The truth about blockchain

Whilst it’s great to see so much excitement around the potential of blockchain, put simply, most of this is hype and there’s very little to truly invest in today.

Verisart Plans To Use The Blockchain To Verify The Authencity Of Artworks

Verifying the authenticity of a fine art work has become almost the raison d’être of the art world itself. Without either, an art work can be entirely worthless. For instance, in this year’s respected Hiscox Online Art Trade Report,

What You Need To Know About Zero Knowledge

Anonymity? Privacy? How quaint. We live in a world bedecked with ever more cameras, ever more sensors, ever more drones, ever more data, ever fewer things that can be hidden. TLS and Tor can hide your activities online, true — but, realistically, everything important you do, online or off,

Where I Went Wrong, Again

Dear readers: can you believe I’ve been writing this weekly column for four years now? Me neither. But I have, and it’s time for my annual self-flagellation piece, in which I iterate over my opinions and predictions of the previous year, trumpet my triumphs,

This Week On Blindspot, An App From The Evil Dark Web Will Make You Dead

On Blindspot, NBC introduces its viewing audience to the perils of the Internet! Punk hackerz, dangerous apps made in Hackathons, and words like “blockchain,” “database,” and “Perl” are invoked to explain how The Online is a scary place. But don’t worry,

The Greatest Investments Not Financed In 2014

Last year was a fun one to be in the business, generally, of evaluating and taking business credit risk, and the non-investment grade universe of companies and the venture sector, specifically, were no exception. The unambiguous commercial success demonstrated by companies like Airbnb, Uber,

A Great Reason to Not Buy Bitcoin: $5 Million Stolen Without a Trace

Bitstamp, a European web service that allows users to buy and sell bitcoin in exchange for "real" currencies like dollars or yen, was just taken for $5 million. Nobody knows by exactly whom, or exactly how it was done, and that's a big problem for the "future of money."Read more...

AI fails: why AI still isn’t ready to take your job

Howard Williams, marketing director at Parker Software, explores how recent artificial intelligence mishaps show that AI still isn’t ready to take our jobs just yet.

A GDPR storm is coming – are you prepared?

If you aren’t GDPR compliant you’re likely to be in some serious trouble in the next few months.

Amazon to add 1,000 UK jobs

Northern England, namely Manchester, is getting its first Amazon office.

Apple reportedly set to ditch Intel for Arm hardware

If it happens, it will happen in 2020 or 2021, new reports claim.

Scrutiny on the data supply chain

In the data supply chain, businesses within the financial services space need to understand and to audit what happens to the data across the process.

BlackBerry vs Facebook – a David vs Goliath conundrum

Earlier this year, BlackBerry sued Facebook in the US for infringement of multiple patents, relating to various aspects of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp & Instagram.

Know your audience – the people behind the data

Developing a deep understanding of customers behaviours and preferences is the key to unlocking your data potential says Stuart Robb, CEO and founder of Equiniti Data.

How can businesses take inspiration from the connected home?

It’s an opportunity rich area that more and more device manufacturers are trying to utilise and one that has endless possibilities – especially for those businesses that can learn from what has already happened within the connected home.

Superfinance – The merging of mind & machine in finance & procurement

Here, technology is used to consolidate and analyse all finance and procurement information. It also offers insights to the new generation of professionals in their decision-making process and tasks that require abstract thinking rather than computation.

Live chat for service differentiation

Implementing and using it correctly can be a key service differentiator that can deliver a competitive advantage. It also has several key advantages over other customer communication channels.

微软新广告:iPad太贵 Surface超值

不久之前有消息称,从购物季至今,Surface 2 平板电脑基本被抢购和预定一空,其真实原因在于微软控制 Surface 2 出货量,还在为积压的 Surface 1 的清仓让路,渠道源称 3 月份之后才会有新的货源。

Samsung Gear Fit: The Most Promising Wrist Wearable to Date

At Mobile World Congress 2014, Samsung didn't just double-down on its investment in wrist wearables, it tripled-down, with the unveiling of the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear FitSee also: Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo: Hands OnOf the three products,

15 Stunning Instagrams of the Eiffel Tower

Bon anniversaire, Eiffel Tower! The famous Parisian landmark is celebrating 125 years of being open to the public on Monday.Named after its designer, Gustave Eiffel, the monument is one of the most photographed icons in all of FranceSee also:

全球最大 Apple Store 明年 2 月於杜拜開業

全球最大的 Apple Store 原本是位於西班牙的馬德里,不過看來很快就會被打破。因為 Apple 已於阿聯酋展開招聘店員的工作,並將會於明年初在杜拜的阿聯酋購物中心,開設一間全球最大的 Apple Store。


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在CES大展上,东芝推出了四款Canvio系列新品,包括Canvio Connect II便携式移动硬盘,一款3TBCanvio Basics移动硬盘,以及Canvio AeroCast无线硬盘和Canvio Cast Wireless Adapter无线串流设备。


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This Newly-Discovered Class of Galaxies Shouldn't Exist

When you spot a galaxy in a telescope, you know it — galaxies are bright, dense collections of millions of stars, often in a spiral or orb shape, held tightly together by gravitational forces. But now scientists have discovered a new kind of galaxy, which they call “fluffy” and “wispy.

Intel 14nm Broadwell处理器桌面版秋叶原开卖

本月初的台北电脑展上,Intel正式发布可14nm Broadwell处理器桌面版以及移动高性能版。其中,桌面版只有两根“独苗”,分别是i7-5775C以及i5-5675C。这两款处理器均采用了LGA1150接口封装,搭载Iris Pro 6200核显,TDP均为65W。

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