Tech

The State of 5G in 2019

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Ever since the introduction of modern smartphones in the early 2000s, the world has become increasingly more Internet-connected. To do this, mobile carriers had to develop data services so that people could browse the web when not connected to Wi-Fi. In the beginning, data speeds were incredibly slow. As time progressed, both mobile carriers and […]

CryptoEducationTech

Introduction to Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

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With 2018’s sudden spike in the value of Bitcoin, many investors and entrepreneurs saw their profits go through the roof. Masses of average people hurried to follow this trend, in hopes of themselves hitting the jackpot. However, this process created a large misconception about Bitcoin to the general public. Many considered Bitcoin to be a […]

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Tesla in Transition

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Nowadays, most people in the U.S are familiar with Tesla. However, the Palo Alto, California-based company has been struggling as of late. In 2012, Tesla introduced the Model S. This was the company’s second production car after the Tesla Roadster in 2008. The Model S was built to compete with the industry’s best luxury offerings […]

Tech

Finally, the Apple Card

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The introduction of the Passbook app to iOS in 2012 marked the start of a new movement for Apple. Later, when Apple Pay came to the iPhone in 2014, it showcased Apple’s vision for the future: quick, secure, and effortless payments. However, Apple Pay wasn’t without its downsides. At launch, only a handful of retailers […]

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Strong Potential for Tech IPOs in 2019

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In past months, a plethora of tech startups have hinted at going public in 2019. But, concerns regarding trade, the longest recorded government shutdown in history, and general uncertainty regarding the fate of the American economy and stock market may have hindered these IPOs from being filed in the past months. Not to mention, recent […]

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The Future of Personal Transportation and Why Uber and Lyft Will Die

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In 1908, Henry Ford revolutionized transportation by bringing the Ford Model T, the first mass-produced automobile, to market. Today, we are in the midst of another revolution in transportation: autonomous driving. It’s a buzz-phrase that has been around for a while but is only recently truly coming to fruition. Car companies and tech giants alike […]