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  • 2 weeks ago
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    Bitcoin is Like Gold, Says Crypto Investor David Gokhshtein

    The debate about the value of bitcoin has been going on since the inception of cryptocurrencies. Some think that bitcoin is the future of currency and will replace fiat currencies as a whole because of the convenience that it provides. On the other end, there are people who believe that bitcoin will never be able to reach the status of an official currency in any way and will die out soon as we proceed with time. In the middle lie the expert who believe bitcoin is definitely valuable and will pe...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    ​Linus Torvalds talks frankly about Intel security bugs

    At The Linux Foundation's Open Source Summit North America in Vancouver, Linus Torvalds, Linux's creator, and Dirk Hohndel, VMware VP and chief open source officer, had a wide-ranging conversation about Linux security, open-source developer, and quantum computing.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Germany: Refugee sentenced to 8 years and 6 months for teen murder

    A court in the southwestern German city of Landau on Monday sentenced asylum-seeker Abdul D. to eight years and six months in prison for the murder of a teenage girl in the town of Kandel in December last year. The murder had been seized upon by many opponents of Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy to support their anti-immigration stance. The case has received great media attention in Germany, and many reporters were present outside the court as the verdict was announced.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Celebgate hacker jailed over 2014 attack

    A man who hacked into the Apple iCloud accounts of Hollywood stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, has been sentenced to eight months in prison in the US. The notorious Celebgate hack resulted in nude photos and videos of Lawrence and other celebrities stolen and posted online. George Garofano was one of four people charged in the 2014 hacking scandal.

  • 1 month ago
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    French bridges 'at risk of collapse'

    More than 800 road bridges in France are at risk of collapsing within a few years, according to a survey carried out for the Transport Ministry that has raised alarm following the Genoa tragedy.

  • 1 month ago
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    What If Amazon Launched An Airline?

    Amazon is a brand known the world over for delivering everything from electronics to groceries at the touch of a button. It’s no secret that the company already runs its own cargo airline, but what if Amazon launched a passenger airline?

  • 1 month ago
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    Officers Who Used Coin Toss App to Decide Arrest Are Fired

    Two Georgia police officers who were caught by body camera footage using a coin-toss app to determine whether or not to arrest a woman who was speeding during an April traffic stop have been fired. Officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson "engaged in conduct on or off duty which adversely affects the efficiency of the department and has a tendency to destroy public respect for the employee or the department," the City of Roswell police chief said in a termination letter.

  • 2 months ago
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    2020 Porsche 911 spied completely uncovered for the first time

    The current 991-generation Porsche 911 is nearing the end of its life. We've seen spy photos of the upcoming 911 Speedster, a car that served as a swan song for the old 997-generation. We've also seen plenty of spy photos of the upcoming 992 generation, most of them wrapped in a light camouflage. We now have one of our best looks yet at the new car, though it's just a few photos of the rear.

  • 2 months ago
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    The 'Brexit dividend' money Theresa May promised for the NHS is a myth, Government's official spending watchdog confirms

    The government’s official and independent spending watchdog has confirmed that there will be no “Brexit dividend” for the UK, despite the claims of ministers. Theresa May said last month that the extra £20bn a year pledged to fund the health service would be partially paid for by UK money no longer being sent to the European Union. That claim was universally slammed by economists as grossly misleading, since the government’s own projections suggest Brexit is already weakening the public...

  • 2 months ago
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    Britain joins the microlaunch space race with a new rocket and spaceport

    The United Kingdom has entered the race to develop low-cost, high-volume rockets for small satellites. Orbex, a British-based company with subsidiaries and production facilities in Denmark and Germany, announced Monday that it has raised $40 million from public and private sources to develop what it is calling the "Prime" launch vehicle.

  • 2 months ago
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    Krill fishing firms back Antarctic ocean sanctuary

    The creation of the world’s biggest ocean sanctuary, protecting a huge tract of remote seas around Antarctica, has come a step closer after major fishing companies came out in favour of the plan. A global campaign – spearheaded by Greenpeace and backed by 1.7 million people – had put massive pressure on the krill fishing industry and retailers amid fears it was endangering one of the world’s last great wildernesses, undermining the global fight against climate change.

  • 2 months ago
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    Trump accuses The Sun of 'fake news' and insists whatever Theresa May does with Brexit 'is ok with me'

    Donald Trump has insisted he did not attack Theresa May in his bombshell newspaper interview, branding it “fake news”. Speaking alongside her at Chequers, the president said: “I didn’t criticise the prime minister, I have a lot of respect for the prime minister.” Mr Trump also stepped back from his warning, in The Sun, that her Brexit plan would “kill” any trade deal – as long as there were no “restrictions”.

  • 2 months ago
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    British Man Poisoned By Novichok Has Regained Consciousness And Talked With Police

    A British man who police believe was poisoned by the deadly nerve agent Novichok nearly two weeks ago, has regained consciousness and spoken with police. Charlie Rowley became seriously ill on June 30 after he and his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, were mysteriously exposed to Novichok. Sturgess, who was hospitalized hours before Rowley, died on Sunday.

  • 2 months ago
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    China Will Use Facial Recognition Technology to Remove Beautiful People From Factories

    If you’re at a travel hub or a large event in China, chances are you’re being watched. With facial recognition technology, police have the ability to scan large crowds to find if there are any political dissidents, known troublemakers and even wanted criminals. While most of the attention surrounding facial recognition has been focused on law enforcement, Chinese labor authorities announced this week a strange new use for this controversial technology.

  • 2 months ago
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    Trump threatens 20% tariff on all car imports from the EU

    President Donald Trump tweeted another tariff threat Friday, this time targeting imported autos from the European Union. The president said on his feed that if the EU does not removed duties on U.S. cars, then the U.S. will have no choice but to act. The threat comes just two days after Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said no decision had been made on whether the U.S. would extend the volley of tariffs it has imposed on other goods to the automobile industry.