Brash tech lobby drives social media battles to Supreme Court

After California passed a law forcing digital platforms to adopt privacy guardrails and safety standards for young users, Carl Szabo had a blunt warning for legislators attending the nation's biggest conference for state ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

TSMC diversifies out of hotspot Taiwan with new Japan plant

Surrounded by fields of carrots and cabbages, workers are putting the finishing touches to a factory opening on Saturday that is a milestone for both US ally Japan and Taiwanese chip giant TSMC.

Computer Sciences

Quantum annealers and the future of prime factorization

Researchers at the University of Trento, Italy, have developed a novel approach for prime factorization via quantum annealing, leveraging a compact modular encoding paradigm and enabling the factorization of large numbers ...

Energy & Green Tech

New 'water batteries' stay cool under pressure

A global team of researchers and industry collaborators led by RMIT University has invented recyclable 'water batteries' that won't catch fire or explode.

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