Microsoft says it plans to buy major games company Activision Blizzard in a deal worth $68.7bn (£50.57bn). Read more
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In an analysis article for the Southern Poverty Law Center, Megan Squire and Michael Edison Hayden note various alleged 'white nationalists' who were early adopters of Bitcoin. Read more
Multiple copycat versions of the hugely popular word game Wordle have been removed from the App Store, Apple has confirmed to BBC News. Read more
Smart-speaker firm Sonos has won a major legal battle against Google over patents it said the firm had infringed. Read more
"Side-eying Chloe" Clem - a young girl who became an internet sensation when a picture of her looking unimpressed went viral - is selling the original image for thousands of dollars at auction. Read more
Lawsuit alleges Chegg misled investors and that the company’s growth was largely attributable to the pandemic and “the facilitation of cheating.” Chegg says the suit is without merit. Read more
Move over Google, TikTok is the world's new most popular online destination. Read more
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently unveiled the Stop the Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees Act, or Stop WOKE Act, to oppose progressive indoctrination in schools, higher education and corporations. Read more
Bosses from the world's two biggest plane makers have called on the US government to delay the rollout of new 5G phone services. Read more
From virtual versions of ourselves to augmented reality, big brands like Meta (formerly Facebook) and Microsoft are creating technology to develop the metaverse. But what actually is it? Read more