Creator of Bitcoin digital cash reveals identity

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Driverless cars will lead to more sex behind the wheel, says expert

Technically Incorrect: The co-founder of Canada’s Automated Vehicles Center of Excellence fears more dangerously inflamed passions on the

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Phil Schiller takes to Twitter to remind everyone not to pluralize Apple products

Last night a single tweet on everyones favorite news platform was heard round the world. No, Im not talking about the tweet that cost an NFL draft prospect $14 million dollars. Or Drakes tweet dropping his new

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Under the screen: LGs new fingerprint sensor can neither be felt nor seen

Life may be sweeter under the sea, but its clearly safer under the screen. As biometric security becomes more common on our devices, the problem of

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Vimeo has acquired VHX to help it challenge YouTube

Vimeo just made a big play for hosted content by acquiring over-the-top (OTT) platform VHX. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.If youre not familiar with VHX, theres probably a good reason. Rather than concentrate on the crowded market of consumer-facing platforms (where Vime

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Samsung could finally adopt USB-C with the Galaxy Note 6

Samsung is reportedly dropping microUSB in favor of USB Type-C on the upcoming Galaxy Note 6, according to SamMobile. The outlet is not sure, though, whether the phone will employ USB 3.1 (which supports HDMI on top of fast charging) or a less capable standard.This could mean a couple of different

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The Catterbox Might Help You Understand What Your Cat Is Saying

“Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?” is a 1992 episode of the Simpsons where Homer’s half-brother Herb creates a baby translator and makes a fortune. …

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YouTube is changing Content ID to be kinder to video creators

The update will allow creators to continue earning money on videos that are embroiled in a dispute. YouTube’s Content ID was meant to make things easier for rightsholders who wanted to ensure that their work wasn’t stolen and reuploaded.

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TV networks battle new media threat as Facebook looms over ad war

Television executives have cause to be scared: though they’ve survived at least eight years of predicted doom, billions in ad money has disappeared, ratings have dwindled and new power players have

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Google’s test to let media publish directly in search can’t be great news for Twitter

Throughout the year, Google has been toying with a feature that lets people or groups post short bits of text directly and instantly into Google searches. Along with the text, those participating can put in an

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