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Canadian smart thermostat provider has launched a more affordable version of its ecobee3 thermostat that will still offer most of its main features.
The value of digital currency surged to a 10-week high on October 11, following the devaluation of the Chinese currency that led to a growing bitcoin demand.
Security remains the main issue within the IoT industry that need to be addressed, taking into account the recent hacking attack powered by compromised IoT devices.
The world’s leading payments company has announced the launch of its Identity Check Mobile service in European countries to allow customers pay with a fingerprint or selfie.
The US-based technology and innovation company has unveiled plans to expand its IoT capabilities with a new investment in its facilities in Munich.
Canadian mass media and intelligent information company is going to release a platform that will help developers provide access to ethereum smart contracts only for authenticated users.
Germany-based software producer SAP is planning to make a significant investment in the Internet of Things by 2020, thus expanding its footprint within the market.
Computing giant will be working with Bank of America Merrill Lynch on creating blockchain technologies to improve financial exchanges between enterprises.
A group of eight banks, including UniCredit, HSBC, and UBS, have finally tested a distributed ledger prototype for bonds exchange using Intel’s blockchain platform.
A number of the world’s leading banks have partnered to form Global Payments Steering Group, the first interbank group for payments based on the blockchain technology.
The program manager of Microsoft Azure’s blockchain engineering team, Marley Gray, has announced the initiative that will let customers to use fabric for building blockchain apps.
IBM announced a partnership with the Japan-based Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ to use the distributed ledger technology for the execution of contracts among business partners.
Keystone Capital Corporation has announced a license agreement with Overstock’s subsidiary to use its blockchain trading technology for offering trading account and brokerage services to investors.