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Microsoft is evaluating the long-term prospects of underwater data centres, in a bid to cut latencies, improve service, and take advantage of some of the ocean’s unique characteristics.
The Edmonton Reuse Centre accepts a huge variety of items which it makes available to organisations and individuals for them to use.
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IBM's Chaincode allows users to create and store a digital record of assets for anything of value, from the tangible (property, deeds) to intangible (car lease, online music). Chaincode contains bu
GENIVI® is a nonprofit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of specified, open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software. The alliance develops an open standard for aligni
The City Data Exchange is a software-as-a-service solution that will allow for the sale, purchase and sharing of a wide variety of data from multiple sources among all types of users in a city – ci
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba introduced its first automobile, the RX5 sport utility vehicle. The car will use the company’s own e-commerce platform to deliver such services as finding parking s
Vodafone Buyback offers consumer and business customers with incentives to return used phones and tablets, including discounts on new devices, charity donations or store credit.
Biopharma company UCB and PatientsLikeMe, the leading online community for people with life-changing conditions, today announced a strategic partnership to create an online, open epilepsy community
Fon has built the world’s largest WiFi network, comprised of people sharing their WiFi.
Everledger’s work asserts supply chain transparency through an immutable digital ledger and use of pioneering technology.
Total Boox allows users to download as many ebooks as they want from a catalog of 50,000 ebooks.
LetMeRepair currently conducts more than 20,000 managed repairs per month for retail, trade and network operators.
Handshake is an app and a website that allows you to negotiate a price for your personal data directly with the companies that want to buy it.
Software giant Microsoft is testing a demonstration service, available to any organisation that uses the company’s Azure cloud resources, to address one of the thorniest challenges companies face w
Toyota and Microsoft are teaming up to create a world where cars are giant smartphones that you ride in, with a virtual assistant that knows the best route to take, whom to notify if traffic will m
Daimler’s new service brand bundles existing digital services with new mobility and connectivity – available on smartphones, tablets and desktops.
Vodafone's Red Hot plan allows customers to rent top-of-the-line handsets for a term of 12 months, at the end of which they return the phone, swap it for the latest model and take out a new contrac
In 2015, Sprint chief Marcelo Claure announced in an interview that the company would eliminate two-year contracts and subsidies in favor of phone leasing plans.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Microsoft have announced plans to work together to redesign the way medical devices in an intensive care unit (ICU) talk to each other.
World's first personal data marketplace. Datacoup makes it easy to connect data from the apps and services users already use. Datacoup is the only company that helps users sell their anonymous data
NBN is a project by the Australian government to deliver Australia's first national wholesale-only, open access broadband network to all Australians.