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A new cartoon produced over the weekend shows a potential downside view of where the “smart” technology is all headed.
IBM announced a strategic partnership with China’s UnionPay Bank and a US$200 million investment in its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) headquarters to fund various Blockchain developments.
Can Blockchain help us use our everyday infrastructure better? Is it the best invention since the internet itself?
IOTA that was in BETA testing is now being launched real time.
Riddle&code, a blockchain-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider entered into a strategic partnership with innogy Innovation Hub to embed data of physical products produced using the 3D printing technology onto a blockchain network.
Can Blockchain lead to a massive threat to privacy and security in the near future?
One of the biggest challenges if we want to secure the Internet of Things centers on identity. Specifically: how will we go about getting billions or hundreds of billions of intelligent devices to connect and communicate with each other securely?
A Samsung Artik cloud network and blockchain-based IoT service provider riddle&code announced the official release of tagtok, short for Tag and Token, which transforms physical objects into Blockchain nodes.
In today’s digital age, there are many people on the quest towards the Internet of things (IoT). Now, a new micro-transaction crypto-token called IOTA looks to facilitate the architecture involved with IoT.
Day four of Ethereum Devcon1 consisted of a showcase of the many different DApps that are being developed.
A survey released by the World Economic Forum (WEF) suggests that “Distributed Financial Technology” will go mainstream in 12 years.
Megabank's venture capital fund, argues that banks and fintech startups need to collaborate in order to "reboot" the global financial services industry and trigger the 'Fintech 2.0' revolution.
The cost of data breaches as a result of cybercrime will rise to US$2.1 trillion globally by 2019 as a result of the rapid digitization of consumers’ lives, according to research from market analyst firm Juniper Research.
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