Bloq Announces BloqCloud: On-demand Blockchain Infrastructure for Enterprises and Emerging Companies

New Blockchain-as-a-Service Platform Enables Developers to Focus on Building and Scaling Multi-Blockchain Applications

Mario & Sonic on the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will get retro 2D occasions

The Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games franchise is now more than a decade old. And if you’re like me, you’ve never really cared about these mini-game collections. But Sega, which develops the games, has finally come up with something that has me excited for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: nostalgia.

U.S. tech trade leaders: French digital service tax harms world tax reform

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Major tech firms and U.S. tech industry groups said on Monday that France’s new digital services tax undermines the global tax regime and multilateral efforts to reform it.

Intralink-Spine, Inc. Expands Clinical Studies in Australia

LEXINGTON, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 20, 2019–Intralink-Spine, Inc. (ILS) announces the expansion of clinical trials in Australia for their patented medical device for the treatment of low back pain, called Réjuve™. “We’re pleased that Dr. Rosenberg and his staff are participating in the GEMS clinical study for low back pain,” says Lyle Hawkins, CEO, of Intralink-Spine, Inc.

How to cover Game exercise on Steam

All gaming enthusiasts playing games on PC are aware of Steam. It’s also likely that most of them might be having a Steam account. The account not only gives them access to the games but also retain control over the information they share online. If you are interested in knowing how to play games secretly on Steam, read this post.

Waymo expands driverless automotive testing to Florida

Google parent company Alphabet’s Waymo today announced that it’ll soon begin piloting autonomous cars in Florida, expanding from its initial test cities of Novi, Kirkland, Washington, San Francisco, and Phoenix. The company says that in the coming weeks, it’ll bring both its modified Chrysler Pacifica minivans and a Jaguar I-Pace to the Sunshine State to drive on a closed track in heavy rain, ahead of testing on public Miami roads later in the month.

Sony studio boss: PlayStation exclusives may have ‘wider set up base’

Sony Interactive Entertainment added another major studio to its lineup of first-party teams yesterday. Marvel’s Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games is in the process of joining PlayStation’s Worldwide Studios. That deal is part of building up Sony’s list of PlayStation exclusives. But Worldwide Studios chairman Shawn Layden revealed that the company is also seriously considering expanding the availability of some of its games beyond just PlayStation platforms.

Apple Card formally launches in U.S.

After two invitation-only beta testing periods, Apple has officially launched the Apple Card to potential customers in the United States today. The credit card is a joint offering between Apple and Goldman Sachs, and is being widely offered to consumers with various income levels and credit histories, albeit with some caveats.

Starship Technologies raises $40 million for autonomous supply robots

It’s anticipated that the autonomous delivery robots market will be worth $34 billion by 2024, up from $11.9 billion in 2018. Some analysts predict that by then, in cities around the world, thousands of drones and rovers will regularly ferry food, drink, toiletries, and parcels on command to customers miles away.

Databricks launches AutoML Toolkit for mannequin constructing and deployment

Databricks today introduced its AutoML Toolkit, an automated end-to-end machine learning service made to accommodate developers with a range of experience.