Halifax judge Michael Wood provides Canadian cryptocurrency Quadriga temporarry relief from creditor lawsuits

Gerald Cotten, 30, died in India from complications from from Crohn’s disease. He was the only person who knew the passwords to Quadriga’s digital wallets which contained $137.13 million worth of cryptocurrencies, shows court filings. As a stop solution, Halifax judge Michael Wood has ordered a 30-day stay on filing claims against Quadriga, a Canadian…

U.S. launches formal charges against Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd & CFO Meng Wanzhou

The charges will test Beijing’s ability to compartmentalize the alleged violations of sanctions on Iran by Huawei from the ongoing trade negotiations. In a development of far reaching implications for U.S.-China bilateral relations, the United States has charged Huawei Technologies Co Ltd with criminal conspiracy to violate U.S. sanctions on Iran. The U.S. Justice Department…

Robert Bosch GmbH partners with Mojio to tap digital services for connected vehicles

The partnership aims to collect data from vehicle communication, crash detection, and diagnostics and provide big-data analytics to corporate clients, insurers and emergency responders. In a statement, German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH and Canadian startup have said, the two firms have teamed up to collaborate on a wide spectrum of digital services in the…