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Sam Bankman-Fried must now convince a jury that the former crypto king was not a crook

The trial of Bankman-Fried, the founder of the failed cryptocurrency brokerage FTX, will begin Tuesday with jury selection.

This Roxbury company is getting corporate America buzzing about bees

Best Bees’ SmartHive technology collects data on conditions and activity in hives and uses AI to analyze the health of bee colonies.

Former EV startup darling pays $11 million fine over misleading investors

XL Fleet shut down its electric vehicle conversion business and was acquired by Denver-based Spruce Power last year.

Hollywood writers have won the AI battle. What about the rest of us?

The deal struck earlier this week will protect TV and movie screenwriters from losing their jobs to computers that could use artificial intelligence to generate screenplays. But the AI wars are far from over.

New EV chargers coming to Mass Pike rest stops soon

The state’s Department of Transportation said Thursday it has selected a contractor to remove six non-working fast chargers on the Pike and replace them with new equipment.

Netflix’s DVD-by-mail service bows out as its red-and-white envelopes make their final trip

The fewer than 1 million recipients who still subscribe to the DVD service will be able to keep the final discs that land in their mailboxes.

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Is crypto dead? Critic Molly White doesn’t think so.

With Sam Bankman-Fried’s upcoming trial, the crypto industry is under fire, but it won’t be stopped, says the writer of the “Web3 Is Going Just Great” blog.

Biden administration plans to bring back net neutrality rules

The earlier open internet rules prohibited broadband internet suppliers — telecommunications and cable companies — from blocking or slowing online services.