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The SolarWinds hacking campaign blamed on Russian spies and the “grave threat” it poses to US national security are widely known. A very different – and no less alarming – coordinated series of intrusions also detected in December has gotten considerably less public attention.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Four thousand kilometres from Moscow near the shores of the Angara River, a Russian firm operating a vast data centre run on cheap local hydroelectric power is reaping the rewards of bitcoin's surging prices and plans to double its power output this year.
Californian startup Joby Aviation has been working on an electric aircraft for around 10 years. Now, the firm's ambition is to provide a first fleet of urban flying taxis by 2024, debuting in the US.
The coronavirus crisis has clipped the wings of airline pilots but those who have kept their jobs are doing what they can to stay sharp – using flight simulators when they’re not in the few planes in the air.
HADERA/HAIFA, Israel (Reuters) - The skies above the Israeli town of Hadera were abuzz with delivery drones on Wednesday as national authorities tested a central control room for safely coordinating the small pilotless aircraft with each other as well as with planes and helicopters.
Tesla Inc chief executive officer Elon Musk used an opportunity to speak to an audience in China to strenuously deny the electric carmaker would ever use a vehicle’s technology for spying.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - NASA engineers plan to send a miniature helicopter whirring just above the surface of Mars next month in an interplanetary aviation experiment that, if successful, would mark the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another celestial body.
Hydrogen could become a common and clean fuel source in the future, potentially powering trains, planes, trucks and factories.
In a South Korean rice field, the teenage world drone-racing champion is preparing to defend his title in one of the planet’s fastest and highest-tech sports.
Wisk Aero LLC, a maker of electric-powered aircraft designed for use as flying taxis, claims its technology was stolen by Archer Aviation Inc, a rival startup valued at US$3.8bil (RM15.68bil) in a blank-check deal earlier this year involving United Airlines Holdings Inc and investment banker Ken Moelis.