Jonathan Davies says Wales will be ready for South Africa- Tempemail

Jonathan Davies says that Wales will focus on “the fine details” during preparations to face world champions South Africa Wales’ demanding Autumn Nations Series continues against the Springboks next weekend, just seven days after a 54-16 defeat by New Zealand in Cardiff. Unlike against the All Blacks though, recent history Continue Reading

Emile Smith Rowe celebrates and Lewis Hamilton ready: Saturday’s sporting social- Tempemail

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media. Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from October 23. Football Emile Smith Rowe was celebrating after playing a starring role for Arsenal. Alan Shearer met a Continue Reading

A New Intelligent Reality: Ready or Not?- Tempemail

By Thomas Rosen The Industry IoT Community Council is an industrial-focused executive community comprised of business leaders, technical experts, and academics representing a diverse array of global industries. The group convenes periodically to share insights regarding the impact and potential benefits of incorporating new and emerging technologies in day-to-day business Continue Reading

Are we ready for social media influencers shaping politics? | Social media- Tempemail

Gen Z is the most online generation in history. They also have increasingly radical political views that aren’t always reflected in traditional media. It’s no surprise that online influencers – who run highly popular social media channels – are dominating political discourse in Gen Z’s online spaces. Young people’s politics Continue Reading

Digital Advertising Ready to Take-Off in South Africa – Tempemail

Advertising is big business. Ever since the first banner ad way back in 1994, we’ve been consuming this digital content on almost every major platform we use, seeing countless images and videos throughout the average workday. It’s also worth noting that digital advertising spend is on the up constantly, too. Continue Reading

Australian government ready to pursue Facebook and Twitter if misinformation code doesn’t work | Australia news- Tempemail

The Australian government has not ruled out taking tougher action against social media giants like Facebook and Twitter if a new industry-developed code fails to limit the spread of misinformation and disinformation on their platforms. The new code of practice, developed by industry organisation Digi and released on Monday, has Continue Reading

Virtual reality tourism ready for takeoff as travellers remain grounded | Virtual reality

With globe-trotting banned in the pandemic, increasing numbers of people are turning to virtual reality to relieve pent-up demand for travel. Escapism from the sofa through a growing range of VR travel experiences is whetting appetites for post-pandemic holidays and could be a watershed moment for the technology in tourism, Continue Reading

Microsoft’s Bing ready to step in if Google pulls search from Australia, minister says | Google

Microsoft’s Bing is ready to swoop if Google makes good on its threat to remove search from Australia when the mandatory news code becomes law, the government has revealed. The communications minister, Paul Fletcher, said Google dominates in Australia with a market share of 93% but there are other players, Continue Reading

‘Always be charging’: is the great Australian road trip ready to go electric? | Electric, hybrid and low-emission cars

The first blunder of my all-electric road trip occurs in Lorne, some 145km from my Melbourne home. I know, thanks to the PlugShare app – which maps most of the publicly available charging points in Australia – that there is a charger at Lorne Visitor Information Centre. What I don’t Continue Reading

There is a whole new wave of politically motivated young people, ready to develop solutions | Noah Gwatkin | Australia news- Tempemail

Name: Noah Gwatkin Age: 18 Dreams of: Still working it out New year means a new me, hey? This year I’m not hoping for a new me – but I am definitely different to the me that began last year. For starters, I’ve always thought things would get better every Continue Reading