FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Pleads Not Guilty in New York
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried pleaded not guilty in Manhattan federal court Tuesday to charges that he cheated investors and looted customer deposits on his cryptocurrency trading platform.
Musk Reinstates Suspended Journalists After Twitter Poll
Twitter users voted in a poll posted by Musk to reinstate the accounts, which were cut off without warning.
Journalist Suspensions Widen Rift Between Elon Musk's Twitter and Media
Twitter has not explained why the accounts were taken down. Musk accused journalists of sharing private information about his whereabouts, which he described as “basically assassination coordinates.” He provided no evidence for that claim.
Elon Musk Reportedly Planning to Cut 75% of Twitter's Workforce
Elon Musk plans to lay off most of Twitter’s workforce if and when he becomes owner of the social media company.
Steve Jobs' Apple-1 Computer Prototype Auctioned for Nearly $700K
An authenticated Apple-1 Computer prototype from the mid-1970s has sold at auction for nearly $700,000.
One-On-One With Former Senator Mel Martinez
NBC 6’s Jackie Nespral spoke former Senator and now executive board member at JP Morgan Chase, Mel Martinez about the future of tech in Miami and how we can reach the most vulnerable.
Former Apple Employee Charged With Defrauding $10 Million
A former Apple employee has been charged with defrauding the tech giant out of more than $10 million by taking kickbacks, stealing equipment and laundering money.
Broward Students Win Robotics Competition, Move On To Nationals
Hundreds of local and international students came together for the 2022 South Florida FIRST Robotics competition and a team of local students won the competition after the event was postponed for the past two years due to Covid-19. After two days of competition, the Mighty Mechanical Mustangs(M3), composed of students from McArthur High School in Hollywood, won alongside teams from Riviera...
California Accuses Tesla of Alleged Discrimination at Plant
California regulators have sued electric car maker Tesla Inc. They allege the company has been discriminating against Black employees who have been likened to monkeys and slaves at the San Francisco Bay Area factory where most of its vehicles are made