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Tesla is firing employees after their bad performance report

Tesla fired many employees following what the company said is a yearly performance survey process, the company told TechCrunch. The news was first revealed by The Mercury News. “Like all companies, Tesla conducts an annual performance review during which a manager and employee discuss the results that were achieved, as well as how those results…

Bitcoin
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Bitcoin goes gaga; reaches a new high of $5,800

Bitcoin took off past $5,400, $5,500, $5,600, $5,700, and $5,800 out of the blue on Friday morning before putting in a record high of $5866 a coin, Bloomberg data showed. The cryptographic money has since pared its additions, but still exchanges up 3.92% at $5,626 a coin. Friday’s propel comes after Coinbase, a computerized money…

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RIP AOL Instant Messenger (1997-2017)

AOL Instant Messenger is going to see the end of time. AIM will authoritatively close down on December 15 following 20 years in existence, its parent company reported Friday. The news denotes the finish of a time for any individual who grew up with the web in the late 90s and mid 2000s. At the…

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T-Mobile and Sprint could become one in late October

There have been indications that Sprint and T-Mobile are discussing a merger (once more), but how likely is that union? Very likely, if you ask Reuters’ sources. They understand that the two bearers are “close” to accepting the terms, and they could have an arrangement prepared by late October. There are the typical provisos, but…

IBM
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Guess Where Does IBM Beat Microsoft? In Blockchain Industry

Blockchain technology is on the radar of a number of tech corporations – and IBM is leading the way, according to a study. Big Blue has been making considerable steps forward with research and development projects aimed at broadening the scope of distributed ledger technology to include industries other than the financial services. Last month it announced a…

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Pirate Bay ‘borrows’ visitor CPUs to mine virtual coins

Piracy websites can’t really depend on ads, so how do they make money? By using your PC’s processor cycles, apparently — whether you want to or not. Visitors to The Pirate Bay have discovered JavaScript code in the website that ‘borrows’ your processor for the sake of mining Monero digital coins. It doesn’t always happen (it mainly appears…

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