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ICEMD presenta las 6 tendencias que marcaran el futuro del sector Fintech

ICEMD, El Instituto de la Economía Digital de ESIC, acaba de presentar el informe sobre las tendencias más relevantes en el sector fintech en los próximos meses. La Web 4.0, Social to everything media, blockchain, autenticación, interfaces B2C y Openness son los 6 términos que han identificado en el estudio ‘Fintech: Una visión de futuro‘ realizado […]

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Mobile

IBM’s Watson Smartens Up iOS Enterprise Apps

IBM has announced that it will incorporate its IBM Watson cognitive capabilities into the MobileFirst for iOS ecosystem to help boost the productivity of the global workforce. It was a little more than two years ago that the company entered a groundbreaking partnership with Apple to enhance the mobile enterprise space. The move is part of an overall rollout of enhancements to IBM’s Watson tech.

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Personal Computers

Microsoft’s New Tech Targets Human Creativity

Microsoft made a slew of announcements at its New York City event Wednesday, focusing on the idea of user as creator. Among its new offerings: the Surface Studio, an all-in-one desktop computer with a touchscreen that’s 12.5mm thick; the Surface Dial, a new input device that provides haptic feedback; the Surface Book i7; VR headsets for Windows 10; and a revamped Paint app with 3D capability.

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The only thing we have to fear is fear of inflation

DON’T look now, but after years of lingering on the brink of (or in) deflation, rich economies are heading in a different direction. Inflation is rising, and a handful of economy watchers are worrying that accelerating price increases could “rattle global markets”, as Mike Bird of the Wall Street Journal writes:

Rich-country government-bond prices tumbled Thursday, sending yields up on both sides of the Atlantic to levels not seen since the U.K.’s vote to exit from the European Union in June. In the U.S., the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note surged as high as 1.847%, according to Tradeweb, its highest level in four months. Yields rise as bond prices fall. The German bund’s yield rose about 0.07 percentage point to 0.161% and the 10-year U.K. gilt yield was up about 0.10 percentage point to 1.259%, according to Tradeweb.

The rising yields are the latest sign that investors are bracing for what could be an epic shift across markets. In recent years, falling commodities, meager wage rises and insipid economic growth kept prices low and pushed investors into…Continue reading

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