The Rundown Group 2: Science and Technology, Episode 3

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On this episode of The Rundown, host Dania Akkawi and producers Nada Mostafa and Heba Abdel Wahab are discussing the latest in science and technology.

Newly released iPhones were dissected and revealed to have chips from Intel and Toshiba.

State-backed hackers are still targeting the Gmail of US senators.

Siemens signs a contract to run 3 massive power plants in Egypt to help power electricity in various parts of the city.

For the interview segment, Akkawi interviewed Sherif El Kassas, a professor from Computer Science and Engineering department at the American university in Cairo (AUC), to learn more about hacking and internet safety.

For our ‘Another view’ segment, host Dania Akkawi interviewed Ana Julia De Oliveira from Middlesex University Dubai branch in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the use of technology in PR and marketing in the UAE.

Credits:
Music: Sleepless Nights by Anitek www.jamendo.com/album/93869/the-substance-affair
Image: Dania Akkawi
Professor Sherif El-Kassas https://www.aucegypt.edu/fac/sherifel-kassas

News gathered from:

1- AP NEWS:
https://www.apnews.com/bfeedaeedbe9473eacd6ee20d06e832d/State-backed-hackers-target-Gmail-of-US-senators,-aides

2- Egypt Independent:
https://www.egyptindependent.com/egypt-signs-contract-with-siemens-to-run-three-giant-power-plants/

3- Reuters:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-apple-iphones-teardown/dissected-new-iphones-reveal-intel-micron-toshiba-parts-idUSKCN1M11NS

Host: Dania Akkawi
@user-780341295
Producer 1: Nada Mostafa
@nadamostafa1
Producer 2: Heba Abdel Wahab
@heba-sami547542822

Release date:
30 September 2018


Source by Dania Akkawi

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