Theranos-Fraud-Holmes-Prison Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes will spend 11 years in jail for overseeing a blood-testing hoax.
Elizabeth Holmes enters prison for blood-testing hoax

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has started her 11-year jail sentence for defrauding investors

China 'clean-up' deletes 1.4 million social media posts

Some 1.4 million social media posts have been deleted in China as part of the latest “rectification” campaign overseen by the country’s cyberspace regulator.

Twitter Twitter appears to have withdrawn from an EU agreement to fight online disinformation.
Twitter abandons EU pact against disinformation

European Commissioner Thierry Breton says Twitter has pulled out of a code of practice for social media platforms to fight false information.

As Elizabeth Holmes heads to prison for fraud, questions remain about her motives

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - As Elizabeth Holmes prepares to report to prison next week, the criminal case that laid bare the blood-testing scam at the heart of her Theranos startup is entering its final phase.

Nvidia stuns markets and signals how artificial intelligence will reshape technology sector

WASHINGTON (AP) - Shares of Nvidia, already one of the world’s most valuable companies, skyrocketed Thursday after the chipmaker forecast a huge jump in revenue, signaling how vastly the broadening use of artificial intelligence could reshape the tech sector.

Brain implant company says it has US approval

Elon Musk's brain implant company Neuralink says it’s gotten permission from U.S. regulators to begin testing its device in people.

Twitter's launch of DeSantis' presidential bid underscores platform's rightward shift

NEW YORK (AP) - Two years ago, signing a bill intended to punish Twitter and other major social media companies, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis blasted the platforms as “suppressing ideas" during the COVID-19 pandemic and silencing conservative voices.