October 22, 2022

Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant

Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant General Electric Company (GE) announced that its Power arm had won a contract to supply power generation equipment for Petro Vietnam. Supply Equipment for Vietnamese Power Plant Power Corporation’s Nhon Trach 3 and 4 combined cycle power plant from a leading Vietnamese engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) consortium. The 1.6 GW Nhon Trach plant is schedule to begin operations in 2025. It will supply

Recent AMD Graphics Processing Units

As told to NATHAN REIFF First appeared in print on May 19, 2022 AMD, short for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., is a company that designs and manufactures semiconductors and computer processors. In the second half of 2022, AMD plans to release GPUs based on the new RDNA 3 architecture. The company’s popular RDNA 2-based GPUs, optimized for efficient, high-performance gaming and similar applications, will be succeeded by RDNA 3-based products.

New Accessibility Features

People with Disabilities Will Have Access To New Navigation, Health, and Communication Tools Updates to Apple’s software will soon make it easier for people with different impairments to “browse, connect, And get the most out of Apple devices,” the company said on May 17, 2022. The company claims it has made significant strides in hardware, software, and machine learning to bring about forthcoming improvements. Later in 2022, Apple will release

Announces New Fire 7 Tablets

The first update in 3 years to Amazon’s super-cheap equivalent to the iPad mini. Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) announced, on May 18, 2022, its next-generation Fire 7 and Fire 7 Kids tablets. Available to purchase now with shipping to begin on June 29, 2022, pricing for these gadgets start at $59.99 and $109.99, respectively. Making them ultra-cheap rivals the iPad mini from Apple Inc. (AAPL). Exactly what the sales and profit

Edited by MARK KOLAKOWSKI Released on May 23rd, 2022

Since Amazon’s (AMZN) sales have slowed, the company has decided to reduce the warehouse space it occupies, which will save it around $10 billion in the first half of 2022. Allegedly, Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) wants to eliminate at least 10 million square feet of warehouse space and maybe as much as 30 million. When demand for online goods skyrocketed at the height of the COVID-19 epidemic, Amazon hurried to build

The data mining firm Cambridge Analytica is being sued

The attorney general of Washington, DC, has fil a lawsuit against the chief executive officer of Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms (FB) The data mining firm Cambridge Analytica is being sued. The data mining firm Cambridge Analytica is being the data mining firm Cambridge Analytica is being sue Edit by MARK KOLAKOWSKI Comes out on May 24, 2022 A new lawsuit relate to the Cambridge Analytica issue was filed against

Amazon's delivery drivers will sustain injuries

Increase in Amazon (AMZN) Delivery-Related Injuries Labeled an “Emerging Injury Crisis” According to a union-sponsored report, nearly 20% of Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) delivery drivers were injured on the job in 2021, up 40% from 2020. Third-party delivery services, lawmakers, and advocates for workers’ rights allege that Amazon puts production targets and other measures of efficiency ahead of driver safety. As a result, regulatory agencies like the U.S. Department of Labor

"Emerging Injury Crisis"

In 2021, almost 20% of Amazon’s delivery drivers will sustain injuries, a 40% increase from 2020. According to a union-sponsored report, nearly 20% of Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) delivery drivers were injured on the job in 2021, up 40% from 2020. Third-party delivery services, lawmakers, and advocates for workers’ rights allege that Amazon puts production targets and other measures of efficiency ahead of driver safety. As a result, regulatory agencies like

Government Contracts Despite Negative Reception

Numerous governments worldwide rely heavily on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Despite increased political scrutiny worldwide, Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) has won several lucrative government contracts worldwide, primarily for its Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing subsidiary. According to a recent assessment, the value of these long-term deals is in the hundreds of billions of dollars. One of the many complaints against the digital giant Amazon in the United Kingdom is that