TECHNOLOGY

US, Britain accuse Russia of cyberattacks targeting Ukraine

WASHINGTON  — The White House blamed Russia on Friday for this week’s cyberattacks targeting Ukraine’s defense ministry and major banks and warned… Read more

SpaceX’s Elon Musk: 1st orbital Starship flight maybe March

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX’s Elon Musk said Thursday that the first orbital flight of his towering Starship — the world’s most powerful rocket ever… Read more

Meta, formerly Facebook, faces historic drop as stock tanks

Meta is putting a lot of virtual eggs — and billions of dollars — into the metaverse basket, and Wall Street is pretty anxious about it.

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In blow to telecoms, California’s net neutrality law upheld

A federal appeals court has upheld California’s net neutrality law, rejecting an attempt by telecommunications industry groups to prevent the state… Read more

China urges US to protect its space station from satellites

BEIJING — China is calling on the United States to protect a Chinese space station and its three-member crew after Beijing complained that satellites… Read more

EU plan to boost gig economy workers is latest blow to apps

LONDON — The European Union unveiled plans to improve conditions for the growing number of gig economy workers that could reclassify some as employees… Read more

To learn about climate quality, scientists turn to drones

Three ocean drones were launched from Rhode Island Thursday and will travel along the Gulf Stream, collecting data in tough winter conditions that… Read more

Instagram CEO to appear before Senate panel

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri will appear before a Senate panel on Wednesday as the company faces scrutiny over the potential detrimental impact its photo-sharing… Read more

HBCU libraries should be built on our case studies, our life sciences...

In our third installment of HBCU Futurist, we connect rising entrepreneur and HUB App founder Jonathan Swindell with cultural treasure, multiple patent… Read more