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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes admits to adding Pfizer logo to company reports and hiding the use of third-party devices: Trial week 12 recap

Brittany Hosea-Small/Reuters Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes returned to the stand this week in her criminal fraud trial. She admitted using Pfizer's logo without authorization but said, "I wish I had done it differently." Holmes also said she concealed Theranos' use of third-party devices over trade secret concerns. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes continued testifying in the 12th week of her federal fraud trial this week. Her defense has argued she couldn't have knowingly dup...
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Wednesday: What’s Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about. For this last week: 1. Lavergne-Poitras v. Canada (Attorney General), 2021 FC 1232 [58] The Attorney General concedes that forced medical treatment, including forced vaccination, would engage liberty and security of the person interests under section 7 of the Charter. However, the Attorney General argues that ...
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Rolls-Royce says it has developed the 'world's fastest all-electric aircraft' topping 345.4 mph — check out the Spirit of Innovation

Rolls-Royce Spirit of Innovation all-electric aircraft.Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce says its Spirit of Innovation plane is the "world's fastest all-electric aircraft." The plane's top speed clocked in at 387.4 mph, which is more than 132 mph faster than the old record-holder. Rolls Royce CEO Warren East hopes the advanced technology will contribute to a "jet-zero" industry.  British aircraft manufacturing company Rolls-Royce launched its new "Spirit of Innovation" all-electric plane on S...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, UK, News, Planes, Trends, Features, Ministry Of Defence, Aircraft, Dell, Siemens, Faa, Rolls Royce, Warren East, Royce, Ward


Siemens Expects Supply Chain Problems to Ease After Posting Strong Sales

By John RevillZURICH (Reuters) -Siemens expects supply chain problems that have hindered the industrial revival in the wake of the pandemic to ease...
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Siemens Posts Sales and Orders Beat During Fourth Quarter

By John RevillZURICH (Reuters) - Siemens reported better-than-expected sales and orders during its fourth quarter on Thursday as the engineering...
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13 New Flaws in Siemens Nucleus TCP/IP Stack Impact Safety-Critical Equipment

As many as 13 security vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Nucleus TCP/IP stack, a software library now maintained by Siemens and used in three billion operational technology and IoT devices that could allow for remote code execution, denial-of-service (DoS), and information leak. Collectively called "NUCLEUS:13," successful attacks abusing the flaws can "result in devices going offline [Author: [email protected] (Ravie Lakshmanan)]
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Siemens Prepares Separation of Large Drive Business

BERLIN (Reuters) -Siemens is preparing a separation of its large drive applications (LDA) business, the German engineering and technology company...
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5G Lobbyist Argues It May Be a Long Time Before Autonomous Vehicles Reach Cities

Slashdot reader dkatana shares IoT Times interview with Dr. Johannes Springer, Director General for the 5G Automotive Association, an EU lobbying group pushing for the inclusion of short-range 5G wireless technology in autonomous vehicles for vehicle-to-vehicle communications. Springer describes some of the services already being tested (like in Hamburg, Germany, where even traffic lights can communicate with vehicles for "optimal speed advisories" for avoiding red lights): We have, for instance...
Tags: Europe, Tech, Eu, Siemens, Springer, Continental, Slashdot, Hamburg Germany, 5G Automotive Association, IoT Times, Johannes Springer, European Data Task Force


Germany Unveils First Self-Driving Train

German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and industrial group Siemens on Monday unveiled the world's first automated, driverless train in the city of Hamburg, billing it as more punctual and energy efficient than traditional trains. TechExplore reports: Four such trains will join the northern city's S-Bahn rapid urban rail network and start carrying passengers from December, using the existing rail infrastructure. Other cities like Paris have driverless metros while airports often have automated monor...
Tags: Germany, Tech, Paris, Siemens, Hamburg, Bahn, Deutsche Bahn


Citi Blocked PDVSA Attempt to Pay Siemens, Executive Says at Trial

By Luc CohenNEW YORK (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc blocked an attempt by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA to make debt payments to a Siemens unit, a...
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Porsche and Siemens break ground on historic synthetic fuels plant

