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Amsterdam is the capital, and largest city in the Netherlands

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Caroline Donnelly
September 21, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
Latest quarterly datacentre market tracker data from DC Byte and Knight Frank suggests a shift in investment priorities for the hyperscale cloud giants could be on the cards
Natasha Lomas
September 13, 2021
TechCrunch
Uber has lost another legal challenge in Europe over the employment status of drivers: The Court of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, has ruled that drivers for Uber are employed, rather than self-employed contractors. The court also found drivers are covered by an existing collective labor agreement in the country -- which pertains to taxi drivers [...]
The Associated Press
September 13, 2021
CTVNews
A court in Amsterdam ruled Monday that Uber drivers fall under the Dutch taxi drivers' collective labour agreement -- meaning they are entitled to the same employment benefits as taxi drivers. Uber said it would appeal the ruling.
Natasha Lomas
September 13, 2021
TechCrunch
Uber has lost another legal challenge in Europe over the employment status of drivers: The Court of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, has ruled that drivers for Uber are employed, rather than self employed contractors. The court also found drivers are covered by an existing collective labor agreement in the country -- which pertains to taxi [...]
Mike Butcher
August 6, 2021
TechCrunch
While Amsterdam garners the lion's share of attention in the Netherlands tech ecosystem, the not-so-far-away region around Utrecht has its fair share of tech startups and investors, as is evidenced by our latest survey of locals, below. Area ecosystem wranglers such as StartupUtrecht, UtrechtInc, Holland Startup, Utrecht Community and others bring startups, scaleups, corporates, angels, [...]
Mike Butcher
August 6, 2021
TechCrunch
While Amsterdam garners the lion's share of attention in the Netherlands tech ecosystem, the not-so-far-away region around Utrecht has its fair share of tech startups and investors, as is evidenced by our latest survey of locals, below. Area ecosystem wranglers such as StartupUtrecht, UtrechtInc, Holland Startup, Utrecht Community and others bring startups, scaleups, corporates, angels, [...]
USA TODAY
July 23, 2021
USA TODAY
On July 15, the world's first 3D printed steel bridge created by the Imperial College London was unveiled in Amsterdam. It weights 4.9 tons.
Ishan Patra
July 22, 2021
The Hindu
The 12-metre-long steel structure will be a 'living laboratory' that will capture and transmit data on its health in real-time to show how it changes over its lifespan.
Caroline Donnelly
July 21, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
Latest quarterly datacentre market tracker report from DC Byte and Knight Frank shows demand for capacity across EMEA is holding firm and fuelling growth of secondary hubs
ANI
July 17, 2021
news.google.com
New Delhi [India], July 17 (ANI): Seems like it is throwback Saturday for Kareena Kapoor Khan as the diva took a trip down memory lane and treated fans with ...
July 16, 2021
The Indian Express
The 6-ton structure will be loaded with sensors that researchers at Imperial College London will use to monitor the bridge in real time and gauge how it reacts to being used by pedestrians.
Aleksandar Furtula
July 15, 2021
phys.org
Dutch Queen Maxima teamed up with a small robot Thursday to unveil a steel 3D-printed pedestrian bridge over a canal in the heart of Amsterdam's red light district.
By ALEKSANDAR FURTULA
July 15, 2021
AP NEWS
AMSTERDAM (AP) -- Dutch Queen Maxima teamed up with a small robot Thursday to unveil a steel 3D-printed pedestrian bridge over a canal in the heart of Amsterdam's red light district.Maxima pushed a green button that set the robot's arm in motion to cut a ribbon across the bridge with a pair of scissors.
Matthew Sparkes
July 15, 2021
New Scientist
The world's first 3D-printed steel bridge has opened in Amsterdam. It was created by robotic arms using welding torches to deposit the structure of the bridge layer-by-layer using 4500 kilograms of stainless steel
Science X staff
July 13, 2021
phys.org
Over the past two years, the municipality of Amsterdam, Utrecht University and Google have collaborated on Project Air View, in which the Amsterdam air quality was measured by two Street View cars with special measuring equipment. These maps have now been shared with the world for the first time. They show that motorized traffic can increase the concentration of ultrafine particles, soot and nitrogen dioxide in busy streets up to 3 times compared to quieter streets. The maps and data can be accessed via the websites of Google's Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) and Utrecht University.
Caroline Donnelly
July 9, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
Dublin's standing as Europe's second-biggest datacentre hub could be on potentially shaky ground as Ireland's electricity infrastructure creaks under the pressure of so many power-hungry server farms plugging into the national grid
June 25, 2021
Geekologie
Using AI, Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch' has been restored to its original size after it was cut down in 1715 to fit at Amsterdam's city hall. The top image is a copy of the painting by Gerrit Lundens which...
By Cristina Criddle
June 23, 2021
BBC News
The canvas was trimmed in 1715 to fit between two doors in Amsterdam's city hall.
Mike Butcher
June 19, 2021
TechCrunch
Our survey respondents said Eindhoven might not immediately spring to mind as a high-tech hub, but the Netherlands city is keen to position itself as a center for deep tech in Europe.
Mike Butcher
June 19, 2021
TechCrunch
Our survey respondents said Eindhoven might not immediately spring to mind as a high-tech hub, but the Netherlands city is keen to position itself as a center for deep tech in Europe.
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