CEO T.V. Narendran of Indian Tata Steel made a statement on the TV show Buitenhof, asserting that achieving a completely emissions-free steel plant is currently unfeasible anywhere in the world. He expressed scepticism regarding Tata’s ability to eliminate coal from their IJmuiden plant by 2030, as proposed by D66.
The Wall Street Journal reports, based on insiders, that an additional 6 euros might be added if users also want to use the paid version of Instagram. According to the business newspaper, Meta has presented these plans to European regulators as part of a shift to comply with stricter privacy legislation.
Bird enthusiasts are thrilled as several North American bird species that rarely, if ever, appear in Ireland are now being spotted there. They have arrived due to Hurricane Lee, which passed through Canada in mid-September.
Youtuber Maximum Fury has published a video demonstrating that Cyberpunk 2077 patch 2.0 runs 31.2 percent faster on Linux than on Windows 11. Both tests were conducted using the same PC build, featuring an AMD processor and AMD GPU.
Intel is commencing mass production of its Intel 4 process at Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland, today. This marks the first production process on European soil to utilize extreme ultraviolet lithography. To celebrate this event, the company is hosting a livestream at 1:45 PM European time, featuring Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger as a speaker.
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) and the inspection services will intensify their checks from October 1st on the presence of the tobacco whitefly in the export of potted plants to the United Kingdom (UK).
Researchers from SRON, the Dutch knowledge institute for scientific space research, have successfully identified super emitters of methane. These identified super emitters have a climate impact greater than that of the entire Ireland.
The video app TikTok has received a fine of €345 million for violating the privacy of children in the EU and is required to make adjustments within three months. This was announced by the Irish privacy watchdog on behalf of all EU regulators. The fine is imposed for violations during a period of five months in 2020.