Consumer & Gadgets

'Urban mines': How to unlock our electronic junk's potential

Instead of developing new mining infrastructures, what if we recovered the metal deposits contained in the electronic objects we no longer use, such as smartphones or computers? There are very good reasons for focusing on ...

Business

Apple set to face near €500 million EU fine in Spotify row

Apple Inc. will face a European Union fine close to €500 million ($539 million) over the regulator's investigation into allegations it silenced music-streaming rivals, including Spotify Technology SA, on its platforms.

Business

Q&A: What is the best route to fair AI systems?

In December, the European Union passed the AI Act, the first major law aiming to regulate technologies that fall under the umbrella of artificial intelligence. The legislation might have arrived sooner, but the sudden success ...

Energy & Green Tech

EU strikes deal on clean tech to compete with China, US

EU states and lawmakers clinched a deal on Tuesday to expand Europe's clean tech production, from solar and wind to carbon capture, as the bloc faces off with China and the United States.

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