Rebel foods deploying real-time cold chain monitoring system

Any quality-driven organization should be aiming to get automated. TagBox has announced that it is providing its AssetLens solution to Rebel Foods, the world’s largest internet restaurant company, for real-time temperature, door-open and power consumption monitoring. Uday Mahajan, SVP Engineering at Rebel Foods said, “At Rebel Foods we are committed…

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Cyber threats to managed service providers and their customers

Focusing on guidance that enables transparent discussions. Summary The United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-UK), the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the National Security Agency (NSA), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) expect an increase…

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DNS abuse is trending downward globally

DNS coordinator publishes a report relying on four years of data. In a recently published report, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) indicated that the global sum of DNS abuse dropped in “absolute terms and normalized rates” over the last four years, from October 2017 to January 2022. Globally, in January 2022,…

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China mobile Hong Kong launches enterprise service

Offering one-stop infrastructure-based solutions back with 5G technology. The market demand for smart solutions has surged in recent years, as 5G technology and its commercial applications mature, more companies are investing in smart technology to explore untapped business opportunities and maximize operational efficiency. In view of this, China Mobile Hong Kong…

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What’s driving the next wave of consumer WiFi innovation?

New forms of Wi-Fi value added services is acting to fundamentally redefine connectivity in the home. Many recent developments are converging to create an era of market revolution in residential Wi-Fi. One of these is the sooner than expected arrival of Wi-Fi 7, with early 2022 witnessing Qualcomm’s unveiling of…

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5G powered augmented reality wayfinding experience

AFL and Marvel Stadium to launch new AR wayfinding experience. Telstra, Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company, Google, and Accenture (NYSE: ACN) have joined forces to develop a new 5G powered augmented reality (AR) wayfinding experience at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium that superimposes digital information onto a real-world environment. Showcased at the Google I/O developers…

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China’s way towards carbon neutrality through technology

A large amount of CO2 has been emitted into the atmosphere due to human activities. China should develop ocean negative carbon emission technology to support national carbon neutrality, Jiao Nianzhi, academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), lately advocates in a paper published on Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.…

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How science and technology will reshape life in 2030

Scientific and technological progress is changing the way of human production and life significantly., In the next 10–15 years, scientific and technological progress will change the industrial structure and global economic growth, and will profoundly change people’s lives, according to an article published on Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences.…

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Seoul National University first to use Korean version of Gradescope

Popular for helping educators cut grading time in half. Following the successful English software release in South Korea in September 2021, edtech solution Gradescope by Turnitin has now launched its Korean language interface. For more than two decades, Turnitin has provided academic integrity and assessment solutions for more than 16,000 institutions in 140 countries. Originally developed by former…

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