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India’s first 3D-printed home may provide a solution to the country’s shortage of affordable housing, using a technology that is quicker, cheaper and more efficient than traditional construction, housing experts said.
A White House plan to rapidly shore up the security of the US power grid will begin with a 100-day sprint, but take years more to transform utilities’ ability to fight off hackers, according to details of a draft version of the plan confirmed by two people.
(Fixes Volkswagen RIC in paragraph 4)
To understand why the US$450bil (RM1.85 trillion) semiconductor industry has lurched into crisis, a helpful place to start is a one-dollar part called a display driver.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is looking into more areas to be included in its Child Online Protection (COP) awareness and educational modules, given that the age of Internet users is getting younger by the days.
Researcher John Kindervag published a paper about a decade ago that argued administrators of sensitive computer networks shouldn’t trust anyone on their networks, regardless of their title.
(Reuters) - The U.S. government is working to help American miners and battery makers expand into Canada, part of a strategy to boost regional production of minerals used to make electric vehicles and counter Chinese competitors.
SAN FRANCISCO/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc is struggling to keep up with demand for its processor chips used in smartphones and gadgets, as a chip shortage that first hit the auto industry spreads across the electronics business, industry sources told Reuters.
This kind of drone could also be used to explore particularly complex or inaccessible zones, such as after an earthquake, for example.
When it comes to getting backing for a startup it is about trust, and that seems to be lacking when it comes to women entrepreneurs, according to Foundos and others.