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Andreas’ 2018 Bitcoin Q&A: Misconceptions about Lightning Network

Andreas’ 2018 Bitcoin Q&A: Misconceptions about Lightning Network

Andreas Antonopoulos Gives Bitcoin Q&A: Misconceptions about Lightning Network What are some misconceptions about the Lightning Network? How does the onion-routing work? How does channel funding work? Are there any security or legal risks to running a Lightning node? How far is the development so far in making this technology ...
Microsoft’s HoloLens Could Change Everything In Your World

Microsoft’s HoloLens Could Change Everything In Your World

With a lot of attention on companies releasing virtual reality technology Microsoft changes it up with the news of HoloLens that literally could change everything in your world. Microsoft’s utterly surprising unveiling of its new HoloLens head-mounted, holographic computing device last week was not just a major announcement for the tech ...

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The Galaxy S5 a disgrace to Samsung

Turns out that the Samsung Galaxy S5 isn’t what Samsung thought it to be. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, the company’s 2014 flagship has performed way below expectations selling only 12 million units in the first 3 months. That is roughly 4 million lesser than the Galaxy ...

Yahoo buys photo app-maker Cooliris

Yahoo has acquired the popular photo startup, Cooliris, as the tech giant continues to focus on improving mobile experience. Cooliris, founded back in 2006 has built its own app that enables users to to browse photos from popular social networks like Facebook, and Flickr, and also from the cloud with ...

Google’s internet balloons thing is actually working

One of Google’s crazy projects seems to be coming of age, in fact, faster than that Google Glass a.k.a “Glasshole” project. Turns out the Internet Balloons (dubbed Project Loon) can stay in the stratosphere for 130 days. The project is geared towards providing faster internet speeds and to areas that are ...

European Union wants to break Google up

An antitrust case against Google in Europe is threatening to break the tech giant up or at least that’s what the European Union intends to do. According to the Financial Times, a draft motion has been set to prevent search engines from engaging in other commercial services and to be ...

Corning Gorilla Glass 4 twice as tough as rival’s panes

Corning, the company behind Gorilla Glass that has been used on smartphones since 2007 has now released its brand new glass technology which is supposedly twice as tough as any other glass from other competitors. The company’s material science experts have promised that the glass will have a survival rate ...



Now there is an app for Facebook Groups

When Facebook released their earnings in October, they announced that they had reached a worthwhile 700 million Facebook users in groups, a figure that has grown past January’s 500 million. That’s majorly the reason why today Facebook launched Facebook Groups, a separate app for people to communicate and interact with ...