July 7th, 2019 by Nicolas Zart Xpeng Motors announced that it has made three significant new senior hires for its North American and Chinese operations. The progressive Chinese mobility company adds even more brainpower behind Xpeng with these new hires. Xpeng Hires New Talent Benny Katibian joined Xpeng Motors and will act as its Chief [&hellip
?War is no longer declared,? wrote Austrian poet Ingeborg Bachmann.Cyber warfare is transforming this line of poetry into reality.American cities are battling cyber-criminals and nefarious foreign actors on a daily basis. The past month has witnessed a barrage of cyber-attacks against city government assets in Baltimore. The attacks were orchestrated by cyber-extortionists who took advantage of outdated software security mechanisms to freeze thousands of computers and basic
KUCHING: It is a call made loudly and often enough ? palm oil companies, with its high dependence on labour, need to digitise their operations as the next step towards increasing productivity. The call for palm oil players to turn to technology is one that has its advantages. It reduces a firm?s dependency on foreignRead More
Schneider Electric was recently ranked 11th in the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2019 and won the 2019 Industrial Manufacturing Supply Chainnovator Award in Gartner?s 2019 Supply Chainnovator Awards, which ?recognizes unconventional, innovative and high-impact supply chain initiatives in the industrial manufacturing sector.?
Amazon is asking the Federal Communications Commission for approval of its Project Kuiper satellite broadband venture, and referring to potential synergies with Amazon Web Services as a strong selling point. Related: GeekWire's coverage of Project Kuiper GeekWire first reported news of Project Kuiper
? A new type of memory chip could make computers up to 1,000 times faster when handling data operations such as huge database searches, drug discovery operations, or the computer modelling used in weather forecasts. ? This is one of [?]
AMD is expected to launch their 3rd Generation Ryzen ?Zen 2? processors on July 7th and just days before the launch, new benchmarks have been leaked online. Spotted first by a Twitter user (via Forbes), the new benchmarks destroy Intel?s i9 processors in terms of performance. The AMD Ryzen series has always been a direct [?]