loved Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson’s interpretation of the Dark Knight and were worried about how it might fit into...

Max Q: A very Virginia affair

Hello and welcome back to Max Q! In this issue: Rocket Lab enters a new era with Virginia launch SpaceX moves closer to Starship’s first orbital flight...

Twitter Begins Paying Interest on Its Massive Debt

Twitter has made its first interest payment on its more than $12.5 billion in looming debt, according to reports from Bloomberg and the Financial...

EV company Arrival to cut workforce by 50% in third restructuring effort

Arrival is going through another restructuring — this time led by a newly appointed CEO — that will slash its workforce by about 50%...

Defunct Satellite and Rocket Stage Nearly Collide in Potential ‘Worst-Case Scenario’

An old rocket body and military satellite—large pieces of space junk dating back to the Soviet Union—nearly smashed into each other on Friday...
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Sorry, Charles: Australia replacing British monarchy on banknote with Indigenous design

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Unopened first-generation iPhone set to sell for $50,000 at US auction

Unopened first-generation iPhone set to sell for $50,000 at US auctionPhone from 2007 with 2 megapixel camera and 8GB storage had sat on Karen...

Hustle bros are jumping on the AI bandwagon

Artificial IntelligenceThe world of financial influencers promise viewers they can use ChatGPT to make big bucks with no effort. The schemes they suggest are...

Samsung unpacks new devices

Samsung yesterday unveiled the latest in its Galaxy flagship phones, a trio known as the Galaxy S23 series, all available for pre-order now, and...