Apple will return excess heat from new data center to the heating system of the local community

There is no doubt that Apple is one of the greenest tech companies in the world, and it’s aiming towards being as eco as possible. Its next step in that direction comes in the form of an interesting way to power one of its new data centers and deal with the excess heat it will produce.

The new facility will be built in the Jutland region of Denmark, and it will be powered only by renewable energy. A portion of this energy will come from recycled farm waste.

Apple is working with Aarhus University on a system to process agricultural waste products with a digester, which in turn generates …


Netflix partners with India's leading carriers as it faces the heat from Amazon Prime Video

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Netflix is going all out to capture the Indian market. Its latest move signifies that it wants to reach “mass” viewers who are exposed to traditional television more than internet TV. 

The California-based video streaming major has announced partnerships with India’s leading telecom carriers and DTH (direct-to-home) service providers — Airtel Digital TV, Videocon d2h and Vodafone — that will give viewers access to Netflix content even without a smart TV or a Google Chromecast.

Here’s how. 

Airtel Digital TV will be integrating the Netflix app within its DTH service which has over 11 million subscribers.  Read more…

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