‘A long road’: the Australian city aiming to give self-driving cars the green light | Self-driving cars

As the traffic lights turn from amber to red, Miranda Blogg accelerates towards them. “Here we go,” she says. A dash-mounted screen in her Renault ZOE flashes a warning featuring a traffic light symbol. Blogg continues. “Oh no, I’m not slowing!” The screen erupts with a more aggressive visual display 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

Dutch government pilots technology to cut e-bike road deaths | Netherlands

Electric bike motors will be shut down when entering residential or built-up areas of Amsterdam, under a government-funded project to cut road deaths from the increasingly powerful vehicles. The digital technology, which has been successfully trialled on a 4km stretch of bike lanes at Schiphol airport, was funded by the Continue Reading

Silk Road bitcoins worth $1bn change hands after seven years | Technology

A billion dollars worth of bitcoins linked to the shuttered darknet market Silk Road has changed hands for the first time in seven years, prompting renewed speculation about the fate of the illicit fortune. Almost 70,000 bitcoins stored in the account which, like all bitcoin wallets, is visible to the Continue Reading

Road to Saudi ties with Israel being paved, cautiously- Tempemail

Saudi Arabia, the most powerful Arab nation and home to Islam’s holiest sites, has made its official position on the region’s longest-running conflict clear: Full ties between the kingdom and Israel can only happen when peace is reached with the Palestinians. Yet state-backed Saudi media and clerics are signaling change Continue Reading

Galaxy Book S laptop review: Samsung and Intel’s silent road warrior | Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Book S is no ordinary laptop as it contains one of Intel’s brand new “hybrid” processors designed to give PCs smartphone-like battery life while running regular Windows 10. The Book S follows the Book Flex in Samsung’s return to the UK PC market, but is confusingly available Continue Reading

Australia Post road tests its transformation scope with staff first – Cloud – Software – Projects- Tempemail

Australia Post used SAP Qualtrics to source ideas and scope internal sentiment towards its current business transformation. Executive general manager for transformation and enablement, John Cox, told SAP’s HR Connect conference that AusPost is also using Qualtrics to manage employee fatigue after a challenging first half of the year. Cox Continue Reading

The Road Towards Confirmation- Tempemail

By Ian Jolliffe Learn about how StarlingX has shaped during the community’s journey towards confirmation. StarlingX is a newly confirmed top-level Open Infrastructure project supported by the OpenStack Foundation (OSF), and you may also know it as a fully integrated, continuously evolving open source cloud platform that supports virtual, containerized, Continue Reading