Critics Say Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies May Ruin The Internet

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have started to become extremely popular because of their perceived potential to become a safe and secure market for consumers without having to rely on things such as banks. The rise of other cryptocurrencies and the desire for more businesses to adopt a similar paying pattern has led a lot to believe that cryptocurrencies may...

Adidas In The Future: Consumers To Meet Fast, Personalization

If you've ever been a fan of shoes, you've heard of Adidas. However, aside from stylish and sporty apparel, it seems Adidas has a lot more plans for fans and consumers in the near future. Adidas is looking to create more options for faster production and more personalization option for fans - but how is this going to work? Adidas...

WhatsApp To Start Testing Suspicious Link Detecting To Avoid Spam

Messaging app WhatsApp has steadily gained popularity through the years despite competition. Features such as group conversations, private messaging, and convenient access have granted it a following since its inception. However, it seems WhatsApp is on its way for another improvement, as it appears to be testing a new suspicious link detection feature to avoid scam. It appears messaging application...

PayPal May Start Spending $3 Billion Annually For More Acquisitions

PayPal's recent acquisition of iZettle may have surprised a lot of people in the market. After all, the service that created 2-day shipping and 1-day payments may now have access to cardless transactions, which can very well revolutionize the market. However, PayPal appears to want in on a streak, as it appears there's a $3 billion per year plan...

An Insider’s Look Into What Tech Companies Do With Your Data

Recent controversies surrounding Google and Facebook with regards to data privacy has sparked the concerns of a lot of people over data protection and privacy issues. The usual excuse of these tech giants involve users not reading the privacy policies through and through - but some critics are stating that it's the responsibility of tech companies to make sure...

Are Your Banks Ready For Tech Meltdowns? They Might Have To Share Their Plans

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If you're using a bank, chances are you're doing a lot of services with them - but with the advent of digital technology and newer technologies, some critics and users have expressed concerns that banks should start telling users just what their policies are in terms of tech meltdowns including hacking and other cyber attacks. Banks in the United Kingdom...

Intel, Baidu’s Apollo Alliance To Show Off Tech In Robot Cars  

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Intel has finally gotten yet another shot in showcasing off its technology - and this time it’s with robot cars. This is observed when Intel has become one of the official partners of Baidu’s Apollo program, where the company aims to make robot cars. With other companies such as Japan’s SoftBank into the mix, just what does this mean...

Mercedes-Benz Chooses Beijing As Self-Driving Test Location

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Mercedes-Benz sees Beijing as the site for its self-driving car push, seeing as more and more Mercedes-Benz cars are being used in Daimler self-driving car tests in the city. What does this mean for the future in automated vehicles? Will this push work? Daimler will finally be able to take its next step towards self-driving technology - its fleet...

Twitter Vs Bots: Platform Apparently Suspended 70M Fake Accounts Back In May And June

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It appears Twitter is on its way to better protecting its users from bots and other spammy accounts after reports have seen the social media platform actually ban fake users and suspend other fake accounts everyday. In fact, it’s banned as much as 70-million fake accounts back in May and June alone, approximating that the social media platform has...

How Close Is Digital Music To Overcoming Vinyl? – Analysts Say The Odds Are Close

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It might be bad news for vinyl if the current trajectory towards digital music is really coming to life. Analysts are saying the trajectory of digital music might come to a point where vinyl music will eventually become obsolete - but others are saying the switch from digital to analog will only work to a certain degree. What’s the...