Hacker (Slang) - Trust and be trusted
(Geek) Library - Competing Against Time: How Time-Based Competition is Reshaping Global Markets
Rainforests cannot thrive without trust among strangers. In any interaction, the hard part is having the courage to give trust first. The common saying—“business is business”—implies that taking advantage of the other side is an acceptable way to do business.
Coincheck Crypto Exchange Posts $490 Mln Profit, On Par With Japan’s Top Stock Exchange
Today, time is the cutting edge. In fact, as a strategic weapon, contend George Stalk, Jr., and Thomas M. Hout, time is the equivalent of money, productivity, quality, even innovation. In this path-breaking book based upon ten years of research.
Disney's 'Force Jacket' prototype allows you to feel every VR punch
Japanese crypto exchange Coincheck earned an estimated ¥53.2 bln (approximately $490 mln) in the ten months between April 2017 and January 2018, the month of its unprecedented hack, according to data from parent company Monex Group Inc.,
China’s smartphone market saw its biggest drop in demand since 2013
We're only starting to take advantage of all that AR and VR can offer. Now, the challenge is to make the experience immersive, engaging your entire body in whatever your brain is perceiving. That's just what Disney is working on with the Force Jacket.
This projector smartwatch turns your arm into a terrible touchscreen
Smartphone shipments in China saw their biggest decline ever this first quarter, as shipments dropped to 91 million units, according to a report from market analyst group Canalys.
Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today
Researchers at the University of Carnegie Mellon have unveiled a new “first-of-its-kind” smartwatch that can turn your arm into a touchscreen. The prototype LumiWatchprojects an interactive surface area on the wearer’s arm or hand, allowing them to tap and swipe on their skin to use the watch.
Jewelry companies team up with IBM on blockchain platform
The media landscape used to be straightforward: Content companies — studios — made stuff — TV shows and movies — and sold it to pay TV distributors, who sold it to consumers.
Gold and diamond companies including Berkshire Hathaway Inc’s Richline Group Inc joined with IBM to develop blockchain technology to track the origin of jewelry and ensure it is ethically sourced, the companies said on Thursday.