Charleston-area restaurants are back to business after Hurricane Ian | Hurricane Tel

Hurricane Ian, the first hurricane to hit South Carolina since Matthew in 2016, left Charleston-area restaurants largely unscathed. Most, including those located in flood-prone areas, were able to reopen on October 1. Little Line Kitchen & Provisions in downtown Charleston at 176 Line St. reopened for breakfast on October 1, just 12 hours after large … Read more

Max Verstappen: Lando Norris hails Red Bull F1 driver as one of the fastest ever as he closes in on second title

Lando Norris speaks exclusively to Sky Sports F1 ahead of the Singapore GP where Max Verstappen could win the title; Watch the whole weekend live on Sky Sports F1, starting with Friday practice at 10.30am; The race on Sunday at 1 p.m Last updated: 29/09/22 6:14 am Please use the Chrome browser for a more … Read more

Investing in workforce recruitment and technology deployment

Hourly workers are an integral part of the American workforce, so getting these new hires up and running as quickly as possible is vital to the businesses that hire them. Technology is the key to streamlining the recruiting and onboarding process. Recognizing the importance of this technology, Nationwide is making a venture capital investment Workflow, … Read more

Charleston area business, school, government closes ahead of Hurricane Ian | Hurricane Tel

schools Charleston County schools will be closed on Thursday and Friday with e-learning days for students. Dorchester District II schools and district buildings will be closed Thursday and Friday with eLearning days for students. All after school activities are cancelled. Berkeley County schools will be on a half-day schedule on Thursday and have an eLearning … Read more

Crypto can support capital markets, BoE’s Cunliffe says

The technology that underpins crypto could help strengthen traditional capital markets, according to the Bank of England. “The bigger impact on the financial system could come from the transfer of technologies developed in the crypto world to the ‘real’ world,” Deputy Governor Sir John Cunliffe told a Financial Markets Association in Europe conference on September … Read more

Mercedes’ long F1 wait: Can Lewis Hamilton or George Russell end 2022 with a final six-race drought?

As Mercedes continue to search for victory amid a difficult year, Sky F1’s Mark Hughes assesses their outlook for the final six races, starting with this weekend’s Singapore GP; Lewis Hamilton has won a race in all of his 15 years in Formula 1 so far Last updated: 28/09/22 6:05am Lewis Hamilton has six more … Read more

News: Using quantum technology to secure communications 27 September 2022

Innovative projects led by scientists from NATO and partner countries are breaking new ground to harness the power of quantum to make communications impossible to intercept and hack. The application of these quantum technologies in the security and defense sectors could help future transmission of information, protecting it from increasingly advanced hacking systems and contributing … Read more

Detroit councilman criticizes colleagues for delaying vote on ShotSpotter technology | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

click to enlarge Courtesy photo ShotSpotter Incident Review Center. The Detroit City Council postponed a vote Tuesday on expanding controversial surveillance technology for the police department. A majority of council members said they did not support using more than $7 million in federal pandemic relief funds on ShotSpotter, a technology that relies on a network … Read more

Health experts are urging masking to slow the next wave

New York is entering its third pandemic winter with the fewest public health rules in place since COVID-19 brought a citywide shutdown in March 2020. Mayor Eric Adams waived vaccine requirements for private employers and for public school students participating in extracurricular activities. Gov. Kathy Hochul this month ended the mask requirement on public transportation. … Read more