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Art, food, and wildlife

We are already in our third week in Melbourne, and I think it is fair to say we have definitely used any time off we have had to explore the city. 381 more words

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Weather Channel Rated Best News Source

In a new Harris research piece titled “EquiTrend Study,” the Weather Channel won in the category of best TV News. That means it beat out traditional programming from networks from CNN to ABC. 428 more words

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IBM is betting big on blockchain

Large businesses (especially those in financial services) have been trying to figure out how they can tap into the blockchain, the technology underpinning the bitcoin cryptocurrency. 341 more words

OpenPOWER firmware update from Stewart

Stewart Smith has a new blog post about OpenPOWER, focusing on firmware development community changes, including comments on OpenBMC and other projects. As well, apparently now non-IBM developers can now contribute to OpenPOWER firmware, as someone from Foxconn.com has recently done, which sounds like an improvement. 9 more words

IBM offers advice on how to secure blockchain in the cloud

Cloud providers hosting blockchain secure transactions technology should take additional steps to protect their records, IBM says.

IBM’s new framework for securely operating blockchain networks, released Friday, recommends that network operators make it easy to audit their operating environments and use optimized accelerators for hashing — the generation of numbers from strings of text — and the creation of digital signatures to pump up CPU performance. 61 more words

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IBM raises its blockchain game with secure cloud services and Docker integration

Bitcoin may still be the most famous application of blockchain technology, but the distributed, encrypted database architecture is now being applied to a range of other services, from different kinds of (non Bitcoin) financial transactions to anything else that requires secure tracking. 563 more words

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