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In Q2, Nvidia proved to be the biggest winner in the generative AI boom

Nvidia’s second-quarter earnings, released Wednesday after markets closed, show that selling generative AI boom picks and shovels can be lucrative. A new computing era has begun. Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang said companies worldwide are moving from general-purpose to accelerated computing and generative AI. Huang is right. Nvidia dominates …

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First spacecraft reconnaissance mission for True Anomaly approved by regulators

True Anomaly, a defense-focused space technology startup, received regulatory permits to demonstrate imaging and rendezvous on-orbit for the first time. The NOAA and FCC authorizations allow the company to perform non-Earth imaging and demonstrate in-space rendezvous proximity operations. In a mission early next year, True Anomaly will use two Jackals …

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The US launches its long-awaited IoT security labeling program, Cyber Trust Mark

The Biden administration launched its long-awaited Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity labeling program to protect Americans from internet-connected device security risks. The “U.S. Cyber Trust Mark” helps Americans buy internet-connected devices with strong cyberattack protections. Fitness trackers, routers, baby monitors, and smart refrigerators make up the Internet of Things, a …

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Virgin Galactic’s first commercial flight takes passengers and payloads to space

Update: The vessel landed safely after a successful launch. Updated headline and images; original story follows. .@VirginGalactic has completed its inaugural commercial spaceflight from Spaceport America, carrying 13 research payloads and 3 crew from the Italian Air Force & the National Research Council of Italy to space. Ben fatto #Galactic01 https://t.co/7Yh56FGpIU …

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Speakeasy automates API creation and distribution with AI

Creating and documenting APIs takes time, but most developers want to help other companies connect to their services. Early-stage startup Speakeasy wants to automate that. The company exited stealth today with a $7.6 million seed investment. As a developer, Speakeasy co-founder and CEO Sagar Batchu sees his startup as an …

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