Ford decides to keep AM radio on 2024 models, will restore AM on two electric vehicles from 2023

DETROIT (AP) - Owners of new Ford vehicles will be able to tune in to AM radio in their cars, trucks and SUVs after all.

Meta sells Giphy for $53M to Shutterstock after UK blocked GIF platform purchase

WASHINGTON (AP) - Shutterstock said Tuesday it's buying Giphy from Meta Platforms for $53 million, the final step to unwind the deal blocked by British regulators, who prevented the Facebook owner from purchasing the GIF-sharing platform over competition concerns.

China presses Dutch minister for access to chipmaking tech blocked on security grounds

BEIJING (AP) - China's foreign minister pressed his Dutch counterpart Tuesday for access to advanced chipmaking technology that has been blocked on security grounds and warned against allowing what he said were unfounded fears of Beijing to spoil relations.

Netflix Earns Netflix says it picked up 2.4 million subscribers during the July-September period.
Netflix to charge $8 month extra for viewers living outside US households

Netflix on Tuesday outlined how it intends to crack down on the rampant sharing of account passwords in the U.S., its latest bid to reel in more subscribers to its video streaming service amid a slowdown in growth.

White House unveils new efforts to guide federal research of AI

WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House on Tuesday announced new efforts to guide federally backed research on artificial intelligence as the Biden administration looks to get a firmer grip on understanding the risks and opportunities of the rapidly evolving technology.

China tells tech manufacturers to stop using Micron chips

BEIJING (AP) - Stepping up a feud with Washington over technology and security, China’s government on Sunday told users of computer equipment deemed sensitive to stop buying products from the biggest U.S. memory chipmaker, Micron Technology Inc.

San Francisco officials are investigating if Elon Musk's "Twitter Hotel" plan broke laws

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - San Francisco officials are investigating Twitter after six former employees allege that owner Elon Musk’s leadership team broke laws in turning the company’s headquarters into a "Twitter Hotel" for workers being pushed to stay up late to transform the social media platform.