The Siberian company "misled" government bodies into thinking it was an American firm
Ukraine produced half the world's supply before the Russian invasion
Twitter and SpaceX were reportedly set for review
Why it matters: Multiple undersea cables in the south of France were cut overnight, making Internet access unreliable globally. Engineers fixed one broken link, and investigations are still ongoing. Fingers have been pointed at Russian submarines because of the Ukraine conflict, but investigators have not yet found any evidence supporting this assumption.
You get what you pay for
TL;DR: Sanctions against Russia mean the country now looks to the Chinese gray market for its semiconductor imports, but there's a problem: 40% of them are defective. That marks a 1,900% increase in their failure rate over the last few months.
And is adding a donate option to Starlink
About as fast as modern Ryzen CPUs
Musk says he's only following an ambassador's recommendation to "f**k off"
A hot potato: Elon Musk has been praised for supplying Ukraine with SpaceX Starlink terminals to help in the war against Russia, but the world's richest person has warned that his company can't continue its donations or fund the existing system indefinitely and is asking the Pentagon to start paying for the service.
Musk says he last spoke to Putin 18 months ago
Musk might want to stay away from politics
A hot potato: Elon Musk has waded into another controversy on the platform he once tried to buy. The world's richest man tweeted a proposal on how to end the war between Ukraine and Russia, and it's brought an angry response from the country's president.
In light of "recent developments"
Russia's largest social network has 75 million monthly users
Why it matters: Apple has removed Russia's Facebook competitor, VKontakte, from the App Store globally, a move prompted by new UK sanctions. It's one of several apps from VK, Russia's second-largest internet company, to have been dropped from the store, and the country is demanding an explanation.
Elon Musk says SpaceX can launch satellites faster than Russia can shoot them down
WTF?! SpaceX's Starlink satellite system has, not for the first time, been threatened with destruction by a foreign government. Unsurprisingly, it was Russia that made the veiled threat against Elon Musk's company, which has been a huge asset to Ukraine in its battle against invading Russian forces.
It will be fired at the Russian forces
The restrictions could cost Nvidia up to $400 million
When you buy your military hardware from Wish
DJI says its drones are designed for consumers after Russian general praises their military capabilities
"A true symbol of modern warfare"
5,000 SIM cards and 200 proxy servers were also seized
Most people don't use the Z, anyway
But will Google pay it?
Four companies received modest fines
The US and Poland are the two most popular targets
A good excuse to switch to Linux?