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The Trump administration explored a government-controlled 5G network for phones and internet since ‘we are losing’ to China

President Donald Trump vacating after the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Thomson Reuters The US sovereign supervision has explored the thought of building its own 5G wireless network infrastructure, according to papers obtained by the news website Axios. A recently leaked offer pronounced that China’s “dominant position” in 5G …

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A crypto startup that vanished and changed its website to the word ‘penis’ allegedly stole the identities of its team

Prodeum wanted millions, but the scammers finished up lifting just $11. Flickr/Eli Christman Three blockchain experts related to an illegitimate startup called Prodeum told Business Insider they have nothing to do with the classification and are victims of identity theft. The startup, Prodeum, lifted $11 in an online fundraiser before …

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A startup from Phil Libin’s ‘studio’ thinks its synthetic comprehension will make employees happier at work

  Phil Libin, cofounder and former CEO of Evernote, launched All Turtles in May 2017 as a studio for building synthetic intelligence startups. All Turtles Disco, a startup partnered with Evernote cofounder Phil Libin’s immature synthetic comprehension studio All Turtles, expelled its product to profitable business Tuesday. The product marks …

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This 19-year-old bitcoin millionaire is roving the universe recruiting an A-team to build an choice to the ‘corrupt’ universe of cryptocurrency

Erik Finman forsaken out of school at age 15 to pursue a career as an entrepreneur. Now, he’s a bitcoin multimillionaire. Finman 19-year-old Erik Finman became a bitcoin millionaire last year, and now binds mixed millions worth of cryptocurrency. He’s grown unhappy with the stream state of cryptocurrency, observant that …

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Workday, the HR platform, is promulgation its employees weekly surveys to weed out bad managers and locate bad bureau function (WDAY)

Workday CIO Diana McKenzie, center, spoke Wednesday at Okta’s Business at Work conference.Becky Peterson/Business Insider Looking to locate bad bureau function early, Workday has started arising weekly surveys for employees to give feedback to their managers, CIO Diana McKenzie said.  The surveys, which run on the Workday platform, aren’t accessible to …

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Intel beats big in fourth entertain gain (INTC)

Intel CEO Brian KrzanichRobert Galbraith/Reuters Intel’s fourth entertain revenues were up 4% from 2016, and gain per share were up 37%, beating researcher expectations in its fourth entertain 2017 gain report Thursday.  It’s the first gain report from the company given the major bonds flaws Meltdown and Spectre were suggested …

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