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If you’re a Street Fighter fan, yet you don’t own a Nintendo Switch, the upcoming Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection may trigger you. Capcom is adding one slightly rare chapter of the Street Fighter series to the 30th Anniversary Collection, Super Street Fighter II : The New Challengers – Tournament Battle … and it…Read More
Kate Isler, CEO of Daysaver Kate Isler says her company, Daysaver, needs to start growing. Isler wants to show off her cloud-based patient scheduling software to gigantic healthcare providers — and she wants to prove to them that Daysaver can scale up fast to meet their needs. Isler, who is Daysaver’s CEO, is hoping a[…]
Venezuela is calling for its citizens to build cryptocurrency mining farms throughout the country. The government has set up a crypto mining program which president Nicolas Maduro hopes will attract at least 1 million people such as university students, the unemployed, single mothers and the homeless. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With[…]
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Matt Sorum, formerly of Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver, is lending his name and experience to a new crypto funding project, Artbit, in an effort to eliminate the age-old middle-person between artists and consumers. Also read: Since Embracing Bitcoin, Robinhood App Value Jumps to $5.6 Billion Former Guns[…]
Dota 2 fans packed KeyArena last year for The International. Now the big esports event is headed to Vancouver. (GeekWire photo / Taylor Soper) The International is headed to Canada for the first time ever. Bellevue, Wash.-based gaming giant Valve announced this week that its massive Dota 2 esports tournament will be held at Rogers[…]
GUEST: To borrow a punch line from Duke professor Dan Ariely, artificial intelligence is like teenage sex: “Everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it.” Even though AI systems can now learn a game and beat champions within[…]
The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations Section 2: The Moral Imperative of Privacy Chapter 6: Privacy is a Prerequisite of Human Rights Segment 4: Privacy: Do Not Come Late to the Revolution “I think the Mailman is taking us on one at a time, starting with the weakest, drawing us in far enough[…]
Thai regulators have reportedly agreed to enact two separate laws on cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings. They will regulate crypto businesses, the purchase and sale of cryptocurrencies, as well as their taxation. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With 7 Cryptocurrencies Two Laws Being Drafted Mr. Apisak Tantivorawong. The Thai Minister of Finance, Mr.[…]
A team of engineers in Montreal is building what they call the world’s first all-electric snowmobile, the TS2—a machine that can go from zero to 60 mph in three seconds and travels 100 kilometers (62 miles) on a single charge. It comes at a time when snowmobile bans and strict regulations in national parks and[…]
A swarm of users on hyper-popular blogging platform Tumblr are uploading, sharing, and trading so-called creepshots: close-up, revealing images of women, typically taken in public and seemingly without their consent. The problem on Tumblr is rampant, with creepshot-focused Tumblr blogs appearing in just a cursory search. Other sites, including Reddit, have cracked down on creepshots,[…]