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J.P. Morgan to launch a U.S. dollar-backed cryptocurrency

JPM Coin, the first of its kind from a major bank, will initially be used to transfer funds over a blockchain network internally and between internationally between institutional clients.

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IBM and the future of digital assistants: Building superhumans

The IBM Think Conference showcases some fascinating human enhancements that will shortly begin our evolution from human to hybrid-human to and beyond. It’s a fast-approaching future where we are individually more capable, and far less...

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What’s the enterprise business case for Apple Watch?

Apple Watch as a platform offers a range of opportunities for imaginative business models, including delivery services and retail marketing.

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Next generation of unicorns, 5G is coming soon, and Czech Republic eyes Huawei | TECH(feed)

5G networks are coming soon, but what obstacles will companies face while building the necessary infrastructure? And what will be the next start-up to reach unicorn status? All that and more on today’s episode of TECH(feed).

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Ericsson growth focuses on Cellular IoT evolution

Ericsson is focusing their growth strategy going forward on the wireless evolution of Cellular IoT and 5G. Will their four-point growth plan lead to a home run or a strike out?

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IoT and retail tech pushes envelope in 2019: TECH(talk)

What's ahead for Internet of Things technology in 2019? Prepare for more location-based advertising, warehouse robotics, and concepts such as the no-line, no-checkout Amazon Go store.

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Slack preps for IPO, Google's quarterly report, false information threats | TECH(feed)

Slack preps for IPO, Google’s quarterly report, and how the spread of false information online could be a threat to all of us. All that and a bit more on today’s episode of TECH(feed).

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Apple’s missing AirPower may be hurting wireless charging industry

While wireless charging is expected to take off during the next decade, Apple's failure to ship its AirPower device in 2018 could be having a chilling effect on the industry.

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Enterprise mobile management: Where do we go from here?

Traditional mobile management is dead. There is a new era of device management coming, and you better get ready for it.

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How Nuance is blazing a path to a smarter Siri

Nuance’s recently announced Project Pathfinder solution gives us a glimpse at Siri’s smarter future.

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Facebook and Apple feud, Amazon's retail revenue growth slows | TECH(feed)

Today's episode delves into Amazon's revenue, Facebook and Apple's dispute, and more.

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What's ahead for cybersecurity in 2019: TECH(talk)

J.M. Porup, senior writer at CSO online, joins Juliet on this week's episode of TECH(talk) to discuss trends in ransomware, IoT security and enterprise cybersecurity roles.

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What is IFTTT? How to use If This, Then That services

With 11 million users running more than a billion applets a month, IFTTT hopes to become a service that connects pretty much everything — though some users say it still has room for improvement.

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Q&A: MIT prof talks about teaching blockchain – and who's learning

Abel Sanchez is one of two instructors teaching the Applied Blockchain course at MIT, one of many universities with courses on the distributed ledger tech. While about half the students can code, others have never coded a line in...

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Apples sales drop and Google gets dinged by the EU, again

Today's episode explores blockchain payments, smartphone sales and Google's fine from the European Union.

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Sharding: What it is and why many blockchain protocols rely on it

Sharding could be the key to allowing blockchains to scale, while maintaining the privacy and security features that make the distributed ledger technology so hot. But there are hurdles that need to be addressed.

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Linux’s Hyperledger to give developers supply chain building blocks

Grid, a new project from the Linux Foundation, will offer developers tools to create supply chain-specific applications running atop distributed ledger technology.

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MIT, Stanford and others to build blockchain payments network to rival VisaNet

Seven universities are collaborating to create a blockchain-based online payment system that will solve issues of scalability, privacy, security and performance, enabling up to 10,000 transactions per second

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