USA · 10. August 2020
The problem is compounded by businesses radically expanding the number of sensors and remote monitors it uses to manage overhead lights in corporate offices and detailed manufacturing processes in factories. Governments, too, are getting into the act – cities, especially, want to use new technologies to improve energy efficiency, reduce traffic congestion and improve water quality. As the world increasingly buys and installs smart devices in their homes, all those cheap interconnected devices...
USA · 09. August 2020
The history of the electric car goes back 200 years Our individual mobility should become cleaner and more sustainable. The greatest source of salvation is above all e-mobility, which is the focus of progress-oriented augurs. It seems as if electrically driven cars are new, exotic, innovative - but looking at the history shows: Actually, the e-car is cold coffee, which is now warmed up to bring the ecological change. (Picture: One of the once great manufacturers of the early electric car boom...
USA · 18. May 2019
New US measures that restrict exports to Huawei could cost Silicon Valley billions in lost revenue. The world's biggest telecommunications equipment supplier and No. 2 smartphone seller relies on dozens of American tech companies for key components.
USA · 04. April 2019
US urges France not to tax American tech firms as competition with China heats up. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged his French counterpart not to slap a digital services tax on US tech companies. The warning comes as the US and China compete for technological dominance in Europe.
USA · 09. March 2019
Slap on the face for Customs Policy by Donald Trump. Despite President Donald Trump's tariff policy, the deficit in the US trade balance in December has risen to its highest level in over ten years