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Nokia has announced the launch of its Data Marketplace, a blockchain-based service providing real-time access to massive trusted datasets. Friedrich Trawoeger, VP of Cloud and Cognitive Services at Nokia, said: “Our customers need secure and trusted access to data for effective business decision making. With Nokia Data Marketplace, enterprises and CSPs can now benefit from... Read more » The post Nokia adopts blockchain to facilitate trusted sharing of data and AI models appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.
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The global TWS market increased 78% YoY in 2020 despite the pandemic and the slow down.
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Image: Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum May Fourth is informally the Star Wars Day holiday, which random brands typically use to hawk their wares. Although it’s not as bad as the promotions that come out of the woodwork on April Fools’ Day, I think I’m drawing the line at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum adding an X-wing Starfighter from Star Wars to its collection. The museum announced today that the famous ship would be going on display in 2022, via a prop loan from the Disney-owned production company, Lucasfilm. The Smithsonian says the X-wing in question is from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and will be displayed outside the museum’s Albert Einstein Planetarium after undergoing “conservation in the Restoration Hangar in the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.” ... Continue reading…
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Stocks represent part ownership of a public company. Investors earn returns through dividends and capital appreciation.
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SpaceX’s Crew-1 astronauts returned home on a Crew Dragon spacecraft on May 2, 2021, after nearly six months in space. Re-live their adventure in pictures.
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Overall fuel demand is down by about 7% from pre-covid level of April 2019, A.K. Singh, head of marketing at refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp told Reuters.
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As a recent college graduate myself, believe me when I say these are the college graduation gifts he will want.
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After a controversial blog post in which CEO Jason Fried outlined Basecamp’s new philosophy that prohibited, among other things, “societal and political discussions” on internal forums, company co-founder David Heinemeier Hansson said the company would offer generous severance packages to anyone who disagreed with the new stance. On Friday, it appears a large number of Basecamp employees are taking Hansson up on his offer: according to The Verge contributing editor Casey Newton’s sources, roughly a third of the company’s 57 employees accepted buyouts today. As of Friday afternoon, 18 people had tweeted they were planning to leave. Not long after Fried’s Monday blog post went public — and was revised several times amid public backlash... Continue reading…
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Ron Finley, a self-taught gardener and community activist, teaches you how to plant vegetables, compost scraps, and more in his MasterClass.
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When Vivo introduced the Vivo X60 series in China as the first devices carrying OriginOS, they’ve brought a set of neat surprises. The first Android ... The post MIUI 13 to allow users to expand RAM with virtual memory feature appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Tailwinds for commodities include coronavirus restrictions easing worldwide, on top of lower interest rates and a weaker dollar.
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The best camera is the one you always have with you -- generally the one inside your smartphone. We rounded up the best camera apps for your Android device.
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For people around the world, telecommunications services have become even more critical to everyday life since the outbreak of Covid-19. Communication networks have allowed many people to work from home and maintain social connection amid lockdowns and physical distancing. Healthcare and retail services have increasingly shifted online. Telcos have helped governments monitor and fight the... Read more » The post Telcos of the future: Six business models for the next era appeared first on Telecoms Tech News.
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New tool creates color on metal surfaces that can be changed, erased, rewritten
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Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge OnePlus has announced that it plans to bring new features, like an always-on display mode, a 12-hour watchface, and more to its new smartwatch with future software updates. The news came with the announcement of the Watch’s first software update after its release, which OnePlus says it’s starting to roll out. This release aims to fix the issues we experienced with heart rate and activity tracking, among other bugs. The lack of an always-on display was one of the ways we found the Watch to be lacking when we reviewed it, so it’s a standout feature among the planned updates. While that feature alone won’t make the device a great smartwatch, it will at least make it more useful as a timepiece. However, it will be interesting to see how... Continue reading…
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Want to keep an eye on your home for less money? We've got you covered.
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Apple has launched a new color option for the iPhone 12. The new purple iPhone color will be available for pre-order starting Friday April 23.
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Simple interest helps investors deduce how quickly their money will grow over time, and helps borrowers understand what they owe.
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The New York-based bank is planning to hire 2,300 people and grow assets under management to $450 billion in Asia
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In honor of its centennial, quick-service restaurant White Castle is updating its uniforms--and it hasn't forgotten its devoted fan base, known as Cravers. The new uniform was created by Telfar Clemens, founder of the Telfar fashion label. It includes a T-shirt, polo shirt, apron, visor and durag in light blue, royal blue or black. Each...
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