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Geek fight! Musk says Zuckerberg naive about killer robots

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    Silicon Valley baron Elon Musk insulted rival billionaire Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, escalating a tech wizard war of words over whether robots will become smart enough to kill their human creators.

    “His understanding of the subject is limited,” Musk said in a tweet about the Facebook founder whose algorithms and other technology

    Guardiola refuses to rule out more signings

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      LOS ANGELES: Manchester City Pep Guardiola has confirmed his club are “still looking” to add to their £200 million summer spending spree, although he refused to comment on the possibility of hijacking Real Madrid’s move for Kylian Mbappe.

      City have been the major shoppers in the transfer market after splashing out a Premier

      US tech company becomes first to offer employees microchip implants

        US tech company becomes first to offer employees microchip implants

        A Wisconsin vending machine company is offering its employees a chance to have a microchip implanted in their hands that they could use to buy snacks, log in to computers or use the copy machine.

        About 50 employees at Three Square Market have agreed to the optional implant of the chips, which are the approximate size and shape of a grain of rice,

        Kaspersky Lab launches free antivirus software globally

          Kaspersky Lab launches free antivirus software globally

          Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab on Tuesday announced it was rolling out a free version of its antivirus software across the globe, a product launch that comes amid mounting suspicion in the United States that the cyber firm is vulnerable to Russian government influence.

          Kaspersky Free was immediately available in the United States, Canada, and several

          LA man accused of smuggling king cobras in potato chip cans

            LA man accused of smuggling king cobras in potato chip cans

            LOS ANGELES: A Los Angeles man was arrested on Tuesday after federal prosecutors said he arranged to smuggle into the United States three live, highly venomous king cobra snakes hidden in potato chip canisters.

            Rodrigo Franco, 34, was charged with illegally importing merchandise into the country in connection with a parcel from Hong Kong that

            Apple ordered to pay $506 million to university in patent dispute

              Apple ordered to pay $506 million to university in patent dispute

              A US judge on Monday ordered Apple Inc to pay $506 million for infringing on a patent owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s patent licensing arm, more than doubling the damages initially imposed on Apple by a jury.

              US District Judge William Conley in Madison added $272 million to a $234 million jury verdict the Wisconsin Alumni

              BMW says electric version of Mini to be built in Oxford ​

                BMW says electric version of Mini to be built in Oxford ​

                BMW on Tuesday said it had chosen its plant in Oxford, England as the location to produce an electric Mini from 2019, confirming an earlier report.

                BMW’s management board, which met on Tuesday, considered several locations for building a zero-emissions version of its compact city car, including Born, the Netherlands and a location in

                Pakistanis distressed as pumps run out of fuel

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                  The All Pakistan Oil Tanker Owners Association announced on Monday they have suspended fuel supply across the country for an indefinite period till their demands are fulfilled by the government.

                  Fear of petrol shortage as oil tankers go on strike

                  Eventually the citizens had to suffer waiting in long queues as the pumps ran dry, so Twitterati took to

                  Adobe to kill Flash by 2020

                    Adobe to kill Flash by 2020

                    SAN FRANCISCO,: Adobe on Tuesday said its Flash software that served up video and online games for decades will be killed off over the next three years.

                    The software giant said in a blog post its software, once considered a standard, was being supplanted by open standards such as HTML5 which have matured and become viable alternatives for

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