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2 companies from Vaughan, ON set to distribute Covid-19 tech

With the spread of Covid-19 becoming worse and with no signs of stopping, these two companies located in Vaughan, Ontario are preparing to deploy innovative technology to help mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus.

In east Jerusalem, a battle over 'every inch' of land

Jerusalem - The television in Zuheir Rajabi's lounge does not show films or the news: the only footage projected on its huge flat screen is from 10 surveillance cameras installed around his modest east Jerusalem home.

Real-time cybersecurity has just got real Special

Real Time in its truest form, is an effective solution that instantly responds to any activity an employee displays on the network at the precise moment it puts the company in jeopardy, says Stephen Burke of Cyber Risk Aware.

Chinese tycoon and Xi critic jailed for 18 years for corruption

Bejing - A Chinese real estate tycoon and outspoken critic of President Xi Jinping was jailed for 18 years on Tuesday for "corruption, bribery and embezzlement of public funds", a court statement said.

In Israeli settlements, money is on annexation real estate boom

Ariel - In the Jewish settlement of Ariel, Perri Ben Senior can't wait for Israel to annex this part of the occupied West Bank, hoping it will be a boon for her real estate firm.

Conan Doyle estate sues Netflix over 'emotional' Sherlock Holmes

Washington - Netflix is being sued by the estate of Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle for alleged breach of copyright after a new film portrayed the famous detective as having feelings and respecting women.

Robotic process automation is disrupting mortgage lending

Mortgage lenders, especially fintech startups, are turning to robotic process automation in order to stop the time-wasting habit of “stare and compare” that comes with mortgage loan processing.

Q&A: AR and digital twins’ impact on real estate Special

Worldwide spending on AR and VR is expected to reach $18 billion in 2020. As AR becomes an invaluable tool for all facets of real estate , intelligent digital twins can change the way buildings are maintained. How are firms capturing this potential?

Why many Canadians would switch mortgage advice for a lower rate Special

Despite 72 per cent of Canadians getting mortgage advice in person, a majority would opt for an online experience to save money, according to a new survey. Rob McLister, mortgage expert at Rates.ca explains the background.

Q&A: Digital transformation of real estate is all about data Special

Real estate software solutions and technology integration into practices are beginning to influence the way that property transactions are handled. Central to these processes is data and analytics.

Report: CRE industry at tipping point in technology adoption

Altus Group has released its annual CRE Innovation Report which surveys global commercial real estate executives to provide an outlook on technology trends and highlight the current digital transformation impacting the industry.

Trump gambles big as commander in chief

Washington - As a real estate magnate and politician, Donald Trump has always loved breaking rules and putting on a show. Now in Iran he's following the same pattern -- only this time as commander in chief of the world's biggest military.

Q&A: What is digital real estate? Special

Digital real estate is virtual property and it comes in many different forms and with interest from both sides of the market - buyers and sellers. The sector is going to even bigger in 2020, as an industry expert explains.

China's hottest investment: overpriced sneakers

Shanghai - Forget stocks, real estate, even cryptocurrencies -- China's hottest investment nowadays may be the Nike, Adidas, and Puma basketball shoes that "sneakerheads" like Hu Huaiyuan fight to get their hands on.

Greece speeds up 'Golden Visa' scheme for Chinese investors

Athens - Chinese investor Jiang Rungong, who moved to Greece three years ago, says he and his family could not be happier in their new home on the Athens coast."We chose Greece because of its cultural heritage, its history, the democracy, the freedom.

Data-sharing across connected real estate industry made easier

The global CRE industry continues to be challenged with disparate systems and disjointed workflows resulting in data complexities. CRE cloud adoption is helping to overcome these challenges, including an innovation from the Altus Group.

SoftBank confirms multibillion-dollar bailout for WeWork

Apo - Japan-based SoftBank Group confirmed Wednesday it will pump billions of dollars into struggling start-up WeWork, in a deal that ups its stake in the office-sharing firm to around 80 percent.

One year from REAL ID deadline, most Americans are without

On October 1, 2020, travelers will need a "REAL ID-compliant" driver's license, US passport, US military ID or other accepted identification to fly on commercial aircraft within the United States. Yet only 27 percent of Americans have one.

Startup measures the risk climate change poses to real estate

Investors are turning to a new breed of high-tech start-ups that can measure the risk climate change poses to real estate — from an hour to decades into the future.

British inventor Dyson pays $54 mln for Singapore's priciest penthouse

Fpo - British billionaire inventor James Dyson has paid a reported $54 million for Singapore's biggest, most expensive penthouse: a three-floor residence with a rooftop terrace, private pool, and jacuzzi.
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