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Criminals and hostile states attack healthcare with impunity; the CyberPeace Institute calls for accountability

The CyberPeace Institute launches its first strategic analysis report “Playing with Lives: Cyberattacks on Healthcare are Attacks on People”. The report calls governments to remove rewards for criminals and hostile states attacking healthcare.

Carbon Engineering launches new carbon dioxide removal service, with Shopify as its first customer

A new carbon dioxide removal service has been launched today by Carbon Engineering (CE) that allows customers to purchase the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere using CE’s large-scale DAC technology. Shopify, a leading global commerce company, has signed on as the first customer for the service, reserving 10,000 tonnes of permanent carbon removal capacity from a large-scale DAC project.

Konica Minolta to launch new solutions in healthcare IT, X-ray and ultrasound imaging at ECR 2021 (European Congress of Radiology)

Advances in healthcare IT will be unveiled by Konica Minolta at the European Congress of Radiology Virtual Exhibition from March 3-10. Taking centre stage will be the launch of AeroDR X90, a high-end auto positioning X-ray system, and Sonimage HS2, a premium portable ultrasound device, as well as Exa Enterprise Imaging offering full diagnostic toolsets and viewing capabilities.

Europe’s press publishers & Microsoft call for Australian-style arbitration mechanism in Europe to ensure tech gatekeepers remunerate press publishers fairly for use of content

Europe’s press publishers and Microsoft today agreed to work together on a solution to ensure that Europe’s press publishers get paid for the use of their content by gatekeepers that have dominant market power in line with the objectives of the new neighbouring right in the EU Digital Single Market Copyright Directive, which comes into force this June and to take inspiration from the new Australian legislation that requires the tech gatekeepers covered by that law to share revenue with news organisations.

Appeal of mobile gaming remains despite next-gen consoles arrival

The release of the PlayStation 5 has been met with a great deal of frustration as consoles get snapped up by miners using software to automatically nab one, alongside an overall shortage of supply. If you can get your hands on one, though, then there’s no doubting just how impressive the console is. The PlayStation 5 isn’t the only gaming option on offer, though. In fact, mobile gaming is predicted to win more people over in 2021.

SMARTKEY TO INTEGRATE WITH LEADING INTERCOM MANUFACTURER, WEKTA, GIVING 3.5M HOUSEHOLDS BLOCKCHAIN-ENABLED ACCESS CONTROL IN LATEST STEP TO BUILDING THE SMART CITIES OF THE FUTURE

Smartkey, the blockchain connection platform, has today taken another step in creating the smart cities of the future with a formal integration with leading intercoms manufacturer, Wekta. This will give more than 3.5m households across Poland the ability to use blockchain technology to control video cameras, access to homes, garages and other secured areas, safely and securely.

CYBERSECURITY LEADER HIRING TO MEET GROWTH TARGETS: Smarttech247 moves forward with exciting plans for 2021

Award-winning MDR company Smarttech247 is hiring more staff for its base in Cork in southwest Ireland to support their continued growth and expansion. The cybersecurity firm is investing in threat intelligence and continuous R&D capabilities.

EUROPEAN PUBLISHERS COUNCIL URGES AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT NEWS BARGAINING CODE FOR BENEFIT OF ALL PRESS PUBLISHERS FOLLOWING NEWSCORP-GOOGLE DEAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Commenting on the news that NewsCorp has today agreed a global partnership deal with Google ahead of the Australian Government’s adoption of its news media bargaining code, European Publishers Council (EPC) Executive Director Angela Mills Wade said: 

El primer edificio impreso en 3D en Florida hace que COBOD se centre en EE. UU. Después de alcanzar metas en la impresión de construcción 3D en Europa, África y Asia

Printed Farms, Wellington es una empresa emergente con sede en Florida, que acaba de completar la impresión 3D del primer edificio impreso en 3D en Florida, una unidad de almacenamiento de 71 m2 (784 pies cuadrados), utilizando una impresora gigante BOD2 que mide 15 * 12,5 * 10 metros (50 * 42 * 33 pies) de ancho, largo y alto.

Top 1,000 Croatian hi-tech companies by revenue from exports

These hi-tech, mostly ICT companies do not depend on the Croatian internal market. The companies on this list hold a positive view on innovations, thus offering chances to their employees to develop new skills and know-how in challenges of innovations. The workforce of the top 1000 companies by revenue from exports is 26,785, mainly highly-educated professionals.

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