Serbia is being sold for a handful of face masks, CCTV cameras and support of an authoritarian ruler.
The systemic racism and brutality of the criminal justice system extend far beyond police misconduct.
Menstrual cups are an eco-friendly way to deal with your period. In this guide, we’re going to look at how you use one, how safe they are, and why it’s an excellent time to make the switch.
China’s leaders face probably the biggest challenge they have ever faced as the U.S. chokes trade, technology access, human capital development and finance — amid a collapse of global demand.
The current education system is a relic of the Industrial Revolution.
Rather than have individuals labor to avail themselves of legal protections against the corporate data collectors, we need to promote tech tools that automate the complicated processes to exert the Right to be Forgotten.
At the institutional level, major universities and corporations are slowly divesting their stake in fossil fuels, while at the retail level more investors are drawn to clean technology companies and together, these present a massive upside.
Fiat-backed stablecoins often find themselves in an impossible position because the lack of bank cooperation means that they cannot have the transparency that regulators and investors rightly demand.
Organizations should consider fast-tracking plans to migrate more applications to the cloud to guarantee consistent access.
COVID-19 will temporarily cause 5G rollout to slow.
It’s not just that a pandemic is worse than a financial meltdown and collapse in house prices. A pandemic threatens us in a deeper and more personal way.
What defines quality CBD, and what makes a high-quality product? As much as you would like to have a simple answer to this, there are many factors that comprise a quality CBD product, and buying a poor-quality product could produce adverse side effects that are far from the positive effects of CBD that you are looking for.
Just like the COVID-19 crisis, the climate crisis threatens public health, economic well-being and political stability.
The tech giants’ patent filings give no indication they care to research and develop devices that will put data in consumers’ hands.
Donald Trump may have believed he could shape the future by telling an all-is-well story. But storytelling-as-a-strategy can work only up to a point.
It is clear there must be some restrictions on normal life to fight a pandemic. But we risk the crisis response becoming an overreach and imposing limits on personal freedoms that could last long after this virus is defeated.
The days of collecting and monetizing data unbeknownst to the consumer are quickly coming to an end.
5G is changing the network’s anatomy. With 5G, a network can be arranged into different slices – at different price points – to cater to the diverse needs of applications and content.
5G subscribers will initially experience 30-50% increase in speeds over 4G. Over the next five years the technology could offer speeds that are a hundred times faster than today’s networks.
Would-be entrepreneurs face significant barriers to entry. More than 80 percent of viable new businesses are unable to secure the loans or investments they need to grow.
A short break of (somewhat) unstructured, yet supervised play, recess is easily dismissed as something we outgrow, even if research shows it is incredibly beneficial.
Traditional investors have often been wary of the emerging asset class, questioning what underpins its value, while many millennials have rushed to add riskier cryptocurrencies to their younger portfolios.
Pirates who steal cargo or, increasingly, kidnap crews and hold them for ransom “earn” tens of millions of dollars a year. New developments in technology will hopefully put this scourge to a stop once and for all.
5G will present new opportunities and experiences to end-users. It’s important not to lose sight of the need to invest in the underlying fiber infrastructure, and the intelligence that helps it work effectively.
The market began its turn-around at the beginning of October, surprisingly after economic data came in worse than expected, and corporate buy-backs went into effect again after their perfunctory blackout period.