As for blockchain, the database technology developed to underpin digital currency bitcoin, WEF believes it will become the "beating heart" of financial services in the next few decades. The r... Read More
3. Internet of Things will be a $400 billion market by 2019. That's where all kinds of objects get sensors, apps and join the internet.
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Google’s cloud customers can also tap into the power of the TPU chips, if they’re running applications that can benefit from the chips, Greene said. Google claims TPUs can handle machine learning ... Read More
Running a business today means contending with technologies that sound like plot devices from a comic book. Gene editing, artificial intelligence, voice-powered digital assistants—these are the unli... Read More
Op-Ed: Bitcoin is more akin to the Nasdaq than gold and is not a safe haven asset
"I wish I'd invested in bitcoin," is a response I usually hear when I tell people how much they could have made off the cryptocurrency if they bought it at the start. Just to be clear, if you bought $
Bitcoin SegWit Activation August 1: New Bitcoin Improvement Protocol
A new Bitcoin improvement protocol (BIP) has surfaced from the Core mailing list which includes Barry Silbert’s scaling solution. The yet unnumbered BIP proposes a user-activated soft fork (UASF)
BITPoint Plots Bitcoin Payments in 100,000s of Japanese Stores
Japanese bitcoin startup BITPoint is in discussions with a payment terminal operator to integrate bitcoin payments, a move that could see hundreds of thousands of Japanese retail storefronts to accept
Is The PBOC Stopping The Music On Bitcoin?
I suspect that's why gold is finally beginning to move today, up almost 1%, and among the biggest movers of the day as we head into the long holiday weekend--an indication of some money moving to gold