Tech Roundup - 29th July 2022
- Publish Date: Posted 8 months ago
- Author:by VANRATH
VANRATH rounds up the trending tech news stories this week
World Cup to use drones to help protect stadiums
Man-to-man marking will be paired with drone v drone security at this winter's FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Facebook owner Meta reports first ever revenue drop amid lower advertising sales and competition from TikTok
The social media giant reported revenue of $28.8bn in the three months to June, down almost 1% from $29.08bn the previous year.
Twitter to 're-size' its Dublin office as part of global shift
The move will not result in any job losses, but it is understood it will involve the fourth floor of the office building being taken offline and sub-leased to another tenant.
Government will not ban new data centre developments in Ireland
The Government has confirmed that new data centre developments will not be banned in Ireland, amid concerns around their environmental impact and the pressure they place on the electricity grid.
Cost of living crisis drives workers towards hybrid working
New data has found 70% of workers believing hybrid work has helped them deal with rising costs, as they now spend less on food and transport to a physical office, by using home technology to do their job.
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