The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the world how quickly life can go from normal to chaos. Many are aching to return to a state of normalcy, but being forced to face one existential threat has a way of illuminating the very real dangers of humanity’s primary existential threat — climate change. Those who know that returning to old ways is not an option are using this pandemic as an opportunity to press the reset button. Businesses and individuals alike are reflecting on their actions and thinking about how to implement changes. As one of the major contributors of greenhouse gas emissions, it’s time for the auto industry to put the pedal to the metal and work towards real change, not just shallow benchmarks.
Thinking about where to move is a huge decision to make. It requires thorough research to find the perfect fit; the optimal location with all the right resources that will nurture your company and allow it to grow and develop into the best it can be. Whether you are starting a new business or relocating internationally, there are many things to consider when deciding how to choose your company’s global headquarters, such as economic trends, access to talent, marketing trends, and governmental support. Above all, you want to be in a location that enables you to grow quickly while maintaining an edge over your international competitors.
If we don’t analyze statistics for a living, it’s easy to be taken in by misinformation about COVID-19 statistics on social media, especially if we don’t have the right context. For instance, we may cherry pick statistics supporting our viewpoint and ignore statistics showing we are wrong. We also still need to correctly interpret these statistics. From Amsterdam to the world We’re taking our flagship tech event online – and you can attend for free TELL ME MORE It’s easy for us to share this misinformation.
Every day, more people are ditching gasoline-powered automobiles for plug-in vehicles, with purchases set to rise exponentially in the near future: recent forecasts show the global EV market is expected to reach 320M vehicles by 2040. Several factors are responsible for the upsurge in EV sales, with the need to reduce carbon emission at the top of most buyers’ concerns. Many drivers also believe that purchasing an electric vehicle will help them save all that money that would normally go into gas refills. Yet another benefit to going electric is the number of incentives out there that make these vehicles more accessible.
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Nvidia’s GeForce Now is one of the cloud gaming services that’s cropped up in the last year. While it is cool, we do understand if you don’t want to keep your subscription. Here’s how to lose it. New friends, no flights Our 15th annual flagship event is happening on the INTERNET I’M INTO IT GeForce Now differs from its competitors, like Google Stadia, in that it’s not a gaming storefront.
So you like our media brand Shift? You should join our Shift event track at TNW2020, where you’ll hear how data, autonomy, and connectivity are fueling the future of mobility. Countries around the world are making drastic changes to laws in an attempt to reduce their carbon footprint and become more environmentally conscious. Many countries, including the UK, are focussing on transport and the automotive industry. Utilizing more renewable energy and increasing dependence on electric vehicles should see a decline in carbon emissions. In 2018, transport accounted for 33% of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions. The UK has brought plans to ban the sale of new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars forward from 2040 to 2030.
My “wow” moment came when I picked up the Acoustasonic Stratocaster for the third time and finally plugged it into an amp. The first couple of times I noodled around with it I’d just played it acoustic. It sounds fantastic and it’s the most comfortable acoustic I’ve ever played. But a hollow-body Stratocaster can only make so much sense until you plug it in. I’m a beginning player. I started learning last year and I’ll be the first to admit that this particular axe is a bit too much guitar for me. I wasn’t sure what to do with the different voices or, if I’m being honest, exactly who this guitar was supposed to be for.
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. So… you want to delete yourself from TikTok, huh? Here’s how you do it. I can think of multiple reasons why you might not want to have a TikTok account anymore. Maybe you don’t approve of the parent company ByteDance‘s questionable rules with regards to disabled content creators. Maybe you’re leery of the app‘s reputation for being “spyware.” Or maybe you’re just not interested in TikTok content, your curiosity has been sated, and you’re ready to be done with the back.
When I was young, I always hated being named Dale. This is mostly because my primary image of what Dales looked like was shaped by Dale Gribble from King of the Hill, and also Dale Earnhardt Jr., the NASCAR driver.Dale Gribble image [credit], Dale Earnhardt Jr image [credit]Neither of these Dales fit my aspirational self-image. On the contrary, I wanted to be named Sailor Moon.