Why Are The Markets Not Correcting

So let’s get to it, what did we learn over the past week? We were informed by Intel that its computer chips were affected by a bug that makes them vulnerable to hacking. All computers with Intel chips from the past 10 years are affected. Considering that computer chips are basically the backbone and brain behind… Please follow and like us:

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Report: Netflix, Amazon, movie studios file suit against Dragon Box streaming device

It’s no secret that TV is having a renaissance right now. With the rise of streaming, smartphones and internet TV, an assembly line of scripted shows, movies and documentaries about all sorts of topics are in production. Along with sparking fierce competition, this has put high demand on the technology it takes to watch these content.… Please follow and like us:

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10 reasons to buy crypto-currencies other than Bitcoin

WASHINGTON, January 12, 2018.: The sudden, perhaps unexpected spurt in the price of Bitcoin is leading investors to show interest in other crypto-currencies. While demand for about a dozen other crypto-currencies of the world remains slightly muted, indications are, their prices would also soar in coming months. Several reasons have led to the exponential increase in… Please follow and like us:

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Comcast quietly fired hundreds in direct sales before Christmas

Hundreds of door-to-door salespeople for Comcast who walk neighborhoods and troll apartment complexes to pitch its telecom and TV services were called into company offices about two weeks before Christmas and fired, according to an employee and Comcast documents reviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com. The Florida employee could not be identified because… Please follow and like us:

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CULTURE – A look back at the key words of 2017, from ‘covfefe’ to youthquake

Several new words made their way into the lexicon in 2017 while others were inadvertently invented. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at some of the terms that helped define the year. Covfefe US President Donald Trump is no stickler for traditional spelling and usage, but when he tweeted the word “covfefe” in May, millions were… Please follow and like us:

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Last year in tech: 2017 edition

Fidget spinners, iPhone X, tons of hacks, and all the important tech stuff from this past year. Magic Leap Goggles We have seen some things. Oh my, have we seen some things. Magic Leap Year-end wrap-ups are the best. We get to sit here in our new holiday pajamas and dish out harsh judgments on everything… Please follow and like us:

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Streaming becomes mainstream as cord-cutting accelerates

CHICAGO — Cord-cutting is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet. “This was really the year that cord-cutting… Please follow and like us:

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Liberals are freaking out over the repeal of net neutrality and it’s hilarious

December 15,2017 –  FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced on Thursday the repeal of the net neutrality restrictions instituted by President Obama in 2015. And liberals are freaking out. “The Government Just Voted To Completely Screw Up The Internet As You Know It,” declared Buzzfeed. Mother Jones was even funnier, “Yes, Net Neutrality Is… Please follow and like us:

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China in the fast lane on Digital Silk Road

The International Cooperation Along the Digital Silk Road Forum is held in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province on Dec 4, 2017, the second day of the 4th World Internet Conference. [Photo by Xiang Wenjian/chinadaily.com.cn] The ancient Silk Road was a trade route that for centuries connected East and West. In this technological era, it is being revived via… Please follow and like us:

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Some Say Facebook and Amazon Should Be Broken Up. Here’s Why That Thinking Is Wrong.

Is it time for Congress to step in and dismantle Facebook, Amazon, and Google’s ever-expanding internet empires? In recent months, the left has raised sharp cries against the dangers of tech companies’ rapid growth and allegedly ironclad hold of their respective market spaces. Some critics have even argued that internet giants such as “Amazon, Google, and… Please follow and like us:

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Net Neutrality And Bitcoin: Ending One Could Spell Doom For The Other

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has all but hit the last nail in the coffin for net neutrality. In just a few more weeks, the body is expected to vote so that net neutrality protections could be eliminated. This has spurred discussions online and offline on the effect the elimination would… Please follow and like us:

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Dark Web Drug Sites Grow Despite Major Police Busts

The illegal drug market on the so-called dark web is growing rapidly according to a report that showed a crackdown on more than 20,000 rogue websites on the open web has forced vendors to underground sites. The report by Europol and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA published Tuesday warned that criminals… Please follow and like us:

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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies: Good, bad or ugly?

WASHINGTON, November 25, 2017 – Almost every available video about investing in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin is created by an individual who seems completely insane. For many critics of these videos, there appears to be a strong correlation between investing and a firm belief that the earth is flat. The best-known cryptocurrency todate is Bitcoin. But what… Please follow and like us:

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Net neutrality: Progressives erupt over FCC proposal to repeal Obama-era rules

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled Tuesday plans to dismantle the Obama administration’s “net neutrality” rules, prompting cheers from Republicans and outrage from the left. Mr. Pai, a longtime critic of what he described as the “heavy-handed, utility-style regulations” for the internet, circulated the proposed draft called the Restore Internet Freedom Order among his fellow… Please follow and like us:

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Apple Kowtows To China Again, Delivering Another Blow To Internet Freedom

Apple Inc. has reportedly removed Skype, a popular communication service, from its app store in China, according to The New York Times. “We have been notified by the Ministry of Public Security that a number of voice over internet protocol apps do not comply with local law,” an Apple spokeswoman told TheNYT Tuesday. “Therefore, these apps… Please follow and like us:

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