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  • Bitcoin Up 500% Annually, Dominant Cryptocurrency Tops $100B Valuation

    Bitcoin has been on an enviable winning streak this year, and reached a new intraday high earlier today. Bitcoin hit a record high of $6,183.98 at around 10:30 AM EST this morning, which comes just after the cryptocurrency pushed through the $6,000 barrier on Friday. Currently, Bitcoin is trading at...
  • Facebook Messenger Now Lets You Send Money To Friends Via PayPal

    Facebook and PayPal are strengthening their ties and have announced that users in the U.S. can now send and receive money person-to-person over Facebook Messenger. The integration also brings a PayPal customer service bot that can handle questions and requests for help right from within the Facebook Messenger window. Messenger...
  • Huawei CEO Confirms Plans To Release Foldable Smartphone As Early As 2018

    It looks like the next big thing in smartphones will be devices that fold, and the first company that started to talk seriously about bringing them out in the next year was Samsung. Now several other smartphone makers are standing up and saying they too will be bringing devices with folding...
  • Apple Sued For Infringing On Animoji Trademark As An iPhone X Feature

    Apple is being sued by an iOS app developer for alleged trademark infringement in connection with the Cupertino company's iPhone X unveiling last month. The developer, a United States citizen who currently resides in Japan claims that Apple willfully and deliberately infringed on his Animoji trademark, which he registered for...
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    A security firm is warning of a new botnet targeting IoT (Internet of Things) devices that is on the move. Dubbed IoT_reaper, the new botnet borrows some of the source code from Mirai, which took down the popular security blog KrebsOnSecurity with a massive DDoS attack, ultimately forcing Brian Krebs...
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    Alphabet'sProject Loon team has sent LTE balloons up in the sky over parts of Puerto Rico. Project leader Alastair Westgarth stated in a blog post that his team was working with the government of Puerto Rico, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), FEMA, and others to...
  • Essential Phone Android Flagship Receives a $100 Price Cut At Best Buy

    It seems like just yesterday when Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone was released, promising to take on the big names in the Android smartphone market like Samsung, LG, HTC and Google. With its slim bezels and odd cutout around its front-facing camera, the Essential Phone definitely turned a few heads when...
  • Google Offers $1,000 Bounty To Unearth Exploits In Top Google Play Store Apps

    Google knows that exploits make it through the app development process and could be lurking in some of the most popular apps on the Google Play Store, waiting for a nefarious hacker to take advantage. To help weed out these vulnerabilities, Google has launched the Google Play Security Reward Program...
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    HPE plans to shift its business to support hybrid IT and technologies such as the Microsoft Azure Stack, which enables businesses to deploy cloud workload in their own datacentres. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special...
  • Google Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL Will Receive Three Years Of Android And Security Updates

    Google started shipping its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones this week (check out our review here), and customers are just now getting a chance to start enjoying their new flagships. With the release of the new Pixels also comes an update to Google's support profile page for its...

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