Technology

Steve September 21, 2021

NEW YORK (WPIX) — Interest in online dating peaked at a five-year high this summer, according to data from Google Trends, which tracks popular user search requests.  However, a report from ProPublica and Columbia Journalism found online dating companies aren’t necessarily equipped to handle user complaints related to sexual assault allegations appropriately.  “They’ve just been garbage at […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Space, we have an equity problem. When three billionaires rocketed into space this summer, they did more than escape Earth’s surly bonds, they helped spread “a malady of mistrust” plaguing an all-too hungry world, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told other world leaders Tuesday. In his opening speech to the General Assembly, a grim Guterres […]

Steve September 21, 2021

There’s life in the old Tahr, yet! Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 just got an unexpected support boost from Canonical. Announced today, Canonical says both releases will get an extended 10 years of support from their original release date, up from the 5 years originally provided. The commitment brings the older LTS releases in line […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Salesforce unveiled the latest steps in its plan to connect Slack’s team collaboration platform with its Customer360 product suite on Tuesday, as it seeks to create a “digital HQ” for customers. Salesforce bought Slack for $27.7 billion last year to provide a collaborative layer around its various apps;  the acquisition officially closed two months ago. […]

Steve September 21, 2021

If you received an Apple email letting you know you’ve been upgraded to iCloud+ at no additional charge, you’re not alone. So, what is iCloud+? What do you get, and why should you use it? What is iCloud+? Announced at WWDC 2021, iCloud+ is a suite of additional services designed to supplement the existing features […]

Steve September 21, 2021

You may get a few business newsletters in your email inbox. Some you signed up for, while others are involuntary with a small unsubscribe link at the bottom. What if the process to publish newsletters was easier, to the point individuals could easily send them out? Google may be wondering this very thing, as it […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Loops are useful for automating repetitive tasks in Bash shell scripting. In this guide, we will learn about “for loop” with examples. The post Bash Scripting – For Loop Explained With Examples appeared first on OSTechNix. Read More

Steve September 21, 2021

Posted September 21, 2021 by Charles Morris & filed under Fleets and Infrastructure, Newswire, The Infrastructure. Most of today’s EVs operate on 400-volt systems, but 800 volts is clearly the near future. Higher-voltage systems can deliver the same amount of power with less current, which means that charging rates can get higher without making charging […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Next-generation silicone solutions for EV battery safety Posted September 21, 2021 by Charged EVs & filed under Newswire, The Tech. With the increase in EV adoption, manufacturers are facing numerous challenges when it comes to EV performance and safety. Join this session at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by Wacker, where we […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Audi has officially launched the Q4 e-tron electric SUV in the US and confirmed a starting price of just $36,400 after incentives. The original concept for the Audi Q4 e-tron was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. Audi then confirmed that a production version of the vehicle will launch “at the end of 2020.” It’s […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Tesla announced today that it is expanding its biggest virtual power plant in Australia to Victoria through its new “Tesla Energy Plan.” Australia, and especially South Australia, has had a lot of power issues over the years as it retires aging infrastructure. It also has a high penetration of renewable energy, which destabilized energy markets […]

Steve September 21, 2021

It wasn’t so long ago that Uber started a revolution in work: managing workers—or is it freelancers?—via an algorithm-driven app. The gig economy was born. Its promise was to save consumers money and enable anyone with a car to earn quick, easy cash. And, of course, to make Uber’s founders and investors rich. That was […]