Hackers Rob Bitcoin Mining Site to the Tune of $70 Million

Bitcoin heists are less entertaining than actual bank heists. It hasn’t been a good week for Bitcoin. First, Steam stops accepting it as a viable payment option. Then, hackers rob NiceHash, a Bitcoin mining site, for about $70 million in the cryptocurrency. Following the theft on Wednesday, the Slovenia-based NiceHash announced that they would... Read More | Share it now!

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Razer partners with Ignition Design Labs on Gaming Grade home WiFi

Razer continues to expand its gaming empire by announcing a partnership with Ignition Design Labs, creators of the award-winning Portal Wi-Fi router. The companies join forces to optimize features and performance of the Portal router specifically for gaming. Razer saw device connectivity as a major area needing improvement. A sub-par router is often... Read More | Share it now!

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Steam’s Not Taking Bitcoin Anymore

Your money’s no good here. Do you use Bitcoin? Well, guess what? It’s no longer usable on Steam. Valve announced that they’d be dropping support for Bitcoin in a blog post Wednesday. To put it bluntly, it’s because the market for the currency is incredibly volatile: Historically, the value of Bitcoin has been volatile, but the... Read More | Share it now!

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Google has Pulled YouTube Support from Amazon Devices Again

It’s time to play the feud. Google is, once again, pulling YouTube support from Amazon devices. And in case you’re wondering why, it’s because their devices aren’t being sold on Amazon, (allegedly) in favor of Amazon’s devices. So Google's feud with Amazon just reached my living room. Got this screen when I... Read More | Share it now!

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Ford Sues John Cena Because he Sold a High-End Sports Car

Whoever served him must have the ability to see the invisible. It seems that John Cena, the world’s most difficult-to-see wrestler, has landed in some hot water with the Ford Motor Company. The WWE wrestler apparently broke a contract he signed when buying a Limited Edition Ford GT. The contract stipulated that he could not resell the car... Read More | Share it now!

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Amazon Driver Craps in Customer’s Driveway

Amazon Deuce will launch proper in 2018. A man in Sacramento, California got more than he ordered from Amazon. Nemy Bautista arrived home on Tuesday to find a large pile of human feces in his driveway. After reviewing his security camera footage, he came to the realization that the Amazon driver that delivered his package that day did some more... Read More | Share it now!

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World’s First Robot Citizen wants Children

Philip K. Dick and Isaac Asimov probably tried to warn us about this, but we didn’t listen. Sophia, the first robot citizen of Saudi Arabia recently responded to questions on her view of family, calling it very important. It’s important to note that Sophia isn’t pre-programmed with responses; she uses machine learning and reads... Read More | Share it now!

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Apple’s macOS is Currently “Turtle on Back” Vulnerable

Mac fans still say macs are safer. As it turns out, Apple’s macOS High Sierra has a really bad bug. Specifically, one that could give someone complete access over your account. Lemi Orhan Ergin, a Turkish software developer, pointed out the flaw in a tweet this Tuesday: Dear @AppleSupport, we noticed a *HUGE* security issue at MacOS High... Read More | Share it now!

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FDA Cracks Down on DIY Gene Therapy Kits

My First Gene Splicer™®© The FDA has recently issued a statement on home gene splicing. Namely that you probably shouldn’t do it. Or, you know, they’ll throw the book at you if they catch you. This follows hot on the heels of a home gene therapy experiment conducted by a 27-year-old involving HIV. Specifically, an experiment meant to... Read More | Share it now!

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