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- MOTs: 'Limited private car testing' at DVA test centres
department says those who have had tests rescheduled will be refunded half the fee.
BBC News. Friday, 24 Jan 2020.
- Jacobs Alliance to Serve Australia's Cross River Rail Project
Jacobs Engineering Group (J) and its Unity Alliance partners are set to deliver services for the major Australian rail infrastructure
Zacks. Friday, 24 Jan 2020.
- 4 Mistakes to Avoid While Scaling Up Your Infrastructure
Migration from legacy systems done right is key to the future of your businesses.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 24 Jan 2020.
- Best Thematic ETF for 2020: Cloud, Internet of Things & More
Find out more about cloud computing, Internet of Things, video games and infrastructure
Zacks. Thursday, 23 Jan 2020.
- MOTs: More disruption at Northern Ireland test centres
The Department of Infrastructure
says customers should continue to turn up for MOTs unless contacted.
BBC News. Thursday, 23 Jan 2020.
- EU Parliament Greenlights EIB Gas Funding
The EU promised to stop funding gas projects. But lawmakers have decided lending to gas infrastructure
Forbes. Wednesday, 22 Jan 2020.
- US-China phase one deal is a 'disaster,' former senior economist at the White House says
The U.S.-China phase one deal does not address the structural
problems in their trade relationship, a panel of trade experts at the World Economic Forum said Tuesday.
CNBC. Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020.
- Boomers Exiting The Suburbs Could Help Transform Infrastructure And Land-Use Policy
Seniors developments in cities have been faring better than in the suburbs. A look at how this could transform infrastructure
and land-use policy.
Forbes. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Sky launches the ultra-fast 5G mobile internet to customers in 21 towns and cities
Sky piggybacks O2's system as it doesn't have its own infrastructure, leaving it lagging behind rivals Vodafone and EE, with 50 and 37 locations, respectively.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Advertisers beg Google not to kill Chrome cookies without a plan B, warning it could hurt start-ups
Advertiser trade groups say Google's plan to block third-party tracking cookies in Chrome would be a major disruption to the infrastructure
CNBC. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Building materials come alive with help from bacteria
New living building materials can grow and multiply -- and may help to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from infrastructure
in the future.
Science Daily. Wednesday, 15 Jan 2020.
- A new approach to making airplane parts, minus the massive infrastructure
Engineers have developed a method to produce aerospace-grade composites without the enormous ovens and pressure vessels. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 13 Jan 2020.
- Cyber crooks are using a major security flaw in the Mozilla Firefox web browser to hack users
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure
Security Agency (CISA) revealed the vulnerability could allowed criminals to seize total control of the browser.
Daily Mail. Friday, 10 Jan 2020.
- Puerto Rico Earthquake Aftermath Worsens; Government Overwhelmed
Puerto Rico is struggling to recover from a 6.4-magnitude earthquake that killed one person, injured nine others and severely damaged infrastructure
on the southwest coast.
Voice of America. Friday, 10 Jan 2020.
- Trump proposes easing up regulations for major infrastructure projects
During an event announcing the proposal, Trump was also asked about the Ukraine-bound plane that crashed in Iran.
CBS News. Thursday, 9 Jan 2020.
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