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…

Uber resumes testing of self-driving cars in Toronto and San Francisco

The resumption of testing of Uber’s autonomous automated fleet of cars will now be under more controlled and monitored conditions. In a significant development, Uber Technologies Inc stated, it is resuming the limited testing of self-driving cars on public roads in Pittsburgh; the move comes 9 months after it suspended the program following a deadly…

Alphabet to help develop Quayside into the world’s first smartcity with reduced carbon footprint

Quayside is an upcoming waterfront project in Toronto’s Lake Ontario which Alphabet is developing as a smart city. Canada has contracted Alphabet Inc to plan a mixed-use development along Toronto’s Lake Ontario waterfront using smart urban design and cutting edge digital technologies. As per Sidewalk Labs, a unit of Alphabet which develops new technologies for…