Australia to go almost cashless by 2024

In a growing worldwide trend, Australia is forecast to be almost cashless by 2024. The report from financial payment giant FIS, estimates a staggering 98% of money transactions in Australia to be cashless in as little as three years.  The trend in preference for cashless payment solutions is one that was already on the rise… Continue reading Australia to go almost cashless by 2024

Global shortage of semiconductors predicted to last until 2023

It is not just those who work in the tech industry, but equally unhappy customers who are suffering with this latest shortage of semiconductor computer chips. Unfortunately for those who have had to wait longer or pay more as a result, this world wide shortage looks unlikely to end soon. Experts have now predicted the… Continue reading Global shortage of semiconductors predicted to last until 2023

China fines tech giant Alibaba for monopolising

In a monumental case this month, the Chinese multinational tech giant Alibaba has been fined a historic $2.8 million United States Dollars (roughly 18.2 billion Chinese Yuan) by the Chinese government. The tech giant has been penalized by the Chinese government for monopolizing and abusing its market dominance. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is part of… Continue reading China fines tech giant Alibaba for monopolising

Australia’s vaccine roll out in decline

Australia is seeing worrying figures in the decline in individuals taking the government up on their offer of a coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine. The deadly coronavirus, which first began to spread around the world in December 2019, hence the name, has reached an all time critical level around the world causing a full blown global crisis.… Continue reading Australia’s vaccine roll out in decline

Deceased Samsung Electronics chairman to pay over $10 billion in tax

Lee Kun-hee was born quietly on the 9th January, 1942, in Uiryeong-gun, South Korea. No one could have known then the impact this man would make on the future of the world, transforming our lives through our interaction with technology. The world has seen exponential growth in how we use technology, and it has seeped… Continue reading Deceased Samsung Electronics chairman to pay over $10 billion in tax

USA approves AstraZeneca vaccine

There has been a growing protest from certain groups against vaccination from the coronavirus that stems from a general anti-vax protest movement that has been manifesting over the past few years in particular.  Whilst success such as the global eradication of Polio and the vast reduction in other childhood diseases such as Measles, Mumps and… Continue reading USA approves AstraZeneca vaccine

Samsung warns of global computer chip shortage

Changing consumer habits due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 global pandemic have seen consumer habits around the world altered. Not only causing tragic social consequences, where reports have been of people dying en masse and being separated from loved ones, but terrible economic ones also.  Nation’s economies around the globe have taken a stunning hit… Continue reading Samsung warns of global computer chip shortage

ByteDance New York Stock Exchange listing revealed as false

News that the Chinese multinational internet technology company ByteDance was to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) caused a media frenzy last week. These claims have now however been debunked by a reputable source who told Reuters media company after a request for comment. As a result ByteDance is making global news… Continue reading ByteDance New York Stock Exchange listing revealed as false

1 in 5 Australians say they are unlikely to get COVID-19 vaccination

The COVID-19 global pandemic continues to make global news headlines as the rollout of vaccinations against the coronavirus attempts to go worldwide. As cases continue to rise and fall around the world as mutant strains of the virus manifest and spread, it is becoming clearer and clearer that there needs to be a unified worldwide… Continue reading 1 in 5 Australians say they are unlikely to get COVID-19 vaccination