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Worried about Bitcoin security? Try this

It happened again. Last week, hackers stole 4,700 Bitcoins (over $80 million at today’s price) from mining marketplace NiceHash. (The company pairs up people with spare computing power with others who are willing to pay to use that capacity to […]

The Future Of Spending

The Future Of Spending

Historically buying goods and paying for them was a fairly simple thing, you chose your item and paid your cash in a face-to face-transaction. This way of shopping has, however, been replaced over time with many options that some say […]

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Ebook Translations Are Critical For Success Abroad

The ebook market started as deeply tied to Ereaders: Electronic reading display devices like Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s Nook. Initially, the market experienced explosive growth. With the rise of mobile devices and tablets, that market has moved to […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Play Video Games On Mute

New research suggests you’ll do better at a video game with the sound on. “We live in a multisensory world,” says Robert Sekuler, professor of psychology and of neuroscience at Brandeis University, who studies how the human senses, especially sight […]

9 Simple Steps To Buy A Drone [INFOGRAPHIC]

9 Simple Steps To Buy A Drone [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you considering to start a company or small business about drones? Investing in this booming market can be the perfect move right now, since the industry is still growing and the opportunities from drones are just being discovered. However, […]

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Intel Processor Flaw Left Millions Of Devices Vulnerable

Intel has finally acknowledged that its server platform services, Intel Management Engine (IME) and Trusted Execution Engine have security flaws. Security researchers have long been warning about the Intel processor flaw in the remote administration stating that though the platform […]