Together we digitize

Why digital currency matters

Money can be defined as “a medium that can be exchanged for goods and services and is used as a measure of their values on the market.” 

This is actually fairly ambiguous, and throughout human history all sorts of things have been used as money, from shells to tulips. Currently, there is a financial revolution occurring that doesn’t even exist in the physical world. 

How close are we to autonomous vehicles?

While we aren’t yet at the science fiction world of flying cars, the notion of driver-less vehicles looks well within reach, and in some cases, is being successfully tested around the country. But how close are we to being able to commute to work while playing sudoku in what used to be the driver’s seat?

The death of net neutrality (the internet is about to change)

The internet could be in for a big change, and soon. Some of the internet’s most democratized regulations have expired, meaning, there is now a wide-open playing field for providers to offer web-based services and change the way we access the internet. 

What is net neutrality?

Secure your online identity

This new column from Dan Pelberg will cover technology and how it impacts our businesses and lives.
Secure your online identity

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