Month: September 2018

1st Year Income From @Tesla Battery In South Australia Equals ⅓ Of Its Cost

Batteries Published on September 27th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley September 27th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  Lots of opponents of battery storage for electricity that has been generated by wind, solar, and other renewables like to focus on how much those systems cost. Take the Hornsdale battery installed by Tesla last year in South Australia. …

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Best Android phones 2018: What should you buy?

Choosing the best Android phone for you is a big decision. The Android universe teems with options, from super-expensive flagship phones, to affordable models that make a few calculated compromises, to models expressly designed for, say, great photography.  Chances are that whichever phone you buy, you’ll keep it for at least two years. So we’ve made …

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Best security software: How 20 cutting-edge tools tackle today's threats

Threats are constantly evolving and, just like everything else, tend to follow certain trends. Whenever a new type of threat is especially successful or profitable, many others of the same type will inevitably follow. The best defenses need to mirror those trends so users get the most robust protection against the newest wave of threats. …

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Self-Driving Grocery Delivery Service Tested By Kroger In Arizona

September 27th, 2018 by Jake Richardson  If you don’t have the time to go to buy food or don’t want to, you may be interested in hearing about this food delivery technology. Kroger is conducting a test of self-driving tech for food delivery in Scottsdale, Arizona. Autonomous vehicles from Nuro are being used in the …

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Worcestershire to introduce ePMA and CDS from Cambio

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust has contracted Cambio Healthcare Systems to develop a digital clinical solution for community and mental healthcare. The Swedish supplier will create an integrated solution for e-prescribing and medicines administration (ePMA) and clinical decision support (CDS). The solution has been designed specifically for mental healthcare and will be interoperable with …

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Walmart, Sam’s Club tell suppliers to get on blockchain network

Walmart and Sam’s Club are calling on suppliers of leafy green vegetables to upload their produce data to a corporate blockchain ledger within a year to enable end-to-end traceability of vegetables back to the farm where they were grown. “This has literally gone out to dozens and dozens of suppliers. If you think about this …

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Cleveland Commits To 100% Renewable Energy Using Local Solar Resources

Clean Power Published on September 27th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley September 27th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  Cleveland is a post-industrial city with a gritty, soot-laden past. Located on the shores of Lake Erie at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland was once emblematic of America’s industrial heartland — a place where blast furnaces …

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New app wants to digitise NHS locum staff pools

The doctor duo behind a new app reckon it could cut £500m off annual NHS recruitment spend by digitising locum booking systems. Locum’s Nest is a mobile and web application that matches doctors with available work. The brainchild of doctors Ahmed Shahrabani and Nicholas Andreou, it has been designed to ‘digitise’ banks of available staff …

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IoT roundup: Startups, big carriers flexing their IoT muscles and California legislation

We’re back! Here’s the latest monthly roundup of big and not-so-big news in the world of IoT, ranging from carrier doings to a neat little startup. Buckle up. California legislates IoT security California’s state legislature this month sent a bill to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk that would mandate the use of “reasonable” security features in …

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