Month: October 2018

Apple appears to have blocked GrayKey iPhone hacking tool

Apple has apparently been able to permanently block de-encryption technology from a mysterious Atlanta-based company whose blackbox device was embraced by government agencies to bypass iPhone passcodes. Atlanta-based Grayshift is one of two companies that claimed it could thwart Apple iPhone passcode security through brute-force attacks. The blackbox technology purportedly worked, as Grayshift’s technology was snapped …

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Chinese Asset Owners Account For 63% Of 2017 Global Wind Capacity Additions

Clean Power Published on October 25th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill October 25th, 2018 by Joshua S Hill  A new report has shown that Chinese asset owners remain the largest owners of global wind assets even despite their often dueling interests in coal extraction and generation and in 2017, 63% of global wind capacity …

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8×8's team chat app connects users to Slack, Google Hangouts and others

San Jose-based 8×8 has added team chat capabilities to its unified communications platform, touting interoperability with 23 other collaboration as a differentiating factor in a competitive market. Among the chat apps supported are Slack, Google Hangouts Chat, Skype, Twitter, Cisco Webex Teams and Jabber. The Team Messaging function, announced last week, is included in 8×8’s …

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Lincolnshire Partnership switches on new mental health EPR

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has switched on its new electronic patient record system just six months after singing up a new supplier. Over 2000 members of staff at the mental health trust can now access digital referrals, community and inpatient records of its 202,080 patients via the Servelec RiO clinical system. The RiO electronic …

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Cities & Municipalities Are Shaping The Urban Mobility Of Tomorrow, Whether They Want To Or Not

October 25th, 2018 by The Beam  By Dirk O. Evenson After the ruling on possible driving bans, cities and municipalities are on track to implement and enforce what has been missing elsewhere. Ultimately, it is in their hands: they have the data, they manage the public space for any kind of infrastructure, and they decide …

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Wave 2 of NHS Test Beds takes aim at diabetes and A&E admissions

NHS England and the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) have announced a second wave of Test Beds for new healthcare technologies tackling cancer, diabetes and necessary hospital visits. Seven sites have been selected to run trials of digital initiatives designed to address healthcare challenges in the NHS. Aided by £7 million in funding, the …

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