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Bain & Company: E-wallets and cheaper transactions are new payment trends

According to Bain & Company consulting company experts, the payment market is expected to undergo serious changes in the near future. Payments are no longer a separate specialization, but are embedded in multifunctional applications, and e-wallets are becoming more widespread. In addition,...

Is UAV drone industry falling into decay?

Since the beginning of 2010, when the newly-opened drone manufacturing companies began to take over the market, venture capital startups have seen the future in a wide range of devices. It was assumed that with the help of aircraft it will be possible to carry out a wide range of services,...

UK Scotland Yard employs AI to deal with frauds

The British police is using artificial intelligence (AI) in the investigation of crimes. The technology helps the police to process huge amounts of data that would take a person months to study. Nevertheless, the process still takes too much time: introduction of advanced technology is not cheap,...

US sets to fight robocalls outbreak

The epidemic of telephone spam through robotic dialing (robocalls) is forcing US mobile operators to take increasingly active measures both by the telephone operators themselves and the federal authorities. In recent weeks, various companies announced new measures to block robotic calls: in...

Top 7 green energy innovators

Environmental protection has become one of the key issues on the world agenda in recent years. World leaders admit the need to take action to avoid negative consequences and slow down climate change. However, not all countries successfully manage to comply with all requirements to maintain a clean...

Volvo’s New Car Uses Blockchain For Recycled Cobalt

Volvo has commented that the company has finished its first project of blockchain in China which uses “recycled cobalt”. Geely from China owns Volvo cars, as the latter has created the first cars which contain “recycled cobalt” map that uses blockchain technology. Moreover, Volvo has also informed...

False Memories Can Be Created By Fake News On Social Media, Shows A Study

The risks of "fake news" spreading via social media have been highlighted in a recent study into false memories.    The study comprised of showing volunteers fake and fabricated news reports that appeared on social media a week before the abortion law referendum in Ireland in 2018. The...

DEF CON Hosts Auto-Makers And Cybersecurity Enthusiasts

White hat hackers help auto manufacturers to discover new security related issues in traditional architectural setting. “DEF CON security convention”, that took place in Las Vegas, saw hackers who try to pick locks and find out “cyber vulnerabilities in a makeshift hospital” looking into the ways...

WHO found no danger in microplastics in drinking water

The number of microplastic particles in water, including drinking water, continues to grow. However, scientists have no evidence its danger to the human body, stated a report of the World Health Organization (WHO). According to the researchers, most microplastic particles pass through the human...

Apple starts testing Chinese OLED screens for iPhone 12

Apple began to conduct tests of OLED displays for the new iPhone 12 made by the Chinese company BOE, MacRumors writes. Recall that testing of new technologies from Chinese manufacturers began against the backdrop of the call of US President Donald Trump to Apple to leave China. It is planned that...
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