These days it seems like you can’t pick up a financial publication, go to a party or hang out at the water cooler without seeing or hearing something about blockchain. So what is blockchain, and how might
You have certainly heard of the blockchain revolution. Blockchain, cryptocurrency, and bitcoin are all over the news. You may be intrigued, you may be horrified, or you may feel some of both. But you afford
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Every year, I select the best books published over the past 12 month in several categories, culminating in my Best Business Books of the Year, which in 2016 will post on December 16th. Today's column the
The Ultimate Internet of Things Research Bundle The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to revolutionize and change the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been labeled as "the next Industrial Revolution" because of the way it will change the way people live, work, entertain, and travel, as well as how governments and businesses
Computer scientists have devised a digital crypto-currency in league with the Bank of England that could pose a devastating threat to large tranches of the financial industry, and profoundly change the
SAN FRANCISCO – The Internet of Things looms large at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, with a host of products and devices wired to send and receive information. They include everything from connected
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Gmail is one of the world's most powerful and well-built tech tools, but there are ways to make it even more amazing. Some features are hidden within Gmail itself -- through the Settings and Labs tab;
After recent conversations with Ayla Networks, I’m wondering if the “big dog” IoT Platform players, like PTC Inc.’s Thingworx, Cisco Systems, IBM, Zebra Technologies Corporation, etc., are really the to