Michl Binderbauer, CEO of TAE Technologies

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Google and Chevron are part of a $250 million funding raise announced Tuesday for TAE Technologies, a nuclear fusion startup with an unconventional strategy that has now raised a total of $1.2 billion.

Nuclear fusion is often referred to as the holy grail of clean energy because of its promise of generating nearly unlimited emission-free energy without the equivalent harmful, long-lasting radioactive waste that nuclear fission produces.

Nuclear fission is the process by way conventional nuclear power plants generate energy in which a larger atom is split into two

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The previous year was a somber one for many in the world. Millions of lives were lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, small business owners were forced to shut down or liquidate operations, and social distancing restrictions confined large parts of the world population to their homes for months. In the midst of all the chaos, there

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BEIJING (Reuters) – A senior executive at TikTok owner ByteDance said the company plans to invest “a huge amount” of capital into its newly-established education technology business but warned that the unit will be unlikely to profit in the next three years.

Beijing-based ByteDance has made education technology one of its top priorities alongside short video app TikTok, which is facing scrutiny in Washington over suspicions China could force the company to turn over user data.

Chen Lin, senior vice president at ByteDance, said in an internal speech that the company entered the education technology sector in 2016 via investments

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Google has become the latest US technology giant to invest in Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries’ digital business.

The Alphabet-owned search engine has agreed to pay $4.5bn (£3.6bn) for a 7.7{cb3fe4c54de06d7c4b8dceae281fb32e521027d1659af7adec2f427d2f5333d9} stake in Jio Platforms.

Reliance’s billionaire owner Mukesh Ambani says the two companies will develop phones for 4G and 5G networks.

Google joins a list of new investors in Jio that includes Facebook, Intel and Qualcomm.

“Google has empowered millions of Indians to access helpful information and, like Jio, is a force for change and innovation,” Mr Ambani said in a statement to shareholders.

Google’s chief executive Sundar Pichai said:

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