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4 Techniques for Validating Enterprise Blockchain

Posted on 21st January, by Ed Moyle in News. Comments Off

There’s been a lot of hype about blockchain over the past few years. Nowadays though, there are signs that we may be on the cusp of moving from the “blockchain will solve all your problems” segment of the hype cycle into the “blockchain may be useful for a few targeted applications” segment. Utility-based Darwinism is at work — we’re starting to see the less likely applications fall away.

For Women Job Seekers, Networking Like a Man Isn’t Enough

Posted on 21st January, by Emily Dreyfuss in News. Comments Off

A new study finds that male and female job seekers need different kinds of peer networks to get ahead.

Photo Gallery: Think the Rust Belt Is Struggling? Welcome to Romania

Posted on 21st January, by Michael Hardy in News. Comments Off

Bucharest-born photographer Ioana Cîrlig documents the decline of former factory towns across the country.

Don’t Expect New ‘Star Wars’ Movies on Disney+

Posted on 21st January, by Graeme McMillan in News. Comments Off

Those films are made for theaters—and they’ll stay that way.

Thank the Old-Timey Telegraph for Your Garage Door Opener

Posted on 21st January, by Rhett Allain in News. Comments Off

The electric relay makes all kinds of household devices possible, but they don’t get much love. Until now!

Do You Need a Digital License Plate? One Startup Thinks So

Posted on 21st January, by Alex Davies in News. Comments Off

It can pay your tolls and display Amber Alerts and track your location. But at several hundred bucks a pop, maybe your EZ-Pass will do for now.

Always Too Hot or Cold? The Embr Wave Is Your Personal Thermostat

Posted on 21st January, by Matt Jancer in News. Comments Off

Press a button on this wrist-worn wearable to raise or lower your body temperature.

The VA Wants to Use DeepMind’s AI to Prevent Kidney Disease

Posted on 21st January, by Tom Simonite in News. Comments Off

Alphabet’s DeepMind artificial intelligence unit is mining data from Veterans Administration patient records, looking for clues to acute kidney injury.

More College Esports Players Are Cashing In Big Scholarships

Posted on 21st January, by Rebecca Heilweil in News. Comments Off

Nearly 200 US colleges are offering around $15 million per year in scholarships, and university teams can earn millions more in tournament prizes.

Mayku FormBox: Mold Your Next Work of Art With a Vacuum and a little Heat

Posted on 21st January, by Pia Ceres in News. Comments Off

Smaller than a microwave, the Mayku FormBox uses heat and suction to create precise molds out of plastic.