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In today's top stories, a fatal Autopilot crash results in felony charges, Instagram quietly tests a paid subscription option and the White House directs the NSA to boost its cyberdefenses.
In today's news, Microsoft spends $68.7 billion to acquire Activision Blizzard, American households can now order four free at-home COVID tests and Apple reclaims top spot in the global smartphone market.
In today's top stories, China will no longer sell tickets to the Beijing Winter Olympics, Amazon will continue to accept UK-issued Visa cards and airlines seek more 5G protections to avoid disruptions.
Startup Jetson is now accepting preorders for its recreational EVTOL, the Jetson One. The vehicle starts at $92,000 and deliveries are expected to begin in 2023.
In today's top stories, Microsoft has identified malware at Ukrainian government agencies, DirecTV is dropping One America News and US Winter Olympians are advised to take burner phones to Beijing.
In this week's top stories, Congress subpoenas top tech companies while investigating the Capitol Hill riot. Plus, the Supreme Court blocks the president's vaccine mandate, and beware of Wordle copycats.
You might be trying to download a restaurant menu, but that quick scan could lead to something more sinister. Here's how to spot and avoid malicious QR codes.
In today's top stories, Twitter is back in Nigeria after being forced offline in the nation for more than six months. Meanwhile, Microsoft is fully focused on the Xbox Series S and X.
Lamborghini is known for its big motors, and this might just be the last of them.
Toyota Research Institute's Gill Pratt explains why batteries, fuel cells and gas tanks will need to live together for a long time.
In today's top stories, Apple gets rid of several Wordle copycats, over 80 fact-checking groups pen an open letter to YouTube and a report says Sony will keep making PS4 consoles due to PS5 shortages.
The latest reports say Samsung's next flagship phone is coming this February and may feature a 108-megapixel rear camera.
In today's news, Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama will vote on unionizing for a second time, Apple will allow third-party app payments in South Korea and the Oscars ceremony gets a host in 2022.
In today's top stories, the game maker behind Grand Theft Auto is acquiring the game maker behind FarmVille. Also, Apple stops selling the Beats Pill Plus speaker, and NASA gets a leadership change with a new chief scientist.
In today's news, it's been 15 years since Steve Jobs first unveiled the iPhone, the James Webb Space Telescope's massive mirror has successfully unfolded, and reports emerge of Apple's first virtual event for 2022.