Polkadot enables transfers across different blockchains, exciting some investors who anticipate that future custom blockchains will need to link up.
The 27 EU member states, including France, Italy, and Germany, made the decision to allow nonessential travel from the US soon, multiple reports said.
Plus: Alleged Trickbot developer cuffed by US agents In brief The outgoing head of Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad has suggested that Stuxnet wasn't the only spanner in the works his agency put into Iran's nuclear programme.…
Here's when you can watch Loki episode 2 on Disney Plus this Wednesday, and a full release schedule of every episode coming to the service over the next five weeks.
Inflation concerns eased as commodities including copper, lumber and nickel fell and investors waited for the Federal Reserve's next meeting.
Bailey has emerged as a prominent critic among central bankers of the coins.Less than a month ago, he said there was a danger of 'getting carried away' with financial innovation
We can all agree that starting and running a startup is risky business. From finding financing to creating your first product. Going from initial point A to point B is difficult in any journey and ultimately there is only that one thing that can make it happen – your team. But how can a startup compete for programming talent against household names in the industry, like Google and Apple? The core driving force of any functioning business is of course its people. In the AI industry in particular, many startups struggle to win over talented developers, which often get snatched…This story continues at The Next Web
We have heard that the South Korean tech giant is going to hold an Unpacked conference around mid-August. And as there are too many much-rumored ...
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Reliance Power Ltd board approved the preferential issue of shares and warrants to Reliance Infra at ₹10 per share.The shareholding of Reliance Infra and promoter group in Reliance Power will increase to 25% after the issue of equity shares
Productivity analytics startup Time is Ltd wants to be the Google Analytics for company time. Or perhaps a sort of “Apple Screen Time” for companies. Whatever the case, the founders reckon that if you can map how time is spent in a company enormous productivity gains can be unlocked and, money better spent. It’s now […]
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It’s been just a little over five years since Overwatch launched – its fifth anniversary came at the end of May – and while a lot of fans are probably looking forward to the eventual arrival of Overwatch 2, today we learned that the first game is about to get a big update. Blizzard has confirmed that Overwatch will soon … Continue reading
Instamojo’s platform will also include a Do it for Me (DIFM) feature where its tech team will take charge of building a merchant’s website to provide a hassle free experience
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Described as 'the world's first floating pool,' the stunning Sky Pool has a transparent floor and is located between two residential buildings.
For Wiley, the endorsement could provide a boost over her most direct rivals, City Comptroller Scott Stringer and nonprofit executive Dianne Morales.
After months of rumors, Microsoft officially set to host an event on June 24 which is all about detailing "what's next for Windows."
Boris Johnson has said there is still “nothing in the data at the moment that means we cannot go ahead with step 4” of lifting coronavirus restrictions in England on June 21.But the prime minister added the people needed “to be so cautious” as infection rates were increasing.He said on Wednesday the public would have to “wait a little bit longer” before the government would announce for certain what would happen on June 21.On June 14 ministers are due to meet and review data relating to Covid and the spread of the Delta variant, previously known as the Indian variant.Johnson added: “What we need to work out is to what extent the vaccination programme has protected enough of us, particularly the elderly and vulnerable, against a new surge, and there I’m afraid the data is still ambiguous.”Experts are split over whether the final stage of lifting coronavirus restrictions should go ahead amid fears over a potential third wave of the pandemic.Professor Adam Finn, of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), said there are still many people who are vulnerable to the effects of Covid, as he warned that pressing ahead with the easing of restrictions on June 21 “may be a bad decision”.Sir John Bell, regius professor of medicine at Oxford University, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that current figures “don’t look too intimidating”.He said they still need to “play out for a couple of weeks” before the government makes its final decision.The government’s former chief scientific adviser, Sir Mark Walport, has also argued that ministers need more data before they can make a final decision.But Robert Dingwall, professor of sociology at Nottingham Trent University, has gone further, arguing it is “really important that we go ahead on June 21” from a “societal point of view”.Following the recording of zero Covid deaths on Tuesday, health secretary Matt Hancock said “vaccines are clearly working”.Related...No Return To Local Lockdowns Or Tiers To Combat Covid Variant, No.10 SignalsBoris Johnson's £1.4bn Schools Catch-Up Fund Branded 'Paltry' And 'Disappointing'Is Lockdown Over? How We’ll Know If Covid Rules Are Changing
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It's been over 10 years now since Chrome OS redefined the desktop operating system. While virtual desktops have been around since the days we used VT-102 terminals to run Unix shells from distant mainframes and minicomputers, Google's Chrome OS showed us that we could run modern GUI-style desktops from the cloud.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)