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Zoom outage leaves entire country in chaos during lockdown

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A major outage on Zoom has mean chaos for thousands of students unable to connect to video conferences in lockdown

Zoom crashed this morning across Australia, causing chaos for students and workers who are studying and working from home.

Over the past year, more than one million students have signed up to use the platform.

Zoom has 19 data centres globally, including one in Sydney and Melbourne. These were the cities that the outage affected worst.

Zoom outages reported in the last 24 hours on Monday August 23, 2021. Picture: Down Detector

It appears as though Zoom has since resolved the outages.

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Technician shortages loom for EV industry

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Can the supply of skilled EV technicians live up to demand?

The Auto Report provides comprehensive insights of developments in the rapidly evolving world of mobility. The program delves into pertinent trends shaping the automotive landscape.

Hosted by esteemed industry figures Matt Hobbs, CEO of Motor Trades Association of Australia and Mike Costello of Cox Automotive.

In this episode, Mike & Matt are joined by CEO of the Mining and Automotive Skills Alliance, Gavin Lind. #auto report

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China EV maker NIO reveals advanced battery swapping solution

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Since 2018, Chinese EV manufacturer NIO has emerged as a leading advocate for battery-swapping.

Battery swapping, also known as battery switching, is a technology for electric vehicles where a discharged battery pack can be quickly exchanged for a fully charged one, providing an alternative to recharging the vehicle at a charging station.

Mike Costello from Cox Automotive joins to discuss all the latest EV updates.

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Microsoft recalls ‘Recall AI’ feature over security fears

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Microsoft has announced a postponement in the release of its new Recall AI feature, citing significant security concerns raised during internal testing.