Government And Academic Support Are Giving Singapore An Edge In The Blockchain Race
Singapore's universities are embracing blockchain, part of a national trend toward building and adopting the technology. The disruptive startup Zilliqa grew out of a concept for a hyper-efficient, scalable blockchain developed at the National University of Singapore.
NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks retreated on Friday (Jun 15) as tit-for-tat tariff announcements by the United States and China ignited a trade war that could spread.
Major indices were in the red the entire session, but closed above their session lows.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 84.83 ...
On Thursday, U.S. federal prosecutors charged six Fitbit employees, both current and former, in an indictment for possession of stolen trade secrets from Jawbone, their previous employer.
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It wasn’t so long ago that OnePlus was a small startup with an uncertain future. In 2014, a $300 device with specs like the OnePlus One was unheard of, and limited manufacturing capability meant you had to wait ages to catch one on a flash sale. At the time, I couldn’t help but wonder whether the company’s motto, “Never Settle,” would be its undoing. Fast-forward to 2018. The OnePlus 6 launched to massive praise last month and broke company records. Though its prices have increased along with the rest of the market, OnePlus devices remain hundreds of dollars less than expensive than its… This story continues at The Next Web