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Tech News Weekly podcast 29: Favourite summer apps, Apple riddling iOS with backdoors, and is this the end of the Oyster card?

15 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Tech News Weekly podcast 29: Favourite summer apps, Apple riddling iOS with backdoors, and is this the end of the Oyster card?
On this weeks Tech News Weekly podcast from ITProPortal.com. Could the Oyster card and in fact, hard cash be soon removed from the London Underground? And was Apple helping the NSA on purpose?

Sustainable energy: Businesses blame prolonged green ignorance on recession

29 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Sustainable energy: Businesses blame prolonged green ignorance on recession
New research published by V1 reveals that a staggering 98 per cent of senior UK executives recognise the key role that clean energy is set to play in future business.

Increased smartphone use to coincide with higher greenhouse gas emissions

23 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Increased smartphone use to coincide with higher greenhouse gas emissions
If the technology industry continues to operate in the same manner it does today, the production of greenhouse gases will skyrocket, according to a new report.

Microsoft goes green with largest wind energy investment so far

15 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Microsoft goes green with largest wind energy investment so far
Microsoft has announced its "largest wind project to date" by committing to a 20-year power purchase agreement with a wind farm in Illinois that will see the firm buy 675,000MWh annually.

£169 energy monitor will save the UK £2.8b on energy bills

11 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
£169 energy monitor will save the UK £2.8b on energy bills
Smappee’s energy monitors claim to save each household around £110 a year on bills by monitoring where energy is being wasted and stops it from happening.

Smart cities have to be built around an opt-in model

04 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper & Marcus Michau
Smart cities have to be built around an opt-in model
ITProPortal spoke to Rashik Parmar about the increasingly pressing topic of smart cities, and why the next generation of urban connectivity will have to be built on opt-in models.

Eco Technology: How to create "An Economy That Works"

26 Jun 2014  by Alysia Judge
Eco Technology: How to create "An Economy That Works"
We need a brand new systematic approach to the economy, said Sir Ian Cheshire at this year’s Eco Technology Show in Brighton. Here's how.

What Google's acquisition of Nest means for the Internet of Things

04 Apr 2014  by Wayne Scott
What Google's acquisition of Nest means for the Internet of Things
Gilad Meiri, CEO of Neura speaks about his whitepaper entitled “The Internet of Things – Where is the inflection point?” and what conclusions to draw from the acquisition of Nest by Google.

Greenpeace slams AWS and Twitter for lacklustre green energy policies

03 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Greenpeace slams AWS and Twitter for lacklustre green energy policies
A report by Greenpeace revealed that Amazon Web Services is among the dirtiest companies when it comes to energy usage in its data centres across the globe.

Xerox looks back over 75 years of office innovation and considers the future of IT.

24 Feb 2014  by Wayne Scott
Xerox looks back over 75 years of office innovation and considers the future of IT.
Xerox discuss IT; it’s development and what it means to organizations in the current times of change. In particular how Xerox are helping business to manage paper out of their processes.

Rackspace breaks ground on UK green data centre

19 Feb 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Rackspace breaks ground on UK green data centre
The 130,000 sq ft data centre, built in conjunction with Digital Realty, will be built in Crawley, West Sussex and have 10MW of capacity across four different data suites.