Today:

25/09/2021

Category: Tech News

Apple releases redesigned iCloud Mail for the web

While iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 are likely to keep you occupied today, Apple also published an important upgrade to iCloud on the web.

Coinbase signs new $1.36M contract with US Customs enforcement agency

Coinbase, a leading cryptocurrency exchange in the United States, has obtained a contract for up to $1.36 million to create technology for the Department of Homeland Security.

IDC forecasts worldwide “Whole Cloud” spending to reach $1.3 Trillion by 2025

Cloud computing has become the cornerstone for the delivery of mobile and content services, as well as an alternative to traditional enterprise computing systems, over the last decade. As businesses transition to a digital-first economy, cloud computing will play an increasingly important, if not dominant, role as the IT industry focuses on delivering greater efficiency, flexibility, and faster innovation.

Global chip shortage could make Apple products even more expensive

Future Apple products, such as the iPhone 13, may become more expensive as a result of chip shortages and rising supplier prices. According to Nikkei Asia sources, Apple's main chip supplier TSMC is raising its fabrication prices in response to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. That means Apple may have to pay more for chip production and may have to pass the costs on to customers.

Covid-19 Global

20,353,738
Total active cases
Updated on 25 September 2021 9:46 am
231,923,549
Total confirmed cases
Updated on 25 September 2021 9:46 am
4,751,727
Total deaths
Updated on 25 September 2021 9:46 am
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Twitter launches Super Follows and Safety Mode

After a few months in beta, Twitter announced that Super Follows are now available to select US users. Super Follows enables Twitter users to earn monthly revenue by sharing subscriber-only content with their social network followers.

Dell Dismisses Supply Constraint Concerns in Record Quarter

As the business achieved record quarterly sales and operating profitability, executives at Dell Technologies downplayed concerns about the impact of supply chain restrictions on the IT industry as a whole

Hacker returns all $610M of stolen PolyNetwork crypto

The hacker or hackers responsible for what is thought to be one of the largest cryptocurrency thefts in history returned the remaining $610 million in stolen assets to Poly Network, with the company thanking the perpetrator or perpetrators for their cooperation.

GM recalls all Chevy Bolt EV’s due to fire risk

General Motors has issued a recall of its Chevy Bolt electric vehicle that expands on an earlier recall. The notice applies to all Chevy Bolt models from 2020 to 2022, as well as all remaining 2019 models. The recall follows numerous reports of fires linked to the vehicle's LG-made battery pack.

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Navy Will Cut 500 Civilian East Coast Jobs

To fulfil Navy Region Mid-Fiscal Atlantic's Year 2022 budget objective, 500 Navy civilian employees on the East Coast will be laid off, and port activities would be limited to daylight Monday through Friday.

Fed signals bond-buying taper may start soon

As the US central bank's shift away from economic crisis measures gets traction, the Federal Reserve indicated on Wednesday that it will likely begin cutting its monthly bond purchases as soon as November, and that interest rate hikes may come sooner than planned.

Should staff return to the office?

For example, it may persist with current Covid-19 precautions in the workplace, requiring employers to plan for social distancing and to provide extra hygiene facilities. There may also be special arrangements in place for Vulnerable workers, such as pregnant women and those who have been shielding during the crisis