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  • Repairing your iPhone habit saves carbon (and cash)
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 27. mai 2022 at 22:04

    Many believe that products should last longer — which means if it’s broken, it should be repairable, or if the user wants to prolong the item’s life, it should be upgradeable. That is only possible if a product is designed for repair and support is in place for repairers of all kinds. That is exactly... Read more » The post Repairing your iPhone habit saves carbon (and cash) appeared first on TechHQ.

  • UK is probing Google’s online ad tech stack dominance, again
    by Joe Devanesan on 27. mai 2022 at 13:10

    Britain on Thursday launched a second regulatory investigation into US tech giant Google’s dominance in online advertising technology, also known as ad tech. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) watchdog said in a statement that it will examine the group’s services that facilitate the sale of online advertising space between publishers and advertisers. The CMA will... Read more » The post UK is probing Google’s online ad tech stack dominance, again appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Broadcom’s VMware buyout shows tech biz can grow by acquisition
    by Joe Devanesan on 27. mai 2022 at 09:11

    Broadcom yesterday officially disclosed a blockbuster US$61-billion deal to purchase cloud computing firm VMware in a giant tech transaction that expands the chipmaker’s software offerings. The cash and stock deal — one of the biggest tech mergers ever — will merge chipmaker Broadcom’s software assets into those of VMware, a leader in cloud computing and virtualization technology. The... Read more » The post Broadcom’s VMware buyout shows tech biz can grow by acquisition appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Cost, climate efficiencies can keep air, land & rail fleets trucking along
    by Joe Devanesan on 26. mai 2022 at 22:50

    The logistical and supply chain shortfalls precipitated by the lockdowns and other subsequent aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic have had disastrous dual impacts on fleets and transport management of all sorts. Even as the health crisis has fueled online purchases and thus led to a big rise in demand for e-commerce warehousing and fulfillment, it... Read more » The post Cost, climate efficiencies can keep air, land & rail fleets trucking along appeared first on TechHQ.

  • The Twin Woes of Inflation and Fuel Costs Can be Beaten With Tech
    by Verizon Connect on 26. mai 2022 at 07:58

    The huge rise in orders placed via e-commerce sites for delivery in the UK during lockdowns has led to a big rise in demand for logistics of all types, from wholesale distribution to last-mile courier deliveries to consumers. Conversely, the economic situation in general for the UK and Europe is not looking good for the... Read more » The post The Twin Woes of Inflation and Fuel Costs Can be Beaten With Tech appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Versteckte Einsparungpotenziale durch die neueste Flottenmanagement-Technologie
    by Verizon Connect on 26. mai 2022 at 07:58

    Wenn ein Logistikunternehmen expandiert und mehr Aufträge annimmt, ist es schwierig, effizient zu arbeiten und die Kosten niedrig zu halten. Natürlich steigen mit zunehmender Kapazität auch die Kosten, aber sie sollten mit dem Umsatzwachstum im Einklang stehen. Organisches Wachstum verläuft jedoch selten geradlinig, und die Implementierung neuer Geschäftsprozesse und Technologien zur Unterstützung des Wachstums kann... Read more » The post Versteckte Einsparungpotenziale durch die neueste Flottenmanagement-Technologie appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Twitter fined US$150m for failing to protect users’ privacy in a span of 6 years
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 26. mai 2022 at 06:00

    Between May 2013 to September 2019, Twitter deceived users on privacy matters, claiming that it was collecting their phone numbers and email addresses for purposes of account security. What it failed to disclose is that it would also use the information to enable companies to send targeted online ads to users on the platform. Twitter... Read more » The post Twitter fined US$150m for failing to protect users’ privacy in a span of 6 years appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Careers in Data Science: retrain, reskill, re-energize
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 25. mai 2022 at 17:51

    Finding experienced data science professionals can be…challenging. Perhaps training employees with some aptitude in the necessary skills could fill the skills gap. It is pretty safe to say that we are living in an age where data is vital to almost every type of business. Having to produce actionable insights for organizations is only made... Read more » The post Careers in Data Science: retrain, reskill, re-energize appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Ransomware attacks shows no sign of abating, Verizon report finds
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 25. mai 2022 at 10:39

    Ransomware attacks continue to prove particularly successful in exploiting and monetizing illegal access to private information. People also remain, by far, the weakest link in an organizations’ cybersecurity defenses. Roughly four in five breaches can be attributed to organized crime. The year 2021 was an exceptional one in cybersecurity — that’s what most cybersecurity experts... Read more » The post Ransomware attacks shows no sign of abating, Verizon report finds appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Davos 2022: Spain earmarked 12.25 billion euros to be major producer of microchips
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 25. mai 2022 at 08:43

    At the ongoing Davos 2022, Intel’s chief spoke about the chip shortage and how delays in the delivery of equipment remains the top issue for the company. Spain wants to cover the entire value chain from design to chip manufacturing, by developing the design and production capacities of its local microelectronics and semiconductor industry. At... Read more » The post Davos 2022: Spain earmarked 12.25 billion euros to be major producer of microchips appeared first on TechHQ.