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Report: Banks security is threatened by remote working

The G20 Financial Stability Board believes that remote working has compromised the cybersecurity of banks and other financial institutions. In its report, cited by Reuters, the organisation called for stronger defences against increasing hacking attacks. According to the report, the level of online...

A Few Cities Contribute Over Half Of Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions; New Study

A latest analysis of emissions trends shows that more than half of the climate-warming gases pumped out by a total of 167 urban hubs around the world was accounted for by just 25 big cities – and almost all of them are in China.   In a study published in the open access journal Frontiers in...

Limiting the Spread of Microbes: The Role of Innovative Technologies such as Bioguard

When the Covid-19 pandemic first started gearing up early last year, people suddenly became very aware of what they touched and came in contact with. Everything from door handles to grocery carts to the cash in our pockets, was suspect as a source of infection.   Videos, from comedians and...

Nissan to invest £1bn in UK electric car battery plant

Japanese carmaker Nissan has announced the start of construction of the UK's largest battery factory for electric vehicles in Sunderland. The project, called EV36Zero, will involve an investment of £1 billion. The plant will be built as part of a three-way partnership between Nissan, Chinese...

Study: Hackers stole over $100M from blockchain systems in Q1

Hackers stole $108.3 million in the first quarter of 2021 from users of various blockchain projects around the world, according to research from Atlas VPN, an information security company. In particular, cryptocurrency wallets and Ethereum blockchain exchanges were attacked the most. Overall,...

Experts Considering Need For Booster Dose For J&J Single Shot Covid Vaccine Against Delta Variant

The increasing prevalence of the more contagious Delta coronavirus variant has prompted infectious disease experts in the United States to consider the requirement for a booster dose of the covid-19 vaccines made by Pfizer/BioNTech, or Moderna mRNA-based vaccines for those Americans who have been...

Technology companies are thinking about introducing holograms into everyday work

IT companies, including Microsoft, Google and WeWork, have been busy creating technology to enable the use of holograms in everyday communication. This could help employers who are gradually bringing employees into the office from a remote location. Tech companies are thinking about creating...

Trains in Germany to switch to wind and solar energy

German trains are to be completely switched to renewable energy sources. The emissions from Germany's rail system will be kept to a minimum by 2038, Deutsche Welle (DW) writes. Germany's main national railway operator, Deutsche Bahn (DB), intends to switch all locomotives running in the country to...

Nissan to build two plants to produce batteries for electric cars

Japanese automaker Nissan Motor is investing more than 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) to build two new plants to produce batteries for electric cars. This was reported by Nikkei Asia newspaper. One of Nissan's new plants will be set up in Japan and the other in the UK. Production at both sites is...

Study Finds Increasing Gap Between Gap Of Two Covid-19 Vaccines Can Help Reduce Deaths

A predictive modelling study has revealed that a delaying of the second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine for people who are younger than 65 years could help in reducing the number of people dying of the disease.   Even as the Covid-19 pandemic is continuing in many parts of the world, the debate...
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