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  • September 20, 2022 20 Sep'22

    Reports Uber and Rockstar incidents work of same attacker

    Rockstar Games was hit over the weekend by an attacker who claimed to have accessed its Slack channel to steal data on an upcoming release, and may be the same person who compromised Uber

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  • September 20, 2022 20 Sep'22

    NHS Scotland to transform population health through digital technologies

    A collaboration between NHS Scotland, industry partners and academia aims to launch large-scale programmes to improve population health in the country through digital technologies and new patient pathways

  • September 20, 2022 20 Sep'22

    Dutch student team aims to enable uninterrupted drone cargo delivery

    Dutch student team aims to make the world of flying more sustainable by creating a global network of autonomously flying cargo drones that can have their batteries swapped mid-air

  • September 20, 2022 20 Sep'22

    India ramps up on AI amid talent and scalability challenges

    Indian organisations are speeding up deployments of AI across multiple sectors, but legacy systems, siloed data and a shortage of AI-specific talent will stand in the way of greater adoption

  • September 19, 2022 19 Sep'22

    How Mondelez is driving change with tech

    From empowering citizen developers to deploying drones to monitor the health of cocoa trees, Mondelez has been firing on all cylinders to disrupt the old ways of doing things

  • September 16, 2022 16 Sep'22

    Flex muscles up 5G SA private wireless, Industry 4.0 in advanced manufacturing

    Leading comms tech provider teams with multinational electronics company to combine 5G SA private wireless and Industry 4.0 expertise for advanced manufacturing services in Brazil