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Mozilla’s Things Gateway paves way for secure, decentralized IoT 

Mozilla, the Firefox maker, announced an open framework of software and services, using which anyone can create an open gateway to control IoT devices. Internet of Things (IoT) has been rapidly gaining ground for last few years, but every vendor who ...

Lino building video streaming app using blockchain technology 

Lino, a California-based startup, is building a video distribution network with blockchain technology, which will increase the efficiency of content value, and directly reward the contributors. The company raised $20 million fund in a private token s...

Bitcoin price drops below $9000, following cryptocurrency ban in India 

The price of Bitcoin fell below $9000, causing a loss of more than $100 billion in just 24 hours, when India announced ban on cryptocurrencies. The current price of Bitcoin, as per Coindesk, is $8135, which is less than half of what it was fetching j...

Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0 now generally available for enterprises 

Hyperledger community has finally released Sawtooth 1.0, the modular platform for enterprises to build, deploy and run business blockchains. Hosted by The Linux Foundation, Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort used to advance the blockc...

Biometrics authentication is future of identity authorization: IBM Study

A recent global study by the IBM Security has revealed that $112 billion has been stolen through identity fraud in the last six years, equating to around $35,600 lost every minute. People have been confirming their identities to access valuable servi...

Global smartwatch market predicted to touch $30 billion by 2025: PMR report

The global smartwatch market is predicted to touch $30.811 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 16.6% during the forecast period 2017-2025, as per a report by Persistence Market Research. A smartwatch is simply a smartphone which can be worn as a ty...

Dell’s partnership with Meta to enable enterprises innovate and adopt augmented reality applications 

Dell has partnered with Silicon Valley based company, Meta, becoming the first reseller to deliver Meta 2 Augmented Reality (AR) Development kit to commercial customers. It will help them innovate and leverage AR technology to advance their business ...

Verizon to use Samsung’s home routers for 5G commercial launch

Samsung, on Wednesday, announced that Verizon is going to use Samsung’s Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) network solutions to roll out initial 5G network commercial services. The FWA is a low cost and performance optimized wireless service to deliver broa...

Verizon, Qualcomm and Ericsson jointly demo 5G interoperability  

The telecommunication firm Verizon, this week, completed a successful FDD Massive MIMO connection trial for 5G on a ‘fully compatible customer device’, in collaboration with Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies. Although this sounds like highly technic...

Blockchain evolving, project development rises from 1 percent in 2010 to 11 percent in 2017 on Github: Deloitte report

Technological evolution and its impact on the human beings has been a debatable topic for ages. The technologies without which we cannot imagine our lives today have evolved from their basic states to what we know them today.For example, smartphones ...

Qualcomm acquires Scyfer to accelerate AI research

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. – a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, recently announced the acquisition of Scyfer B.V. a University of Amsterdam affiliated company, to forward its AI research. Scyfer is a Netherland based startup that makes AI soluti...

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