Daimler asked to recall hundreds of thousands of diesel vehicles

Germany’s federal transport authority KBA has ordered Daimler to recall hundreds of thousands of diesel vehicles for breaking emissions rules, the auto giant says Germany’s federal transport authority KBA has ordered Daimler to recall hundreds of thousands of diesel vehicles for breaking emissions rules, the auto giant said Friday. “We estimate that the recall will… read more »

Expanding the use of AI through the Internet of Things

Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Chengmo Yang is researching ways to support neural networks in low-power embedded systems in items such as smartphones by using emerging memory devices that can retrieve information even when powered off, and furthermore minimize errors in these emerging devices. Credit: University of Delaware If you have a smart… read more »

Deal struck to save London red bus maker: owner

Who could imagine London without them A deal has been brokered to save the manufacturers of London’s iconic red double decker buses from liquidation, the firm’s owner said Friday. “Following intensive overnight negotiations between the two parties agreement has been reached in principle over the sale of Wrightbus to Ryse Hydrogen,” Jeff Wright said. Ryse… read more »

Profits dip at India’s Infosys

India’s second-largest IT outsourcing firm Infosys on Friday reported a 2.2-percent dip in quarterly net profits, hit by slowing demand for its software services in Western markets. Net profit in the three months ending September came in at 40.37 billion rupees ($569 million), in line with estimates but lower than the 41.10 billion rupees reported… read more »