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  • Bakan Varank: 13 bin teşvik belgesi ile 357 bin kişiye istihdam sağlayacak 579 milyar liralık yatırımın önünü açtık
    on 29/01/2023

    SANAYİ ve Teknoloji Bakanı Mustafa Varank, "2022 yılında düzenlediğimiz 13 bin 653 teşvik belgesi ile 357 binden fazla kişiye istihdam sağlayacak yaklaşık 579 milyar liralık yatırımın önünü açtık" dedi.

  • Bakan Karaismailoğlu: 2022'de 138 bin 445 siber saldırı engellendi
    on 29/01/2023

    ULAŞTIRMA ve Altyapı Bakanı Adil Karaismailoğlu, 2022 yılında toplam 138 bin 445 siber saldırının engellendiğini açıkladı.

  • Cep telefonları ve teknoloji alışverişi için güvenilir bir adres
    on 24/01/2023

    Online alışveriş hiçbir zaman bu kadar kolay olmamıştı. Evet, aralarından seçim yapabileceğimiz çok sayıda seçenek var. Ama internette emniyetli ve güvenilir bir satıcı bulmanın biraz göz korkutucu olduğu da bir gerçek. Tüketiciler olarak, güçlükle kazandığımız paramızı saygın bir yerde harcamak istiyoruz. Ancak bu kadar çok seçenek mevcutken, hangi sitelere güveneceğimizi bilmek her zaman kolay olmuyor. Özellikle de söz konusu elektronik ve teknoloji ürünleri olduğunda…

  • MSI Stealth GS77 incelemesi
    on 23/01/2023

    Gündüz yoğun tempoda çalışan akşam da oyun oynayarak günün yorgunluğunu atmayı seven biriyseniz yüksek performanslı bir bilgisayara ihtiyacınız var demektir. Bu ihtiyacınızı karşılamak isteyen MSI Stealth GS77, ince tasarımına ek olarak yüksek performans vaad ediyor. Bu makalemizde MSI Stealth GS77’yi hem dış tasarım hem de performans bakımından inceleyeceğiz.

  • This Dutch startup wants to electrify industrial-scale machines
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on 31/01/2023

    The Netherlands-based Eleo is on a mission to accelerate the transition to a fossil-free future. How? Well, by providing high-tech batteries to the machines and vehicles most difficult to electrify. These mainly include industrial, off-highway machines in the construction, agricultural, and forestry sectors — but also cover electric mobility, ranging from cargo and last-mile delivery vehicles to vessels. Eleo started out as a student team at the Eindhoven University of Technology, and was founded in 2017. Since then it’s been designing and manufacturing in-house battery systems that boost a high level of performance and flexibility. Specifically, the startup offers modular…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Inside Europe’s high-tech scramble for better energy storage
    by Chris Baraniuk on 31/01/2023

    A “metal sock” in the ground stuffed full of hydrogen. Vats of scorching sand. Huge weights moving very, very slowly up and down old mineshafts. Is this the future of energy? This menagerie of strange machines and heat-retaining vessels is poised to emerge across Europe as the continent seeks ways of storing the surplus energy produced by renewables. The UK, for example, wasted half a billion pounds’ worth of wind energy in 2021 because it had nowhere to store it. Without such storage, electricity must be used at the very moment it is generated. As wind energy continues to go…This story continues at The Next Web

  • 5 top tips to land your dream tech job in 2023
    by Aoibhinn Mc Bride on 31/01/2023

    Whether you suddenly find yourself out of a job, courtesy of the recent wave of tech layoffs sweeping through the sector, or feel like you’ve outgrown your current position and are looking for a new challenge, firing off a generic CV and hoping for the best isn’t going to cut it. In fact, according to online resume builder Zety, only 10% of job applications result in interviews, and job seekers need to send between 30-50 resumes to get hired. That means honing your application skills is essential if you want to stand out and secure an interview that will hopefully…This story continues at The Next Web

  • UK startup develops device to combat tyre wear pollution
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on 30/01/2023

    Tyre wear is a major contributor to polluting microplastics — small particles which don’t biodegrade and tend to accumulate in the environment, leaking harmful toxins into the air and our waterways. And although there’s no respective EU regulation yet, a London-based startup has developed a device that can capture these particles. The Tyre Collective started out as a master’s project by three former students of the Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art, who founded the startup in 2020. It claims to have developed the first-ever device that captures tyre pollution. The team discovered that tyre particles are…This story continues at The Next Web

  • ‘A new way of doing artificial intelligence’: UK’s Mignon has a fresh proposition for AI on the edge
    by Martin SFP Bryant on 30/01/2023

    This story is syndicated from the premium edition of PreSeed Now, a newsletter that digs into the product, market, and founder story of UK-founded startups so you can understand how they fit into what’s happening in the wider world and startup ecosystem. The reignited excitement around the potential of AI as we hurtle into 2023 brings with it concerns about how best to process all the data needed to make it work. This is far from a new challenge though, and next-generation AI chips are being developed in labs around the world to address the challenge in different ways. One…This story continues at The Next Web

  • Quiet quitting is comforting — quitting is liberating
    by .cult on 30/01/2023

    This article was originally published on .cult by Luis Minvielle. .cult is a Berlin-based community platform for developers. We write about all things career-related, make original documentaries, and share heaps of other untold developer stories from around the world. Quiet quitting is a brand-new form of approaching the work-life balance. Contrary to what its name might suggest, quiet quitting doesn’t actually involve an official resignation from your job. It’s merely a transformation in how employees approach their work. The catalyst behind this movement is simple yet powerful: a generalized, overwhelming desire deep inside the minds of the new wave of…This story continues at The Next Web