Bitcoin Hits $33,000 as Investors Eye Further Gains for 2021



After a couple of days at consolidation around $29,000, Bitcoin passed $30,000 on January 2nd and climbed as far as $33,300, before retracing to the $31,000 range. This latest milestone puts the

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Workers Against Project Nimbus are Sharing Stories and

In our last issue, we spoke out about Project Nimbus and what it means to us. Now, as we kick off a week of action with demonstrations this Thursday, 15 more voices have joined us. Read more and sign up

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Plasma TV – The New-Tech Television

Plasma TVĀ  : Because of Plasma TVs the concept of having the CRT TV in the home has became very rare or you can say people don’t like to have them now. Because of the demand of flat screens it

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Nissan’s New Tech Center Opened

Nissan’s New Tech : In the race to produce green vehicles, Nissan is lagging behind its fellow Japanese firms Honda and Toyota. These two car companies are already enjoying success in the United States auto market in terms of the

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Despite Didi’s US$1.2 billion fine, China tech’s regulatory

HONG KONG: China’s US$1.2 billion fine on Didi Global draws a line under the ride hailing company’s regulatory woes, but the retroactive application of laws and a lack of clarity on the firm’s business revival show the worst for its

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Tech giants to self-regulate in reducing harmful content in

WELLINGTON: Big tech companies agreed on Monday (Jul 25) to reduce harmful online content in New Zealand, making a move that critics said dodged the alternative of government regulation.

Meta Platforms Inc, Alphabet-owned Google, TikTok, Inc and Twitter had

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