The Haru Oni hydrogen and e-fuel production facility, jointly developed by Porsche and Siemens Energy, has broken ground in Chilean Patagonia, just north of Punta Arenas, Chile. The pilot plant is expected to produce the future of nearly-carbon-neutral gasoline, called e-fuel, in the near future. The facility is expected to produce 34,000 gallons of e-fuel in 2022, ramping up to around 14 million gallons in 2024, and an impressive 145 million gallons in 2026. At that scale the companies believe...
Tags: News, Ars Technica, Chile, Porsche, Autos, Siemens, Steiner, Porsche AG, Punta Arenas Chile, Chilean Patagonia, Punta Arenas, Electrolysis, Michael Steiner, Porsche Mobil, Green Hydrogen, Siemens Energy


The Station: Gogoro scoots into a SPAC, a Rivian milestone and Tesla prepares to unleash FSD beta software

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hello readers: Welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B. The future of transportation beat was flooded with news this week as per ushe. There are two stories that I want to highlight here. First up, is that the first Rivian R1T electric pickup truck...
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Rolls-Royce’s all-electric aircraft completes 15-minute maiden voyage

Steve Dent Contributor Steve Dent is an associate editor at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Amazon’s cashierless ‘Just Walk Out’ tech is coming to Whole Foods stores NVIDIA’s latest tech makes AI voices more expressive and realistic Rolls-Royce, best known in aviation for its jet engines, has taken an all-electric airplane on its maiden voyage. The “Spirit of Innovation” completed a 15 minute flight, marking “the beginnin...
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Egypt is building a $4.5 billion high-speed rail line

Through a project led by Siemens, passengers and cargo will soon be able to shoot through the Egyptian desert aboard the country's first high-speed train.
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Egypt Picks Europe Over China: High-Speed Rail To Connect Red Sea and Mediterranean

A consortium led by Germany’s Siemens has been awarded a contract to build a high-speed rail network in the Middle East. The deal is good for Egypt, Germany and Europe – and it shows that the West can still compete against China.
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The Station: Lyft, Uber take action in Texas, Van Moof charges up with capital, an eVTOL SPAC deal gets knocked

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hello readers: Welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B. Before you jump into the transportation news of the week, a bit of TechCrunch company news! Private equity firm Apollo Global Management completed its acquisition of Yahoo (formerly known as V...
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Rebounding Global Economy Helps Fill Order Book at Siemens

Germany's Siemens AG is one of the weather vanes for the global economy and the Munich-based company says things are looking up.
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Novo Nordisk, Siemens Earnings Boost European Stocks at Open

(Reuters) - European stocks hovered near record levels on Thursday as strong earnings from Novo Nordisk and Siemens helped counter weakness in...
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Earnings Lift European Stocks to All-Time Highs Ahead of BoE Decision

By Sruthi Shankar(Reuters) -European stocks hit record highs on Thursday, as strong earnings from Novo Nordisk and Siemens helped outweigh weakness...
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Siemens Raises Profit Guidance Again as Industrial Demand Ramps Up

By John RevillZURICH (Reuters) -German engineering and technology company Siemens raised its profit guidance on Thursday for the third time this...
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Siemens Raises Profit Guidance for Third Time After Beating Forecasts in Latest Quarter

ZURICH (Reuters) - Siemens became the latest industrial firm to report a post-pandemic surge in demand, prompting the German engineering and...
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Siemens to Buy Rail Software Company Sqills in 550 Million Euro Deal

ZURICH (Reuters) - Siemens is buying rail software company Sqills, the German engineering and technology company said on Thursday, its latest...
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What if Highways Were Electric? Germany Is Testing the Idea.

