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How company culture made this man’s move from California to Dublin easier

Siliconrepublic.com spoke to Arturo Ruvalcaba, an audit advisory manager in Viasat, about his experiences of moving from San Diego to Dublin. Arturo Ruvalcaba is an audit advisory manager in Viasat, Dublin, but he’s only been living in the city for about three months. He moved from San Diego in California to join the company’s in-flight …

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Vaping and e-cigarettes: What the research says

An increasing number of countries are banning e-cigarettes. Queen’s University Belfast’s Prof Lorraine Martin and Dr James Reihill explain why. The White House recently announced plans to ban flavoured e-cigarettes – except for tobacco-flavoured products – because of a rise in the number of middle and high-school students using these products. A few days later, …

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Is flexibility and remote working really all it’s cracked up to be?

New research from Airtasker weighs up the pros and cons of remote working, after surveying more than 1,000 employees in the US. Productivity platform Airtasker recently published findings on its research into the benefits of remote working. It surveyed 1,004 full-time employees across the US, half of which complete their work outside of an office setting. …

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U.S. Government Investing in AI Research

The U.S. has been at the head of AI research since its inception but, in recent years, China has made significant headway and narrowed the gap. Now, according to a report in U.S. News & World Report, non-military AI research is set to get a significant boost by the U.S. government. In fact, in the …

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Stunning GIFs of Hurricane Dorian from space reveal its immense power

Hurricane Dorian is one of the largest storms of its kind in the region for years, and now its power has been captured by cameras in orbit. Hurricane Dorian’s immense power has been laid bare by spectacular moving satellite imagery. Meteorologist Dakota Smith used images taken by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s GOES-16 …

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US hack attack hobbles Iran’s ability to target oil tankers, NYT says

Enlarge / Commercial oil tanker AbQaiq in 2003. Hackers working for the US government wiped out a database and computer systems that Iran’s paramilitary arm used to plan attacks against oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, The New York Times reported on Wednesday. The attack occurred on June 20, the same day that President Trump …

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US receives 130 licence requests to sell to Huawei despite blacklist

US companies are still eager to sell products to Huawei as tensions between China and the US continue to escalate. On Wednesday (28 August), Reuters reported that the US Department of Commerce has received more than 130 applications from companies seeking licences to sell US goods to Huawei, according to sources. This comes just two …

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