Day: January 12, 2021

Breakingviews – Chancellor: Was I totally wrong about bitcoin?

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) – Three years ago, this column suggested that bitcoin, whose price soared 15-fold during 2017, faced a total wipeout. The cryptocurrency wasn’t money, but instead resembled the gold prospector’s fabled sardine tin: “good for trading but not for eating.” It was a timely call: over the following months, bitcoin shed more than […]

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Energize your home workouts with 1 year of Auro fitness classes for $26 (save $34)

Auro is an audio-focused fitness app offering a huge library of trainer-led classes. Try it free before deciding if you want to subscribe. Auro When it comes to health and fitness, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. What works great for some might be less than ideal for others. That’s why I recommend trying lots of different […]

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Everything LG Announced at CES 2021 So Far

LG helped kick-off the first day of CES 2021 with a list of exciting product announcements highlighting TVs, phones, and various smart home technology. It’s newest lineups of OLED TVs will help usher in a new era of home entertainment optimization and smart home devices — and we’re still trying to wrap our heads around […]

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Bitcoin Hovers Around $34.2K While Options Traders Pay Up for Possible ETH Upside

After a record day in spot volume, bitcoin’s price went up, down and back up. Meanwhile, most ether options traders are bearish, some are paying up in case it gets close to record highs. Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $34,278 as of 21:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Gaining 3% over the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin’s 24-hour […]

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Exclusive: Apple held talks with EV startup Canoo in 2020

Apple held meetings with California EV startup Canoo in the first half of 2020 as part of the Silicon Valley giant’s secretive effort to advance its own electric vehicle project, three people familiar with the talks have told The Verge. The two companies discussed options ranging from investment to an acquisition, according to two of […]

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Nvidia’s graphics card lineup just got a whole lot more confusing at CES 2021

At CES 2021, Nvidia launched a wide range of graphics cards, both for laptops and even a new Ampere desktop graphics card: the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060. One of the big things I noticed, however, is that a couple of the SKUs now have an inflated VRAM spec, and it kind of makes the entire […]

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Bitcoin investor is on the verge of unlocking a $220-million fortune — or perhaps losing it forever

Ninth time’s a charm? For Stefan Thomas, that’s the $220-million question. The San Francisco programmer, according to the New York Times, owns 7,002 bitcoin BTCUSD, -2.43% in a digital wallet he can’t access because, well, he lost the password. He’s tried to guess it eight times to no avail. Now, he’s only got two more […]

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Tech companies press pause on political donations in wake of Capitol siege

Tech companies, along with large businesses throughout corporate America, rushed to announce Monday that they were halting political donations in the wake of the attack on the Capitol. The big picture: Some limited their pullback to officials who refused to accept the results of the presidential election, while others said they were taking a break […]

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Tech companies press pause on political donations in wake of Capitol siege

Tech companies, along with large businesses throughout corporate America, rushed to announce Monday that they were halting political donations in the wake of the attack on the Capitol. The big picture: Some limited their pullback to officials who refused to accept the results of the presidential election, while others said they were taking a break […]

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Google Meet vs. Zoom | Digital Trends

With working from home more popular than ever, videoconferencing services like Google Meet and Zoom are proving to be invaluable resources for small businesses, major corporations, and everyday netizens alike. Google Meet has only been on the market since 2017, but Google released a free version of Meet in late April 2020 in response to […]

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