An electrified highway is theoretically the most efficient way to eliminate truck emissions. But the political obstacles are daunting. From a report: Traton is among the backers of the so-called eHighway south of Frankfurt, a group that also includes Siemens and Autobahn GmbH, the government agency that oversees German highways. There are also short segments of electrified road in the states of Schleswig-Holstein and Baden-Wurttemberg. The technology has been tried in Sweden and, in 2017, on a o...
Tags: Sweden, Germany, Tech, Frankfurt, Port Of Los Angeles, Siemens, Schleswig Holstein, Baden Württemberg, Schmieder, Schanz, Autobahn GmbH, Schanz Spedition, Ober Ramstadt, Christine Hemmel, Kerstin Seibert, Hans Adam Schanz


Amtrak riders will soon be traveling on a brand-new type of locomotive that can go 125 miles per hour: Meet the ALC-42 Siemens Chargers

An Amtrak ALC-42 Siemens Chargers. Thomas Pallini/Insider Amtrak has a new locomotive that will be the face of the rail corporation. The ALC-42 Siemens Chargers can reach a top speed of 125 miles per hour while burning less diesel. An $850 million contract was awarded for 75 locomotives to be delivered through 2024. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amtrak last month unveiled the new upgrades to its Superliner and Viewliner fleet that including redesigned seats, enhan...
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3D-printed House of Dust connects a 1967 poem to modern technology

3D-printed houses and other structures are becoming increasingly more common, but none have a creation story quite like The House of Dust, a livable structure in Wiesbaden, Germany that connects 1967 to today through the words of a poem. “The House of Dust” was initially a poem, created in 1967 by Alison Knowles and James Tenney with the aid of a Siemens 4004 computer. Knowles created word lists that describe attributes of houses. The words were then translated into Fortran computer programming...
Tags: Design, US, House, Italy, Siemens, Knowles, Chelsea New York, James Tenney, Wiesbaden Germany, Alison Knowles, Cal Arts Burbank California, WASP World, House of Dust the company, House of Dust, Museum Wiesbaden


UK Government Backs Scheme For Motorway Cables To Power Lorries

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: The government will fund the design of a scheme to install overhead electric cables to power electric lorries on a motorway near Scunthorpe, as part of a series of studies on how to decarbonize road freight. The electric road system -- or e-highway -- study, will draw up plans to install overhead cables on a 20km (12.4 miles) stretch of the M180 near Scunthorpe, in Lincolnshire. If the designs are accepted and building work is funded the tru...
Tags: UK, Sweden, Germany, US, Tech, Siemens, Lincolnshire, Scunthorpe, Department For Transport, Scania, Costain, Motorway Cables To Power Lorries


Slammed for Bribery, Siemens Continued to Ignore Red Flags

Following its $1.6 billion settlement with U.S. and German authorities over foreign bribery charges in 2008, Siemens gained plaudits for creating model systems and tools to prevent bribery.
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Siemens USA's CFO details 3 strategies for C-suite leaders who are shaping the future of finance

Insider Marsha Smith says it's imperative that finance leaders "understand technology enough to work across the organization" as they make collective company decisions. Siemens Marsha Smith, the CFO of Siemens USA, says modernizing financial technologies boosts efficiency. Smith emphasized that the drive to advance digitalization must come from C-suite leaders. The right organizational mindset toward finance modernization is crucial, Smith told Insider. This article is pa...
Tags: Technology, America, Trends, Siemens, Smith, Start, Cfo, Chief Financial Officer, C-Suite, Sharon Goldman, Siemens USA, Edit Series, Dell-broadreach, Innovation C-Suite, BI Interview, Marsha Smith


India’s first woman architect – a tribute to Perin J. Mistri

For many Indian women, the 1930s was a fundamental time, particularly in the political domain with their increasing participation in Independence movements.  The advent of the Art Deco style (then simply known as ‘modern’ or ‘style moderne’) in Bombay[1]  at the same time, ushered in a short-lived but significant era in Mumbai’s architectural and modern history. In 1936, the field of Indian architecture witnessed another landmark event – the professional qualification of the first Indian (and ev...
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As Fears About Climate Grow, Siemens CEO Sees Opportunities

Roland Busch, the CEO of Siemens AG, says his company is well-positioned to help manage the challenges as the world increasingly focuses attention on climate change.
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