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Meta Employees, Security Guards Fired for Hijacking User Accounts
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Meta Employees, Security Guards Fired for Hijacking User Accounts

Some workers allegedly accepted thousands of dollars in bribes.

Green Lab Initiatives Take Root Around the World
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Green Lab Initiatives Take Root Around the World

Scientists, students, and administrative staff are working to bring about a cultural shift to mitigate the impact of research on the environment.

Electric Truck Stops Will Need as Much Power as a Small Town
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Electric Truck Stops Will Need as Much Power as a Small Town

The real challenge is how quickly high-speed chargers will need to deliver electricity at a single place and time.

Twitter, Meta Push Tech Job-Cut Pace Near Early-Pandemic Levels
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Twitter, Meta Push Tech Job-Cut Pace Near Early-Pandemic Levels

Major technology companies have announced hiring pauses or job reductions amid tepid consumer spending, mounting inflation, and a strengthened dollar undermining...

AI Diversity Scoring System Could Help Root Out Algorithmic Bias
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AI Diversity Scoring System Could Help Root Out Algorithmic Bias

Princeton University's Adji Bousso Dieng and Dan Friedman have developed a diversity score for artificial intelligence to help detect bias.

Simple Interventions Can Curb Cheating in CS Courses
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Simple Interventions Can Curb Cheating in CS Courses

A new study evaluates how six simple interventions, including quizzing students on academic honesty, appear to have reduced cheating in a computer science course...

Australia Unveils Joint Cyber Police Taskforce to 'Hunt Down' Hackers
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Australia Unveils Joint Cyber Police Taskforce to 'Hunt Down' Hackers

Minister for Home Affairs Clare O'Neil said around 100 officers of the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Signals Directorate would participate in the...

Terabit/s Optical Data Link Demonstrated for Satellites
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Terabit/s Optical Data Link Demonstrated for Satellites

An optical data link was demonstrated over 10km  (more than six miles) of open air in a field experiment in the Netherlands.

Google Agrees to $391.5 Million Privacy Settlement With 40 States
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Google Agrees to $391.5 Million Privacy Settlement With 40 States

The company will change its location tracking disclosures in 2023.

Chip Delivery Times Shrank Rapidly in October as Supply Crunch Subsides
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Chip Delivery Times Shrank Rapidly in October as Supply Crunch Subsides

All major product areas are now available more quickly than they were.

Amazon Launches Warehouse Robot That Can Do Human Jobs
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Amazon Launches Warehouse Robot That Can Do Human Jobs

Amazon has rolled out a new warehouse robot in order to automate more jobs as the company seeks to reduce logistics costs.

Chip Production Lead Times Shrink As Cyclical Downturn Takes Shape
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Chip Production Lead Times Shrink As Cyclical Downturn Takes Shape

Semiconductor lead times are now 1.5 weeks below the record highs set in May.

CISA Warns of Critical Vulnerabilities in Industrial Control System Software
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CISA Warns of Critical Vulnerabilities in Industrial Control System Software

Industrial Control Systems advisories from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency focus on vulnerabilities in software from ETIC Telecom, Nokia...

Hacker Shaking Up the Tech Industry, One Hackathon at a Time
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Hacker Shaking Up the Tech Industry, One Hackathon at a Time

Awofisayo is pushing to give women and non-binary students space in the tech industry because of the diversity needed.

Binance Pulls Out of Deal to Acquire Rival Crypto Exchange FTX
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Binance Pulls Out of Deal to Acquire Rival Crypto Exchange FTX

The rapid collapse of FTX, built by the billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried, suggests that no company in the freewheeling, loosely regulated crypto industry is safe. ...

IBM's Latest Quantum Computing Processor Triples the Qubits of its Predecessor
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IBM's Latest Quantum Computing Processor Triples the Qubits of its Predecessor

It's a step closer to the goal of having a 4,000-plus qubit system by 2025.

Technology to Reduce Potholes
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Technology to Reduce Potholes

A team of researchers has developed a machine learning method for the real-time assessment of road base compaction quality.

LLNL's SUNDIALS Team Awarded SIAM/ACM Prize
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LLNL's SUNDIALS Team Awarded SIAM/ACM Prize

A team of researchers at the U.S Department of Energy's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will receive the 2023 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and...

OpenSSL Patches High Vulnerabilities
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OpenSSL Patches High Vulnerabilities

OpenSSL encryption library developer Open SSL Project issued a patch to correct two high-severity vulnerabilities that could enable remote code execution or website...

DOJ Seized Billions in Bitcoin Stolen from Silk Road Darknet Marketplace
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DOJ Seized Billions in Bitcoin Stolen from Silk Road Darknet Marketplace

The Justice Department called the seizure the largest involving cryptocurrency in its history and the second-largest financial seizure ever.
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