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Who is Anthony Levandowski, and why is Google suing him?
The engineer made Google a world leader in self-driving cars. Now the company is accusing him of stealing its secrets and taking them to UberUber accused of ‘calculated theft’ of Google’s self-driving car technology The lawsuit filed by Waymo, formerly Google’s self-driving car unit, claiming Uber (...)
[The Guardian]

Uber hires Eric Holder to investigate sexual harassment allegations
Former US attorney general brought in after female engineer claimed company frequently dismissed complaints and protected a repeat offender Uber has hired the former US attorney general Eric Holder to investigate allegations of sexual harassment after an engineer went public with claims that (...)
[The Guardian]

Uber launches 'urgent investigation' into sexual harassment claims
Move comes after former Uber engineer Susan Fowler wrote blog outlining allegations of discrimination and sexism at cab-hailing app company A former Uber engineer has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination, claiming that management repeatedly dismissed her (...)
[The Guardian]

Bill Gates warns tens of millions could be killed by bio-terrorism
Microsoft founder and philanthropist tells Munich security conference genetic engineering could be terrorist weapon A chilling warning that tens of millions of people could be killed by bio-terrorism was delivered at the Munich security conference by the world’s richest man, Bill Gates Gates, (...)
[The Guardian]

The skills shortage pushing Dyson to Asia
UK tech firm Dyson has opened a new $400m research centre in Singapore - partly because of a lack of engineers in Britain
[BBC]

The skills shortage pushing Dyson to Asia
UK tech firm Dyson has opened a new $400m research centre in Singapore - partly because of a lack of engineers in Britain
[BBC News]

Uber hires 'flying car engineer' from Nasa
An ex-Nasa engineer is Uber's latest hire as it explores the possibilities of flying cars.
[BBC News]

Uber hires 'flying car engineer' from Nasa
An ex-Nasa engineer is Uber's latest hire as it explores the possibilities of flying cars.
[BBC]

Engineers harness stomach acid to power tiny sensors
Researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women's Hospital have designed and demonstrated a small voltaic cell that is sustained by the acidic fluids in the stomach. The system can generate enough power to run small sensors or drug delivery devices that can reside in the gastrointestinal tract for (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

£1m Queen Elizabeth Prize: Digital camera tech lauded
The inventors of digital camera technology win the highest international prize for engineering.
[BBC]

£1m Queen Elizabeth Prize: Digital camera tech lauded
The inventors of digital camera technology win the highest international prize for engineering.
[BBC News]

Two held for 'hacking' into Italy ex-PM Renzi emails
Italy arrests a nuclear engineer and his sister on suspicion of hacking into emails of top politicians.
[BBC]

Two held for 'hacking' into Italy ex-PM Renzi emails
Italy arrests a nuclear engineer and his sister on suspicion of hacking into emails of top politicians.
[BBC News]

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