From Venezuela to Turkey, and Cyprus to Argentina, cryptocurrencies can be a life-saver amid economic meltdown -- and present an opportunity for Bitcoin’s rebound.
From the highs of 2017 to extreme volatility of 2018, from regulatory action around the world to increasing adoption among institutional players, it’s been a wild ride.
“Imposing tariffs will increase costs for consumers, lessen consumer choice, lower consumer demand, reduce car and light truck production and sales, lower investment levels, and lead to job losses in the U.S. auto sector,” car makers said.
The industry will continue to grow and withstand every economic climate because people seek fitness experts and leaders to help them achieve balance by reaching a healthier physical state.
Meghan Markle is not someone "you can be friends with," says her so-called friend.
While the stated goal behind President Donald Trump imposing additional tariffs on imports from China may be admirable, this trade war is perilous, careless, and ineffective.
2018 was a dreadful year for cryptocurrency prices, but 2019 may see a reversal of fortunes for bitcoin and other virtual currencies.
Improving our overall quality of life is a major trend propelling our cultural zeitgeist in 2019, and these apps offer novel and original ways to use tech to achieve these goals.
A number of reasons influence the pet industry’s annual growth, including an increase of pet ownership, the humanization of pets and pet parents demanding premium products and better quality food.
Retailers and brands are thinking outside of traditional sales conventions and consumers are valuing experiences and wellness over other products.
Our private data should not be under the control of social media and technology giants, nor financial institutions, nor other intermediaries.
In the 10 years since the launch of bitcoin, billions of dollars in digital assets have been lost or rendered inaccessible, often due to the failure of an infrastructure provider such as a custodian or exchange.
To prevent potentially catastrophic climate change, the link between consumption and greenhouse gases needs to be severed, but halfhearted tinkering will not do the job.
Fine art auctions generate over $65 billion annually. The majority of the items being bought and sold remain in the hands of private owners, cloistered away from public view.
The future promises expansion of already existing models of smart homes and smart cars into other spaces. And this expansion of a smart environment will not require new personal devices.
Demand for cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum is continually increasing, fuelled by the escalating dissatisfaction with fiat money and the present banking infrastructures.
2018 has been a difficult year for cryptocurrency miners, with thousands of operations closing down, but 2019 may see a revival, and also some consolidation.
Coffee is Latin America’s most important agricultural export, representing one-third of all agricultural trade, but higher temperatures and intensified droughts are making coffee increasingly difficult to grow.
It can be hard to tell whether what’s in the box will encourage development or just be a waste of time.
A host of cannabidiol-enhanced drinks are already on shelves in dispensaries, and more marijuana potables are on the drawing board.
If Mark Zuckerberg weren’t the visionary founder of Facebook, its board of directors would likely have removed him from at least one of his posts for his leadership stumbles and bumbles.
As the costs and complexities of rolling out the next generation standard of 5G have crystallised, the telecom industry’s attitude has sobered.
Trust on the internet often comes at the expense of privacy, and that is not sustainable for humankind. Cryptography offers a solution to reconcile the two.
Analytics have become an important part of the decision-making process for many companies in the past few decades, particularly with corporations using data assets as a core competency and point of origin.
In order to “Make America Manufacture Again,” we would need a serious overhaul. Today’s consumer does not want to pay “Made in the USA” prices.