When news hit this week that West Virginian military members serving abroad will become the first people to vote by phone in a major US election this
Billions of dollars are being spent, right now, to solve a problem we didn’t know existed a few years ago. The problem boils down to
Burn the coins!Image: D-Keine/gettyLook, cryptocurrency is complicated. We get it. What with all the different coins, tokens, ICOs, exchanges, scams,
Dawn Song, a Berkeley computer-science professor and MacArthur fellow, is a fan of cloud computing. She also thinks it needs a major rethink.
One day in the spring of 2010, Kathleen McCaffrey, a sophomore at New York University, received an invitation from a stranger named Arthur Breitman.
Clarity is good.Image: ULRICH BAUMGARTEN/GETTYThe world of cryptocurrency just got some much needed good news. With the prices of bitcoin and
Given all the hype and noise swirling around crypto and decentralized network projects, which runs the full gamut from scams and stupidity, to very
imToken, which claims to be the world’s largest Ethereum wallet, will focus on expanding in Asia and the United States after raising a $10
When businesses latch onto a buzzword, it quickly becomes the solution to everything. Not long ago, in the era of “big data,” companies