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Danish Researchers Developed Nanochip That Could Achieve 'Quantum Supremacy'
Specialists from the University of Copenhagen created a chip that could be used to build a future quantum simulator.
Perpetrators of Crowdfunding Fraud Can't Hide From The Law Forever
For years, crowdfunding has been a bit like the Wild West of finance. But as the industry continues to grow, state and federal authorities are catching up to abusers of the system.
Upwork to Charge Freelancers to Bid on Jobs, Further Squeezing Those Who Rely on the 'Gig Economy'
Freelancers will soon have to pay as much as $0.90 for each job they apply for on Upwork, which could impact users who are new to the platform or struggling to make ends meet.
Senate Committee Sets High-Stakes Vote to Advance Kavanaugh After Day of Drama
The vote comes after a historic day of emotional testimony from him and Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who accuses him of sexually assaulting her in high school.
Tesla Says Autopilot Was Engaged in Fatal Model X Crash
The driver's brother told a reporter Autopilot had swerved the SUV toward that barrier before.
Digital Knowledge Manager: 5 Skills You Need to Succeed at the the Newest Marketing Role
DKMs use all the data a company has to determine what data it needs to solve problems and drive strategy.
How to Watch James Comey's Testimony Before Congress Online
Former FBI director James Comey is testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10 a.m. ET Thursday. Here's how to live stream it.
Elon Musk Calls SpaceX Blast a 'Most Difficult, Complex Failure'
A SpaceX-led accident investigation is underway, overseen by the Federal Aviation Administration's Commercial Space Transportation office.
U.S. Opens Investigation After Fatal Crash in Tesla's Autopilot Mode
The accident will add fuel to a debate within the auto industry and in legal circles over the safety of systems that take partial control of steering and braking from drivers.
Tesla Accused of Exploiting Cheap Labor to Make Its Factories
A contractor allegedly took advantage of foreign workers to build Tesla's U.S. facilities.
Lending Club Under Probe by U.S. Justice Dept, Receives Subpoena
Monday's filing indicated that Lending Club had repurchased an additional $3.8 million in loans during the first quarter that did not meet investor criteria.