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Three MIT students in their early 20s created a technology that could draft predictive responses to emails. In May 2018 they proceeded to raise funds for their startup – EasyEmail. Around the same time Google held its annual conference in which it announced a feature similar to that of EasyEmail. The
By CCN.com: This week in crypto saw several interesting developments as regard exchanges exit scams and at least one failed ICO-funded company in the form of Giga Watt. Crypto Media Clings to Story of Russian Government Buying Bitcoin CCN Asks for Proof CCN started the week off by debunking a mythical
According to Investec CEO Hendrik du Toit despite U.S President Donald Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping not coming face to face at Davos this week the event is still encapsulated by their simmering economic battle. The chief of the global investment firm suggested that Davos represents a thrashing out of the coming ‘new world […]
Warner Bros. Philippines has just announced its genre-diverse movie lineup for 2019. The studio started the year with the release of the crowd-pleasing “The LEGO Movie 2” and goes into full gear with “SHAZAM!” “POKEMON Detective Pikachu” “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” “IT: Chapter Two” “Joker” “Doctor Sleep” and many more throughout the year. Learn …
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chair Jay Clayton has endorsed remarks made by his colleague William Hinman that Ether the cryptocurrency that operates on the popular ethereum blockchain is not a security.
If there were ever an opportunity for mischief this will be a supreme test.
Blockchain was picked apart at the MindChain conference this week where one prominent commentator said blockchain won’t make the world a better place and that it won’t be our saviour. Blockchain Won’t Make the World a Better Place One of Forbes’ ‘30 Influential Europeans Under 30’ Cornel Amariei took aim at blockchain which he said […]
Identity management has been problematic since the internet’s inception but there’s been a fever pitch of leaks and invasions of privacy over the last few years. Sensitive personal information – from addresses to passport numbers to GPS permissions – is now stored by dozens of third-party applications and websites. While it is legitimate even legally required that businesses carry out KYC procedures…
The CEO of what has been noted as Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange whose death is mired in controversy and whose widow says went to his grave with the sole password to access hundreds of millions of dollars may have wanted to exit his business before he died.