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BitMEX's former CEO Arthur Hayes is proposing to surrender himself to the US authorities, over accusations that the crypto exchange failed to devise an adequate anti-money laundering programme.
(Reuters) - Minnesota-based Polar Semiconductor makes chips for automakers and is booked beyond capacity. But expanding production lines to help solve a chip shortage that is shutting down car factories around the world is not feasible - in part due to the scarcity of older-style chipmaking machinery.
(Reuters) - The U.S. government has been slow to approve licenses for American companies like Lam Research and Applied Materials to sell chipmaking equipment to China semiconductor giant SMIC, even as a global shortage has supercharged chip demand, several sources said.
(Reuters) - The U.S. government has been slow to approve licenses for American companies like Lam Research and Applied Materials to sell chipmaking equipment to China semiconductor giant SMIC, several sources said, as the impact from global shortage spreads.
One of the best-known modern technologies owes its name and logo to a Viking-era king with a bad tooth: a quarter century ago, two engineers hatched the idea for the moniker “Bluetooth” over beers.
The 29-year-old founder of a crypto firm duped investors with celebrity endorsements and other false claims.
Though SpaceX has had a rough run of exploding rockets recently, experts in the field say the unmanned rockets' tests are flying in the right direction.
China called on its technology giants to share key data, dealing a further blow to the companies already reeling from heightened antitrust scrutiny.
(Reuters) - A group of U.S. lawmakers visited an Amazon facility in Alabama on Friday to lend support to a growing push to unionize its workers, in what labor leaders and lawmakers called one of the most important union elections in United States history.