Samsung Profits Plummet Amid Galaxy Note 7 Crisis
The South Korean tech firm Samsung Electronics has been forced to slash their quarterly profit forecast due to major problems with their latest Smartphone.
Data Blunder within Wolverhampton Council Leads to Details of 10,000 People Being Leaked
The Information Commissioner’s Office has reported that some 9,858 workers payroll information has been mistakenly disclosed to a ‘third party’ source by the authorities due to an email ‘oversight’.
Apple Move into Health Data Industry:
In the company’s latest acquisition, tech giant Apple take-over personal health data start-up business Gliimpse.
3 Ways Technology Has Changed The Olympic Games From London To Rio:
The world of sports and athletics have greatly benefitted in the technological advancements that the last century has presented. Even in the last four years, sports technology has improved hugely since the London 2012 Olympics. Here’s a list of some of the new technological innovations to look out for at the Rio Olympic Games.
Microsoft, Google and Many More Take Over the 2016 Olympics:
The 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will be the most tech-savvy to date, with huge global companies such as Google and Microsoft to name but a few announcing their involvement in the games.
New and Exciting Technology Set to Take Centre Stage at This Year’s Rio Olympic Games
The Rio de Janiero 2016 Olympics looks set to provide not just stunning feats of athleticism, but also stunning new technology is set to be on display. The Olympic games provides an excellent opportunity to showcase new and emerging technologies, an opportunity in which global brands such as Visa and Samsung are making the most of.
Global Company T-Mobile suffers Data- Leak in Czech Republic:
It has been reported that some 1.5 million customer records have been stolen at T-Mobile’s Czech Republic site by one if their employees, according to local media.
Almost 3 Million Tons of CO2 Emissions Avoided Through WEEE Recycling.
Thanks to the European regulations on Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment, Europe managed to avoid almost 3 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent.
Our Top Tips to Prevent a Data Leak in your Company
Today’s businesses are built on an infrastructure of sensitive data that is provided to them from their customers, from credit card details to addresses and dates of birth.
Adobe Flash Player set to be made redundant as many tech companies seek out alternatives.
With Mozilla now joining the growing numbers of companies opting out of using Flash Player to play video and audio content, its days are looking numbered.
Technological Innovations could help to Reduce Food Waste
From apps controlled by smart phones, intelligent food labelling and even the rise of the ‘smart fridges’, new cutting-edge technology is set to takeover and transform the way people do their shopping and how they control their domestic food waste.
Changes in WEEE Market Demand hits Council Collections
Recent evidence shows that there has been a fall in the demand for WEEE, resulting in a impact upon the collection of materials from local authority civic amenity sites.