Tag: research

New MIT Research Hints At Tenfold Wi-Fi Speed Increase

The majority of people in the world with access to the Internet use either mobile data, or a Wi-Fi connection. Even though a hard-wired connection will increase speeds significantly, things have been evolving in the right direction. Most wireless connections are well capable of doing the tasks we need. But what if we could speed up wifi by as much as 1,000%? Improving Wi-fi Speeds Is Always A Good Thing …
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Swarm Announces The Releases of The Orange Paper Series

The Swarm team announced the release of a new project that aims to create a platform for the sharing, publishing and distribution of cutting-edge research papers about various aspects of Ethereum’s Technology and ecosystem.  Members of the Swarm team announced the creation of a new project called The ΞTHΞЯSPHΞЯΞ orange paper series, a collaborative editing platform to create and publish research based on the Ethereum’s ecosystem. According to the team’s website: The ΞTHΞЯSPHΞЯΞ …
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Healthcare Division of Philips Launches Blockchain Research Lab

Philips Healthcare, a subdivision of the Netherlands-based Royal Philips technology company, has announced the launch of its Blockchain Research Lab. According to the launch site, Philips spent a considerable amount of time exploring distributed ledgers and blockchain tech, before deciding to form this group: “Beginning in 2016, the Philips Blockchain Lab was established following six months of exploratory research into blockchain technology.” The new laboratory is located at the company’s …
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Washington Post Journalist Can’t Be Bothered To Research Bitcoin And Just Writes Slander

In this day and age, it is pretty much impossible to have respect for any mainstream media outlet that reports on Bitcoin and digital currency. None of these so-called journalists bother to do any research on the topic, and will just write anything down to put Bitcoin is a most negative spotlight. The Washington Post is no exception in this regard, as their recent Bitcoin article has more holes than the …
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