Telemedicine is giving patients more access to healthcare, and helping doctors save lives.
Chinese Data Center Power Usage Doesn’t Include Green Energy and Even Rivals Airline Carbon Emissions
Chinese data center power usage accounted for 99 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2018, which is the equivalent of 21 million cars, according to a new report. These centers store digital files of all kinds and consume between 3% and 5% of the total global electricity — rivaling airlines’ carbon emissions, says a […]
Experts are divided on whether or not technology will replace employees in the fast-food industry.
Does your organization trust Google services for email, cloud, etc.? Many U.S. state attorneys general apparently believe its massive rate of data collection makes is more difficult for smaller tech companies to compete, as they’ve launched a probe for potential antitrust violations, according to a recent Reuters report. The Google antitrust probe focuses on “the […]
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, September 16, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
A new comic book all about eCommerce fraud prevention was commissioned and released by Covery. Covery is a global risk management platform helping online companies prevent fraud and mitigate risks. The company specializes in KYC automation, device fingerprinting, user events analysis, and user risk scoring that help to solve fraud typical in low- and high-risk […]
The WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy from Apple explains the anti-tracking methods the company has developed, and expands on what should be considered harmful methods.
After analyzing over a billion transactions across multiple industries, Arkose Labs has found that more than half of social media logins are frauds.
You may have already seen robots in grocery stores, but prepare to meet up with Walmart robots on upcoming visits to the widespread superstore chain. Walmart has already used robots in their warehouses for years, but now, according to a Fast Company article, they’ve started rolling out roaming robots which scan shelves for out-of-stock items […]
Companies such as Amazon and SpaceX are revealing plans for Low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites that many believe will drastically reduce the cost for internet coverage.