Internet

NFT market sees first insider trading case in US

US authorities have charged a former manager at a digital exchange platform with fraud and money laundering, in what they said was the first insider trading case involving non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.

Automotive

Exploring the limits of shared autonomous micro-mobility

What will be the impact of shared autonomous micro-mobility systems? Will autonomy make micro-mobility systems even more efficient and attractive? Researchers at the MIT City Science group explore this and many other questions ...

Computer Sciences

How keywords can hack the hiring process

An assistant professor of computer science and engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington has found that job applicants can improve their position, on average, by at least 16 spots on a pool of 100 applicants by ...

Security

'Cyberattack' knocks thousands offline in Europe

Thousands of internet users across Europe have been thrown offline after what sources said Friday was a likely cyberattack at the beginning of Russia's offensive in Ukraine.

Energy & Green Tech

Researchers propose new fix for Texas power vulnerabilities

One year after winter storms crippled Texas's electricity grid, contributing to more than 200 deaths, a Cornell University-led analysis recommends contracting improvements to reduce decentralized energy markets' vulnerability ...

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