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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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YouTube brings playback speed choices to mobile

he ability to choose playback speeds on YouTube can be pretty valuable. You can use it, say, whenever you need to see what’s going on in a tutorial in slow motion or just want to speed watch a random vlog. Now the feature has finally made its way to the platform’s iOS and Android apps, so you don’t have…

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Elon Musk predicts World War III

Elon Musk spent part of his Labor Day weekend tweeting about World War III. Tesla (TSLA) and SpaceX’s CEO wasn’t making doomsday predictions because North Korea is testing nuclear weapons. What’s got Musk much more worried about world war is artificial intelligence. North Korea “should be low on our list of concerns for civilizational existential risk,” Musk said…

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Cannabis website Herb raises $4.1M

Herb is announcing today that it has raised $4.1 million in seed funding led by Lerer Hippeau Ventures, with participation from Slow Ventures, Buddy Media co-founder Michael Lazerow, Shiva Rajarama, Liquid 2 Ventures (the firm led by football legend Joe Montana), Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke, Shopify COO Harley Finkelstein and Adam Zeplain. “During our research into…

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