Technology

Steve October 20, 2021

Ten years after the first Apple-designed chip, the A4 System on a Chip, debuted in the iPad and the iPhone 4, Apple introduced its M1 SoC for personal computers. Launched in November 2020, the ARM-based processor uses the same basic architecture as the A-series chips and powers a range of Apple PCs including the MacBook […]

Steve October 20, 2021

The BMW Group has made a deal to source green steel from Swedish startup H2 Green Steel starting in 2025. H2 Green Steel, which launched in 2020, makes steel using a “fossil-free manufacturing process.” Instead of coal, it uses hydrogen and clean energy for steel production. Green steel production creates up to 95% less emissions […]

Steve October 20, 2021

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s top official on Wednesday exhorted the bloc’s 27 member nations to wean themselves off natural gas not only to speed the transition to clean energy but also to make the bloc a more independent player in the world. On the eve of an EU summit centering on the energy […]

Steve October 20, 2021

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s competition watchdog fined Facebook 50.5 million pounds ($69.4 million) on Wednesday for violating rules during the U.K. investigation into the social media giant’s purchase of Giphy. The Competition and Markets Authority said Facebook failed to provide required information during the probe. It said it gave the platform multiple warnings and “considers […]

Steve October 20, 2021

They’re here. They’re really, truly, officially here. After what’s felt like 47 years of waiting and approximately 994 gazillion unofficial leaks, Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones are out of hiding and on their way into the world. Well, okay: To be fair, they’ve technically been in the world for a handful of […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Asana, a work management platform for teams, today announced the Enterprise Work Graph, a suite of features designed to give greater clarity and flexibility to enterprise workflows. The new capabilities aim to align teams around goals, coordinate workflows across teams and time zones, and provide visibility into where work stands in real time.  Alongside the […]

Steve October 20, 2021

String manipulation is one of the fundamental concepts of bash scripting. This guide explains how to create and manipulate strings in bash. The post Bash Scripting – String Manipulation appeared first on OSTechNix. Read More

Steve October 20, 2021

If someone asked you which of the world’s major cities has the most electric buses in operation outside of China, would your first guess be the capital of a country that’s one of the planet’s largest fossil fuel producers, and that seldom generates any EV-related news in the US press (except for an impractical plan […]

Steve October 20, 2021

eVersum, an Austrian manufacturer of electric commercial passenger vehicles, has selected automated charging innovator Rocsys to develop autonomous robotic charging systems for eVersum’s eShuttles. Robotic charging solutions are new to the market, and industry standards are currently in development. The two companies will work together to develop communication protocols that eVersum’s vehicle and Rocsys’s robot […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Tesla Model X buyers are left in the dark as deliveries start and some people who have placed an order a year ago still don’t know when they will get their car. Electrek has learned that Tesla expects more clarity on Model X delivery timelines next month. Tesla didn’t produce the Model X for about […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Networked computers are so common these days that most of us take it for granted that a computer on one side of a room can contact one on the other side of the room, much less the other side of the world. When it works as designed, networking is what makes the Internet, the cloud, […]

Steve October 20, 2021

If Linux is your primary working environment, then you might be familiar with the Executable and Linkable Format (ELF), the main file format used for executables, libraries, core-dumps, and more, on Linux. I’ve written articles covering native Linux tools to understand ELF binaries, beginning with how ELF binaries are built, followed by some general tips […]