FTX’s collapse was a crime, not an accident — TSMC to make 4nm chips in Arizona for Apple, AMD, Nvidia — and Apple blocks Coinbase Wallet

 
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FTX’s collapse was a crime, not an accident

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TSMC to make 4nm chips in Arizona for Apple, AMD, Nvidia

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Apple blocks Coinbase Wallet

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Sperm counts worldwide are plummeting faster than we thought

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Lastpass Security Incident
 

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Mozilla, Microsoft yank TrustCor’s root certificate authority

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Human Chess is a chess variant where playing the top engine move is forbidden

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A Vim Guide for Advanced Users

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GIMP Turns 27

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Isometric Pixel Art
 

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Memory Safe Languages in Android 13

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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (December 2022)

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Extism: Make all software programmable with WebAssembly

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Advent of Code 2022 is nigh

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We found critical vulnerabilities in Hive Social
 

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NixOS 22.11 “Raccoon”

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Show HN: Natural Language Processing Demystified

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Comparing Google and ChatGPT

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Surely you’re publishing, Mr. Feynman

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Mozilla moves to distrust the TrustCor CA
 

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