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Salesforce to enter Blockchain

Salesforce to enter Blockchain

World’s largest Enterprise Software Providers Salesforce has said that it is interested in providing blockchain and cryptocurrency solution later this year. Marc Benioff, Chief Executive Officer... Read more

Cryptocurrencies on the Blockchain is Vulnerable to Attacks, but not “Data”

Cryptocurrencies on the Blockchain is Vulnerable to Attacks, but not “Data”

The blockchain technology is being used to protect data from being tampered. Even though the data serves an important component of most businesses today, yet ensuring that data remains safe, secure, p... Read more

WeDoctor for Better and More Convenient Healthcare Treatment – Liao's Ambition

WeDoctor for Better and More Convenient Healthcare Treatment – Liao's Ambition

The Chinese Healthcare company WeDoctor, founded by Jerry Liao Jieyuan in 2010, wants to become the Amazon of Healthcare. WeDoctor was a startup that helped people to book consultations with doct... Read more

Oracle believes over 90% humans would trust orders from AI robot

Oracle believes over 90% humans would trust orders from AI robot

Oracle has a big stake in developments when it comes to the landscape of AI. Recently though it conducted a survey that included 1,320 people. The study was conducted to see how people respond to the ... Read more

The Curious Case of Berkshire and Technology

The Curious Case of Berkshire and Technology

Warren Buffet, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Holdings said recently that “I made the wrong decisions” when he passed up the opportunity to invest in Amazon and Google. He has long... Read more

Dapp in Smartphones by the end of this year, says Holden

Dapp in Smartphones by the end of this year, says Holden

The Blockchain and the dapps today face the same dilemma what Apple faced a decade ago. Apple had to develop killer apps for their devices to make users buy an iPhone. The Dapps or the decentralized a... Read more

“We refuse to contribute to tools violating human rights” – Amazonians

“We refuse to contribute to tools violating human rights” – Amazonians

Employees of Amazon took CEO Jeff Bezos in a letter, demanding the company to end the sale of facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The letter was written by more than a hundred e... Read more