Month: January 2019

The Rooftop Solar “Neighborhood Effect” Transforms Florida Community

Clean Power Published on January 21st, 2019 | by Steve Hanley January 21st, 2019 by Steve Hanley  Almost a year ago, CleanTechnica reader Rich Blair walked into his local Tesla store to ask about rooftop solar system. He met up with Morgan Harding, who became his Tesla solar adviser. Within a short time, Blair had …

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What is spear phishing? Why targeted email attacks are so difficult to stop

Spear phishing definition Spear phishing is the act of sending and emails to specific and well-researched targets while purporting to be a trusted sender. The aim is to either infect devices with malware or convince victims to hand over information or money. Where phishing attacks began as Nigerian prince scams in the mid-1990s, today they …

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Patient experience surveys exempted from national data opt-outs

Users of the national data opt-out service will need to separately opt out of national patient surveys, it has been announced. Speaking on Twitter, health minister Steve Brine argued that “learning from the experiences of patients is crucial to shape services”. It was for that reason, he said, that the national data opt-out – a …

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Mainstream Media Has Short-Term Memory Of A Goldfish, Reposts Same FUD Up To 10 Times — #Pravduh About #Tesla Report 20

Cars Published on January 20th, 2019 | by Chanan Bos January 20th, 2019 by Chanan Bos  Intro This week might be one of the worst FUD repost weeks since Elon’s Weedgate FUD catastrophe. Tesla announced at the end of the week that it will be cutting 7% of its workforce. What most people (including journalists) …

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Tesla Gigafactory 1 Timeline & Results — CleanTechnica Deep Dive

Batteries Published on January 20th, 2019 | by Chanan Bos January 20th, 2019 by Chanan Bos  Tesla’s Gigafactory 1 in Nevada is a proof of concept. Originally, the factory was supposed to be completed in 2020, have a production capacity of 35 GWh of battery cells and 50 GWh of battery packs, and employ 6,500 …

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Exclusive: Survey Of People Who Used My Tesla Referral Code, Explains Why Elon Killed It

Cars Published on January 20th, 2019 | by Paul Fosse January 20th, 2019 by Paul Fosse  Round trip from Auburn to Miami via Orlando. 10 days over 1000 miles — $0 spent on fuel and actual driver input provided for maybe 30 cumulative minutes (98% on Autopilot). Totally justifies this vanity plate! Photo by Shashank …

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Tesla Supercharger Development In China — 5 Year Review & The Future

January 20th, 2019 by Tim Dixon  Tesla has helped move the idea of electric cars from niche sci-fi or hippy dream into something mainstream. Part of the way it did this was by creating a compelling product package — the car, sales experience, repair center experience, and recharging infrastructure that was based around the needs …

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New online tool could help GPs predict woman’s risk of breast cancer

GPs could soon have access to an online tool that predicts a woman’s risk of breast cancer. The calculator is the most comprehensive method yet to predict the risk of the disease, according to the Cancer Research UK study. Experts have designed a way to calculate a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer by combining …

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