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Uncertainty Phase Activated Due to Log4j Vulnerability

14 Dec 2021 Due to the Log4j vulnerability, the uncertainty phase of the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management was activated yesterday.

Zack Mossbergsson, left, and Mark Zuckerberg.

Zuckerberg Would Like to Visit Icelandverse: Video

12 Nov 2021 A new promotional video, made by the official tourism website for Iceland, Inspired by Iceland, has received much attention.

Flying Food: Prize for Drone Delivery

7 Oct 2021 The online home delivery service was yesterday awarded the SA Confederation of Icelandic Enterprise prize for the environmental initiative of the year.

Education Minister Lilja Alfreðsdóttir and Tim Cook, CEO of Apple.

Icelandic Education Minister Asks Apple for Help

23 Sep 2021 Icelandic Minister of Education Lilja Alfreðsdóttir has sent a letter to Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc., asking him for help in preserving the Icelandic language.

The ditch near the eruption site.

Eagerly Waiting for Lava Flow to Provide Answers

20 Aug 2021 An ditch has been dug in Nátthagi valley, near the Fagradalsfjall eruption site, Southwest Iceland.

Fagradalsfjall Eruption Seen from Space

9 Jul 2021 The volcanic eruption by Fagradalsfjall mountain in Southwest Iceland is being viewed from many different angles – even from space.

Specially designed vessels will transport the carbon dioxide.

Tons of CO2  to Be Shipped to Iceland

20 May 2021 The Icelandic company Carbfix and the Danish shipping company Dan-Unity CO2 have entered into an agreement for the transfer of CO2 to the Coda Terminal – a new CO2 mineral storage terminal in Straumsvík, Iceland.

Edda Sif Pind Aradóttir, CEO of Carbfix.

Carbfix to Build CO2 Storage Facility in Iceland

23 Apr 2021 Preparations are underway for the construction of a carbon dioxide (CO2) storage and disposal facility - the first of its kind in the world - in Straumsvík cove.

They are smaller than the buses currently used.

Self-Driving Buses in Iceland by 2023?

11 Feb 2021 By 2023, Jóhannes Rúnarsson, managing director of Strætó bus service, hopes to see self-driving buses in Iceland.

President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson and First Lady Eliza Reid attended the opening of the reading contest.

Software for the Survival of Icelandic

19 Jan 2021 Voice samples from Icelandic youth will be collected during the annual Grade School Reading Contest, which opened yesterday at Fellaskóli grade school in Reykjavík.

Ljósafoss hydroelectric power plant.

Will Hydrogen Be Produced in Iceland for Export?

23 Oct 2020 Landsvirkjun - the national power company of Iceland – and port authorities in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, have signed a declaration of intent regarding examining the potential for the export of green hydrogen from Iceland to Rotterdam.

Two Telecom Companies in Iceland Use Huawei Products

22 Oct 2020 Two out of three telecommunications firms in Iceland use Huawei products in their telecommunications systems.

Phase of Uncertainty Declared for Cyber Security in Iceland

10 Sep 2020 For the first time ever, CERT-IS, Iceland’s computer emergency response team, declared a phase of uncertainty for cyber security in Iceland yesterday.

Róbert Wessmann, CEO and founder of Alvotech.

Icelandic Biopharmaceutical Company Alvotech Signs Huge Contract with Teva

6 Aug 2020 A collaboration agreement, one of the largest business contracts ever made with an Icelandic company, has been signed between the Icelandic biopharmaceutical company Alvotech and Teva Pharmaceuticals.

Bleak Outlook for Icelandic in Outlook

29 May 2020 Microsoft has announced that it will no longer offer an Icelandic version of the Outlook app for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) at the end of June.




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