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Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning: How Do They Predict Cryptocurrency Prices?

Since its inception in 2008, the Bitcoin movement has swept the financial world. The cryptocurrency sector has grown from $0 to an estimated $400 billion in market capitalization in barely a decade. Since Bitcoin’s inception, the market has included over 3000 other cryptocurrencies. As of June 2021, the entire market value of cryptocurrencies is US$.7 […]

By The Standard Mar. 14, 2022
Cryptocurrency definition
By The Standard Mar. 11, 2022
Energy saving tips…
By The Standard Mar. 6, 2022
Solar, wind still lead generating capacity additions
Solar, wind still lead generating capacity additions

The report said that according to the FERC’s “Energy Infrastructure Update” (with data through October 31), utility-scale renewable facilities at least 1 MW in size added 18,255 MW of new generating capacity during the first 10 months of 2021.

By The Standard Jan. 9, 2022
NewsDay, The Standard unveil new websites

The new look and easy to navigate website will help us achieve our objective to create a conversation with Zimbabweans about issues that matter. It enable maximum participation so that our platforms reflect a diverse range of perspectives as much as possible

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
Keeping Tech Secure Has Never Been So Important

There is a lot of talk lately about how technology will benefit different areas of our lives. Here in Zimbabwe, preparations are being made to begin the rollout of 5G mobile communications standards. This will speed up the already fast-paced developments in banking, retail, entertainment, and other industries that are using the internet to deliver […]

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
‘Prepare for 5G or perish’

BY BUSINESS REPORTER ZIMBABWEAN firms must start preparing for fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks to adapt to changes taking place in the telecoms industry, according to telecoms executive and former NetOne chief executive officer (CEO) Lazarus Muchenje. 5G mobile networks are expected to be the next big leap in mobile broadband, with peak download speeds of […]

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
Necessary Things for a Gaming Laptop

We all know the desktop is the supreme computer among many PC players, you sometimes only need a little more portable. A laptop for gambling is a setup on the go with the power to play games in one format that you can take. But you are not simply looking at stats when you buy […]

By The Standard Sep. 11, 2021
Where you can use your Bitcoins

Your firm is a status symbol in 2021 if it dares enough to challenge the status quo and to embrace Bitcoin. Both for marketing purposes or to keep up to date, many firms have benefitted from early adoption. Some big businesses already accept Bitcoin, as the use of credit cards is becoming increasingly less online. […]

By The Standard Sep. 11, 2021
8 Best Free & Affordable AI Content Generator Software 2021

The use of AI content generation software became one of the popular trends lately not only among content creators but also in the professional academic field where it is often used for educational and research purposes. What makes it even more inspiring is that most of these are free or have affordable features that can […]

By The Standard Sep. 4, 2021
Dpi Mouse- A Complete Guide

Because of technological advancements, there is a new product in the market every single day. The competition is getting tougher day by day. And so, because of these technological advancements, it is pretty tough to select between a single product. Many brands offer the same product, but they may be using different technology running it, […]

By The Standard Aug. 28, 2021
Renewable power plants need better planning and design

By Jared Green Thirty-three percent of all electricity generation worldwide is from renewable sources. Over the past decade, $3 trillion has been invested in clean power worldwide. In 2018, about two-thirds of new energy capacity installed was renewable. If we are going to keep warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), the best-case scenario […]

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2021
Four keys to getting community buy-in for solar energy projects

By Nathan Fabrick President Joe Biden was elected on promises that (among other things) he would launch a Clean Energy Revolution in the United States that would eventually help the country achieve the ambitious goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Rystad Energy has estimated that we would need about 13,412 square miles of land […]

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2021
Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning: How Do They Predict Cryptocurrency Prices?

Since its inception in 2008, the Bitcoin movement has swept the financial world. The cryptocurrency sector has grown from $0 to an estimated $400 billion in market capitalization in barely a decade. Since Bitcoin’s inception, the market has included over 3000 other cryptocurrencies. As of June 2021, the entire market value of cryptocurrencies is US$.7 […]

By The Standard Mar. 14, 2022
Cryptocurrency definition

Cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography to secure its transactions and to control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not subject to government or financial institution control. Bitcoin, the first and most well-known cryptocurrency, was created in 2009. Cryptocurrencies are often traded on decentralized exchanges and […]

By The Standard Mar. 11, 2022
Energy saving tips…

One of the key functions of Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) as mandated by the Energy Regulatory Authority Act is to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. As the World commemorates the “World Energy Efficiency Day”  industry and commercial players are encouraged to employ the following energy-saving tips:

By The Standard Mar. 6, 2022
Solar, wind still lead generating capacity additions

The report said that according to the FERC’s “Energy Infrastructure Update” (with data through October 31), utility-scale renewable facilities at least 1 MW in size added 18,255 MW of new generating capacity during the first 10 months of 2021.

