DHS and FBI warn Russia is behind cyberattacks on US infrastructure The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI released a report today detailing Russian efforts to hack into US government entities and infrastructure sectors, including energy, nuclear, commercial, water, aviation and critical manufacturing sector… Continue reading… Powered by WPeMaticoRead More →

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Cardano (ADA) and EOS: Coins to Buy in the Dip? What’s a crypto enthusiast to do when the market is down? When considering long-term gains, there might be a few coins worth investigating during the dip. Cardano (ADA) and EOS are backed by intriguing projects that may be worth researchingRead More →

Thai Crypto Regulations Might Soon be a Reality. Legalization and Regulations being Discussed. Thai crypto regulations are on the horizon. Find out what has been discussed so far. The path that Thailand started in mid-2017, in its search for a better understanding of cryptocurrencies and legalizing its use through aRead More →

DigixDAO Soars While NEM (XEM) and Cardano (ADA) are Left in the Dust The cryptocurrency market almost dipped below the $200 billion mark today, as major panic selling is occurring due to Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) banning cryptocurrency ads. Since its record high back in early January of this year the totalRead More →

Two major eSports players associations are in the works There are two players associations being put together for professional competitors who play Overwatch and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Sports Business Journal reports. The latter will include players in the ESL Pro League and the FACEIT ECS leag… Continue reading… Powered byRead More →

United Kindom Launches Bitcoin Futures via CoinfloorEX Despite the cryptocurrency market taking a serious beating the past few months, the U.K has just announced some big news. Coinfloor, a London-based cryptocurrency exchange, announced that it would be starting its own bitcoin futures exchanged named CoinfloorEX. This new exchange will offerRead More →

Airbnb makes it easier to find accessible rentals Airbnb is making quick use of the travel accessibility startup it bought a few months ago. The rental service has introduced 21 filters that help you find disability-friendly listings that meet your exact needs. You can look for ramps, wide hallway… ContinueRead More →

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Casio revives its musical, game-playing calculator from the ’80s Back in 1980, Casio released a musical, game-playing calculator cleverly named the MG-880. Apparently, kids went wild for the thing, playing a mini Space Invaders-inspired game with just numbers on the LCD screen. Now, Casio is releasing a revival of… ContinueRead More →

Think tank’s new task force will forecast AI’s challenges Alexa’s creepy laugh will probably be the least of our artificial intelligence worries. To properly understand the challenges that AI will bring, defense and foreign policy think tank Center for a New American Security (CNAS) has established a task f… ContinueRead More →

Bali plans to shut down mobile internet for its New Year You might turn off your home internet or cell network on occasion to disconnect and have some down time, but it’s likely that your country isn’t doing it for you. According to The Guardian and the BBC, Bali isRead More →

NASA’s planet-hunting spacecraft Kepler is near the end of its life NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has been in orbit of the Earth for nine years. In that time, it’s well exceeded its original 3.5-year mission and has pinpointed over 4,500 exoplanets and candidates. It’s a little bit heartbreaking (though not unexpected),Read More →

Lenovo’s Daydream VR headset might go on sale May 11th Lenovo only gave a vague “second quarter” release window for its Mirage Solo Daydream VR headset when we saw it in January, but there might be firmer date to work with. B&H is listing the standalone wearable as available forRead More →

Blue Apron will start selling its meal kits in stores this year Blue Apron is looking to bring its meal kits to actual stores and it’s aiming to do so by the end of the year. The company, which has suffered falling subscription rates and share prices, has had toRead More →