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Girls Who Code book series banned in some US classrooms

Culture wars may have come to gentle tales of tweens enjoying friends, fun, and programming

 
 

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TikTok faces $29m fine for 'failing to protect UK kids' privacy'

We're pulling in billions, let me check down the back of the sofa

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Intel's planned Italian facility now tied up in election politics

Government may foot up to 40% of the bill for a fab that runs on time

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Interpol seeks Do Kwon, man blamed for $40b crypto implosion

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US Department of Energy has $42m to make datacenter cooling more efficient

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City isn't keen on 5,000 erratic, traffic-jam-causing GM robo-cars on its streets

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Oracle extends share options plans, no bumper payday for execs... yet

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AI won't take coders' jobs. Humans still rule for now

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Girls Who Code book series banned in some US classrooms

Culture wars may have come to gentle tales of tweens enjoying friends, fun, and programming

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Darth Vader voice actor James Earl Jones allows AI to take over the role

Ukrainian outfit Respeecher's GAN-based neural audio enhancer embraces The Dark Side

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Linus Torvalds predicts Linux Kernel 6.0 debut next week, dispels fear of delays

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California to phase out gas furnaces, water heaters by 2030

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Missile-launching quadcopter could be headed to Ukraine

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NASA battens down another Artemis launch window as hurricane approaches

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