Micro molten salt reactor can fit on a truck, power 1k homes. When it's built [Thu Oct 6 2022]

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American software biz CEO arrested for allegedly storing election data in China

LA DA ain't happy about handling of poll workers' info

Microsoft drops the C bomb on financial services – 'compliance'

Windows giant know exactly how to get these types fired up

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MIT boffins cram ML training into microcontroller memory

Neat algorithmic trick squeezing into 256KB of RAM, barely enough for inference let alone teaching

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Er, Musk's trial hasn't stopped, no matter what he told Twitter, says judge

Get ready for that deposition tomorrow, Elon

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China may prove Arm wrong about RISC-V's role in the datacenter

Cloud and equipment makers also keen to escape Softbank's licensing boot

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IT management giant DXC confirms takeover interest

No formal offer yet received, Baring Private Equity Asia linked with ailing IT services house

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Hot DRAM, Micron promises $100b for 'largest chip fab in US history'

Memory maker says plant will help to boost memory production in America

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Arm job cuts hit UK harder than global rationalization

Anyone remember SoftBank's pledge to double headcount in Britain?

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India's IT services sector wants workers back in offices – but not all the new hires

Industry insists it needs new blood, yet offers are being rescinded, pay rises delayed, and workers are furious

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Boss of Chinese memory maker Yangtze departs for no obvious reason

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Former Uber CSO convicted of covering up massive 2016 data theft

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NetWalker ransomware scumbag jailed for 20 years

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Cyber-snoops broke into US military contractor, stole data, hid for months

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Modified version of Tor Browser spies on Chinese users

Patiently gathers data that can be used to identify the victims, says Kaspersky

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DoJ ‘very disappointed’ with probation sentence for Capital One hacker Paige Thompson

‘This is not what justice looks like’ says official on sanction for leak of 100 million records

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No Shangri-La for you: Top hotel chain confirms data leak

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SUSE wheels out first public prototype of its server Linux distro, asks for feedback

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Linux 6.1: Rust to hit mainline kernel

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IceWM reaches version 3 after a mere 25 years

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VideoLAN to India: If you love FOSS so much, why have you blocked our downloads?

Activists help pen letter to New Delhi demanding answers

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Micro molten salt reactor can fit on a truck, power 1k homes. When it's built

Small, safer vessels could be 'silicon chip' that ushers in new nuclear age

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Boffins hunt and kill cockroaches with machine vision laser

Oh the hijinks of academia

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Charge a future EV in less than five minutes – using literally cool NASA tech

Well, yeah, when the batteries and power supplies can handle it, too

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UK politico proposes site for prototype nuclear fusion plant

British minister famed for love of imperial measures picks a spot in center of industrial decline

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Waxworm's spit shows promise in puncturing plastic pollution

Scientists believe moth larvae saliva can oxidize, degrade polyethylene

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Physics Nobel Prize in a superposition between three quantum physicists

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