By The Standard Jan. 9, 2022
NewsDay, The Standard unveil new websites

The new look and easy to navigate website will help us achieve our objective to create a conversation with Zimbabweans about issues that matter. It enable maximum participation so that our platforms reflect a diverse range of perspectives as much as possible

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
Keeping Tech Secure Has Never Been So Important

There is a lot of talk lately about how technology will benefit different areas of our lives. Here in Zimbabwe, preparations are being made to begin the rollout of 5G mobile communications standards. This will speed up the already fast-paced developments in banking, retail, entertainment, and other industries that are using the internet to deliver […]

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
‘Prepare for 5G or perish’

BY BUSINESS REPORTER ZIMBABWEAN firms must start preparing for fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks to adapt to changes taking place in the telecoms industry, according to telecoms executive and former NetOne chief executive officer (CEO) Lazarus Muchenje. 5G mobile networks are expected to be the next big leap in mobile broadband, with peak download speeds of […]

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2021
Necessary Things for a Gaming Laptop

We all know the desktop is the supreme computer among many PC players, you sometimes only need a little more portable. A laptop for gambling is a setup on the go with the power to play games in one format that you can take. But you are not simply looking at stats when you buy […]

By The Standard Sep. 11, 2021
Where you can use your Bitcoins

Your firm is a status symbol in 2021 if it dares enough to challenge the status quo and to embrace Bitcoin. Both for marketing purposes or to keep up to date, many firms have benefitted from early adoption. Some big businesses already accept Bitcoin, as the use of credit cards is becoming increasingly less online. […]

By The Standard Sep. 11, 2021
8 Best Free & Affordable AI Content Generator Software 2021

The use of AI content generation software became one of the popular trends lately not only among content creators but also in the professional academic field where it is often used for educational and research purposes. What makes it even more inspiring is that most of these are free or have affordable features that can […]

By The Standard Sep. 4, 2021
Dpi Mouse- A Complete Guide

Because of technological advancements, there is a new product in the market every single day. The competition is getting tougher day by day. And so, because of these technological advancements, it is pretty tough to select between a single product. Many brands offer the same product, but they may be using different technology running it, […]

By The Standard Aug. 28, 2021
Renewable power plants need better planning and design

By Jared Green Thirty-three percent of all electricity generation worldwide is from renewable sources. Over the past decade, $3 trillion has been invested in clean power worldwide. In 2018, about two-thirds of new energy capacity installed was renewable. If we are going to keep warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), the best-case scenario […]

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2021
Four keys to getting community buy-in for solar energy projects

By Nathan Fabrick President Joe Biden was elected on promises that (among other things) he would launch a Clean Energy Revolution in the United States that would eventually help the country achieve the ambitious goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Rystad Energy has estimated that we would need about 13,412 square miles of land […]

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2021
What Are Blockchain Technology Patterns?

Contracts, exchanges, and the records of them are among the defining structures in our financial, lawful, and political frameworks. They secure resources and set organizational boundaries. They set up and confirm personalities and chronicle occasions. They administer intelligence among countries, organizations, communities, and people. They direct administrative and social activity. And however, these basic apparatuses […]

By The Standard Jan. 2, 2021
Leveraging technology to promote youth constitutional literacy in Zim

with youth in mind:By Thabo Dube The Constitution of Zimbabwe (Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (Number 20), was approved by Parliament on May 9, 2013 through the work of Constitution Parliamentary Committee (Copac) — a vehicle and mechanism of the then government of national unity made up of three political parties in Zimbabwe — Zanu PF, […]

By The Standard Sep. 12, 2020
Exploiting technology to gather information for marketing

Last week’s article on how mobile technologies are changing marketing like most of my writings, was a continuance to my notion that marketing departments without technology savvy personnel are setting themselves for a fall.

By The Standard Sep. 25, 2016
The technology of branding

My writing journey with Mufaro Zhou continues to reach dizzy heights and I dare say in the not too distant future readers will experience a great coming from us. It is true, iron sharpens iron.

By The Standard Aug. 23, 2016