Month: June 2021

In this article MSFT From left, GitHub CEO Chris Wanstrath, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and future GitHub CEO Nat Friedman at GitHub headquarters in San Francisco. Source: Microsoft Microsoft on Tuesday announced an artificial intelligence system that can recommend code for software developers to use as they write code. Microsoft is looking to simplify the
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Originally published on RMI.org.By Christian Roselund  People pay a lot of attention when the power goes out, but we tend to not notice when the grid remains stable — even under trying conditions. On June 17 and 18, record heat in California led the state’s grid operator to call on residents to reduce electricity usage through issuing
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Government must back its commitment to electric vehicles with financial support for new battery gigafactories and manufacturers considering where to build the next generation of cars and vans, Vauxhall’s parent company has told Sky News. Stellantis, which owns the Peugeot and Fiat brands as well as Vauxhall, is currently in talks with ministers over whether
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Don Joyce, a Nokia director working from home at a remote lake cottage in Canada, recently abandoned his painfully slow phone-line Internet in favour of satellite broadband service Starlink, offered by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Starlink, which cost him CAD 600 (roughly Rs. 36,000) for hardware and a lofty CAD 150 (roughly Rs. 9,000) monthly subscription, provides
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