Space Debris Making the ISS Vulnerable

Garbage surrounds our planet but not the conventional waste seen in landfills. Satellites have become commonplace for large-scale corporations trying to reach the masses. However, over time those satellites are broken down & destroyed by solar radiation. This has prompted an influx of space debris surrounding our planet, which puts risk to the International Space...

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iPad Air 2020 Edition Announced

September 15th marked the Apple Company’s first conference during the COVID-19 Pandemic, which saw CEO Tim Cook unveil multiple products for their loyal fanbase. This included the “iPad Air 2020 Edition”, which shares aesthetic similarities to the iPad Pro & iPhone Eleven. Enhancements haven’t exclusively been made to the exterior design, with internal components also...

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Norwegian Parliament Cyber Attacked by Hackers

Cyber attacks from groups of hackers are becoming an increasingly problematic issue for international governments. Nations, like the United States, Russia, and China, have systems in place to minimise cyber attacks. Countries like Norway haven’t the infrastructure needed to stop hackers, which was proven on September 1st. The Norwegian Parliament confirmed that they’d fallen victim...

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Acquisition of TikTok Imminent

News reports from inside sources indicate that ByteDance is ready to hand over their control of TikTok to Microsoft, and surprisingly Walmart. It’s reported that the social media application used by celebrities & influencers, will be sold before August 31st. This acquisition agreement follows after President Donald Trump signed a “POTUS Executive Order”, which stated...

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Uber Threatens to Leave California State

The State of California is risking losing one of their biggest contracting firms by threatening a change to legislation. Californian Judge Ethan Schulman ruled in-favour of an injunction that would force Uber & Lyft to reclassify their workforce from contractors to employees. This would prompt a considerable influx of operational costs to both Ride-Sharing Applications...

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TikTok Constructing European Data Headquarters

Headlines regarding the operations of TikTok have grown tenfold since President Donald Trump targeted their parent company, ByteDance. This invoked the announcement that Microsoft is considering purchasing the application, maintaining global coverage over TikTok’s operations for an undisclosed figure. The concept of Microsoft buying TikTok hasn’t wavered ByteDance from furthering their global presence, refusing to...

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Jeff Bezos Forced to Face Congress

The Chief Executive Officer of Amazon will experience the full assault of America’s political system over the coming days. This follows after Jeff Bezos was forced into a meeting with Congress, which is always filmed & broadcasted live to millions of Americans. He’ll be joined alongside other largescale CEOs in the tech industry, including Mark...

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Huawei 5G Infrastructure Banned from the UK.

Politicians in the United Kingdom announced that Huawei would be phased from their 5G Networks. Telecommunication providers in Great Britain, Ireland, and Scotland cannot obtain 5G equipment from Huawei starting in January 2021. Parliament prompted this decision after national security was threatened through Huawei’s equipment. Similarly, to the United States, Great Britain determined that China’s...

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