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Scammers are sending bomb scares to nab BTC – TechCrunch

Scammers are sending bomb scares to nab BTC – TechCrunch A new scam is making the rounds that promises to disrupt countless offices and schools. The scam is simple: the scammers send an email threatening to detonate a bomb if they don’t get a certain amount of Bitcoin within a …

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Opera brings a flurry of crypto features to its Android mobile browser – TechCrunch

Opera brings a flurry of crypto features to its Android mobile browser – TechCrunch Crypto markets may be down down down, but that isn’t stopping Opera’s crypto feature — first released in beta in July — from rolling out to all users of its core mobile browser today as the company …

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Apple plans major US expansion including a new $1 billion campus in Austin – TechCrunch

Apple plans major US expansion including a new $1 billion campus in Austin – TechCrunch Apple has announced a major expansion that will see it open a new campus in North Austin and open new offices in Seattle, San Diego and Los Angeles as it bids to increase its workforce …

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Feds like cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech and so should antitrust agencies – TechCrunch

Feds like cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech and so should antitrust agencies – TechCrunch Thibault Schrepel Contributor Thibault Schrepel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Economic Law at Utrecht University and a reviewer at the Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy. While statements and position papers from …

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 updates have been a disaster despite safeguards

Microsoft’s Windows 10 updates have been a disaster despite safeguards After a string of Windows 10 update issues, including severe data loss for a number of users, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President of Windows, Michael Fortin, has spoken out about quality control surrounding Windows development at Microsoft. The post Microsoft’s Windows …

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