Haller Farmers: Restoring African Land for Over 50 Years – Tempemail

The Haller Farmers app is taking advantage of Africa’s increasing mobile penetration by equipping the next generation of farmers with knowledge, information and education through technology.  The app — which was developed for farmers by farmers — takes its unique name from UNEP Global 500 Laureate, Dr Rene Haller, who Continue Reading

Paratus and Telecom Namibia to Land Subsea Cable in Namibia – Tempemail

Telecom Namibia CEO, Stanley Shanapinda and Paratus Group CEO Barney Harmse Paratus and Telecom Namibia have agreed to land subsea cable, Equiano, in Namibia. This move is expected to provide Namibian networks with greater capacity, stimulate economic growth and support a competitive telecommunication sector. “This is a major milestone for Continue Reading

Men called ‘Karens of the hiking world’ after removing Utah monolith to protect the land- Tempemail

A pair of men have removed the mysterious Utah monolith after claiming visitors to the site were destroying the land. Critics of the move have called them “Karens of the hiking world.” Sylvan Christensen, an adventure tour guide, and BASE jumper Andy Lewis – who goes by “Sketchy Andy” – Continue Reading

Sheep and Land Rovers rejoice: Pooley Bridge reunites the Lake District | Art and design

When Pooley Bridge lost its namesake crossing to the torrential floods of Storm Desmond in 2015, the picturesque Lake District village was robbed of more than just a route over the water. “It was like losing a well-loved relative,” says Miles MacInnes, chairman of the parish council. “Our community was Continue Reading

Drones Take Off To Fight COVID-19 And Should Land On Ethical Grounds With Drone Policy- Tempemail

Read Article India enters the third phase of the lockdown with a few relaxations in measures and a hope that by the end of the month, activities should resume normally. Shutters open for non-essential item shops, the private sector can have a limited number of employees reaching office, and all Continue Reading

Musk’s SpaceX, Bezos’ Blue Origin land contracts to build NASA’s astronaut moon lander – Hardware- Tempemail

NASA on Thursday selected space firms SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics to build lunar landing systems that can carry astronauts to the moon by 2024, the White House’s accelerated deadline under the space agency’s moon-to-Mars campaign. The three companies, which include firms of tech billionaires Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, Continue Reading

Why ad land shouldn’t let short-termism dictate its response to the coronavirus crisis- Tempemail

Around the world, increasingly serious measures are being taken by governments to minimise the spread of Covid-19 and there is now no doubt about its potential for disrupting the ad industry and the wider business community. However, is the ad industry letting short-termism dictate its response to the crisis? Speaking Continue Reading

Kuo: New MacBook Pro and Air with scissor keyboards will land in June, ARM-based Macs to follow in early 2021

Rumor mill: Apple is reportedly ditching the butterfly switch keyboards completely with this year’s MacBook Pro and MacBook Air refresh. After getting that done, the company has an even bigger surprise in the form of an ARM-based Mac that could see the light of day as early as Q4 2020. Continue Reading