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ISEE, which develops tech to turn the most common logistics yard trucks into autonomous vehicles, has raised a $40M Series B led by Founders Fund (Brianna Wessling/The Robot Report)

Brianna Wessling / The Robot Report: ISEE, which develops tech to turn the most common logistics yard trucks into autonomous vehicles, has raised a $40M Series B led by Founders Fund  —  ISEE, the Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of self-driving yard… Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Holmes Sentenced to More Than 11 Years in Prison for Theranos Fraud

A few short years ago, media reports were holding up Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes as the next Steve Jobs, a comparison she clearly invited with her trademark black turtleneck and deep speaking voice. However, the company’s supposedly revolutionary… Continue Reading →

The Download: cattle’s deadly tick-borne disease, and molten salt batteries

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. A new tick-borne disease is killing cattle in the US In the spring of 2021, Cynthia and John… Continue Reading →

Mushroom Skin Could Hold the Key to Biodegradable Printed Circuit Boards

(Photo: Nina Filippova/Wikimedia Commons)Printed circuit boards, or PCBs, serve as the heart of many devices by connecting a network of electrical components together. But despite PCBs’ omnipresence, few of us think about what happens to this internal hardware once it… Continue Reading →

Document: GroupM warns marketers that Twitter is a “high risk” media buy due to recent resignations, Blue check abuse, and possible consent decree noncompliance (Seb Joseph/Digiday)

Seb Joseph / Digiday: Document: GroupM warns marketers that Twitter is a “high risk” media buy due to recent resignations, Blue check abuse, and possible consent decree noncompliance  —  The public boycott of advertising on Twitter is starting to look… Continue Reading →

A book excerpt details how companies like RELX and Thomson Reuters collect and sell user data, exploiting a lack of privacy laws as regulators focus on Big Tech (Sarah Lamdan/Wired)

Sarah Lamdan / Wired: A book excerpt details how companies like RELX and Thomson Reuters collect and sell user data, exploiting a lack of privacy laws as regulators focus on Big Tech  —  Google and Facebook’s privacy violations are common… Continue Reading →

This Week in Space: NASA, NOAA, and Long March 9

NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket with the Orion spacecraft aboard is seen at sunrise atop the mobile launcher at Launch Pad 39B as preparations for launch continue, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA’s… Continue Reading →

Twitter’s potential collapse could wipe out vast records of recent human history

Almost from the time the first tweet was posted in 2006, Twitter has played an important role in world events. The platform has been used to record everything from the Arab Spring to the ongoing war in Ukraine. It’s also… Continue Reading →

A wrongfully terminated Chinese-American scientist was just awarded nearly $2 million in damages

It’s been almost a decade since the Chinese-American hydrologist Sherry Chen’s life was turned upside down by an unfounded accusation of spying, and this week, she finally received something like justice.  Today, Chen’s lawyers announced that the scientist won a… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Mulls Energy-Saving Game Modes With Lower FPS, Resolutions

(Photo: Kamil S/Unsplash)Xbox and PC gamers might soon have the option to reduce their machines’ energy consumption—if they can handle the trade-off, that is. Based on a new Xbox Insider Program survey, Microsoft is eyeballing energy-saving game modes that would… Continue Reading →

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