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YouTube Added as Defendant in Class Action Lawsuit Against BitConnect

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According to court documents filed July 3, YouTube has been added as a defendant in a class action lawsuit against BitConnect. The lawsuit was initially filed on January, 24 by six individuals represent by law firm Silver Miller. The claimants state that crypto investment platform BitConnect issued crypto tokens that were unregistered securities, and obtained Read More

The best of Google’s Android is coming to cheap feature phones

2 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on The best of Google’s Android is coming to cheap feature phones
About 83% of the world’s four billion smartphones run on Google’s Android operating system, making it some of the most influential code of our generation. But fewer people are buying smartphones for the first time in a decade, and the market for cheaper feature phones has started to grow again. So Google is going after Read More

Uber hires a cricket superstar to show India it’s not going anywhere

4 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on Uber hires a cricket superstar to show India it’s not going anywhere
Till just a few months ago, talk of a possible merger between Uber and its fierce Indian rival, Ola, was rife. But the American cab hailing service has clearly decided to ride solo. In the second week of June, Uber unveiled Virat Kolhi, the Indian national cricket team’s captain, as the face of its brand Read More

Sorry ladies, Sumeet Vyas’s first love remains the internet

1 month ago admin2 Comments Off on Sorry ladies, Sumeet Vyas’s first love remains the internet
Back in 2000, as a rookie actor with Nadira Babbar’s theatre company, Ek Jute, Sumeet Vyas earned a meagre Rs250 ($3.69) per show. So, he ventured into television and ad films to keep his wallet full. Soon he was even adapting and writing plays. In 2011, Vyas got his break in Bollywood with English Vinglish Read More

New HOB Podcast: Ver’s Sci-Fi Novel Life, Voorhees Buys Tucker’s Tie for $27k

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on New HOB Podcast: Ver’s Sci-Fi Novel Life, Voorhees Buys Tucker’s Tie for $27k
Promoted Humans of Bitcoin (HOB) is off to a rousing start in its second season on the Bitcoin.com Podcast Network, diving deeply into Bitcoin pioneers over two installments. The current episode features crypto evangelist Jeffrey Tucker, Editorial Director at the American Institute for Economic Research, in a fast-moving interview exploring his intellectual development and discovery Read More

Regain Control From Nanny Zuck – How To Make Facebook Show You The News Again

5 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Regain Control From Nanny Zuck – How To Make Facebook Show You The News Again
Op-Ed The beginning of 2018 saw a dramatic change in how the world’s most popular social media platform, Facebook, presented its content. Curation has always been a real issue with Facebook, but users who were once empowered to decide their personal feed scroll are now actively being managed. Here’s how to gain back some control. Read More

3 Web Giants That Could Be Decentralized on a Blockchain

6 months ago admin2 Comments Off on 3 Web Giants That Could Be Decentralized on a Blockchain
The web has taken over our lives, and with that, online enterprises have grown into huge monoliths of power. Yet, while tech giants give us access to the stuff we like – music, movies, shopping – blockchain enthusiasts think an individual’s web experience could be greatly improved by decentralization. If the web’s giants decentralize, the Read More

Eight ways English is creeping its way into Chinese, as explained by a Chinese YouTuber

8 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Eight ways English is creeping its way into Chinese, as explained by a Chinese YouTuber
The Chinese government doesn’t like it when English words sneak their way into its ancient language. Government censors have tried to ban English words in the media, even in cases where there is no obvious Chinese equivalent, like “wi-fi” and “iPhone.” But the government can’t really censor how people talk, and people in China already Read More

The economic case that net neutrality was always fundamentally bad for the internet

8 months ago admin2 Comments Off on The economic case that net neutrality was always fundamentally bad for the internet
Net neutrality may be over. The Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai recently proposed getting rid of regulations that stop internet service providers from charging fees to content providers for faster connections. The FCC votes on Dec. 14, and the proposal is likely to pass. The term net neutrality was coined by Tim Wu, who Read More

PR: Spectiv VR Video Streaming Platform Launch – Pre-ICO December 8th

8 months ago admin2 Comments Off on PR: Spectiv VR Video Streaming Platform Launch – Pre-ICO December 8th
This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. Today marks the alpha launch of the community-driven VR streaming Read More