Tech Roundup - 01 July 2022
- Publish Date: Posted 9 months ago
- Author:by VANRATH
VANRATH rounds up the trending tech news stories this week
Hydrogen-powered lorry to be mass produced by Essex fleet operator
The 7.5-tonne truck can be driven for over 300 miles, according to Tevva. Diesel lorries will be banned in the UK by 2040 and the transport minister said hydrogen trucks will be "vital".
NHS App to offer video consultations by 2024
It is part of the government's plan for a digital revolution to speed up care and improve access while saving the health service time and money.
Apple's Google Maps rival wants you to ditch your car for an e-bike one day
Apple Maps – the iPhone manufacturer’s version of Google Maps – wants to get you out of your car and onto an electric bike - or e-bike - at least one day.
Artificial Intelligence not expected to lead to net job losses
A report from a Government advisory group has found that net job losses are not expected as a result of the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Irish banks’ Revolut rival to use Italian tech for mobile app
Synch Payments, the mobile app venture launched by major Irish banks to take on Revolut and N26, has appointed an Italian paytech company to be its platform and service provider.
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