Category: Business Tech

Nokia and StarHub co-develop analytics services for digital cities

Nokia AVA

Nokia is pioneering new mobility analytics use cases to help operators create value from the data in their networks to address the needs of digital cities. The use cases were developed together with Singapore-based operator StarHub. By integrating the use cases into the Nokia AVA cognitive services platform, Nokia has been able to further co-develop

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What is Cryptocurrency Mining?

Cryptocurrency Mining

Cryptocurrency mining involves verifying transactions that are then added to the blockchain ledger. The people who are validating these transactions are called “miners”. “Miners” solve complex mathematical calculations, and are rewarded with a new Bitcoin. This is also the means through which new Bitcoins are released into circulation. This entire process is what mining is

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UK and Asian tech leaders share excellence at GREAT Festival of Innovation


Some of the world’s leading entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics and creatives will gather to explore topics of innovation and technological excellence at the GREAT Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong from 21 to 24 March. The Festival will showcase some of the UK’s most advanced technology, including the UK-designed and developed autonomous robot dog MiRo,

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What is Initial Coin Offering (ICO)?

ICO or Initial Coin Offiering

The cryptocurrency world is currently very exciting yet volatile. There’s so much hype out there and no one wants to be left out. Besides Bitcoins and blockchains, ICOs are the next big thing. ICO stands for Initial Coin Offering. It works pretty much like an IPO, but it’s for tech startups to raise money from

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What is Ethereum?


While everyone’s talking about Bitcoins, you may have also heard about Ethereum. So what is it? Ethereum is a decentralised platform using blockchain technology that runs on smart contracts – a code that lets you exchange money, property, shares or anything of value. Because smart contracts run on the blockchain, they are secure and tamper-proof

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