British Tech tycoon guilty of rape and sexual assault
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Fall of the cloud computing king

Technology entrepreneur Lawrence Jones (pictured) once dubbed the cloud computing king has been found guilty of raping two women in the early 1990s and sexually assaulting a third woman a decade ago.

Crypto mining rig found underneath Polish court
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Using $250 worth of electricity a day

Illegal crypto miners showed their distain for the Polish justice system by building a rig in the basement of the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw.

Proton Mail experiments with blockchain
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Check email addresses

Privacy-focused email service Proton Mail is trying out blockchain technology with a product that will allow users to verify email addresses.

Non-profit snaps up 24,000 Nvidia H100 chips
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Ready for AI projects 

A cloudy non-profit, Voltage Park has acquired 24,000 Nvidia H100 chips for $500 million.

Oxide launches "first commercial cloud" computer
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Cloud in your own company 

Oxide, a startup founded by computing experts from Joyent and Dell, launched what it calls the world's first "commercial cloud computer."