Someone made a game where you ride the rapidly changing prices of cryptocurrencies

The cryptocurrency world is a strange one, but at least it has a sense of humor. A new game has you riding a little crypto-car along the wildly fluctuating prices of major and minor currencies. It's quite ridiculous, and it isn't even a bad game!

Jupiter Networks invests $2.5M in enterprise tech accelerator Alchemist

Alchemist, which began as an experiment to better promote enterprise entrepreneurs, has morphed into a well-established Silicon Valley accelerator. To prove it, San Francisco-based Alchemist is announcing a fresh $2.5 million investment ahead of its 20th demo day on Wednesday. Jupiter Networks,

Watch Blue Origin’s 10th New Shepard mission launch a science-loaded capsule to space

Blue Origin, the rocket company founded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, is about to undertake the 10th launch of its New Shepard launch vehicle, with its capsule chock full of experiments. The launch, which was originally scheduled for a month ago but delayed for various reasons, will be take place at 6:

Elon Musk says Tesla vehicles will soon get a ‘Sentry Mode’

Tesla owners may soon have a way to see (and record) damage that happens to their vehicles when they’re unattended. Tesla will roll out “Tesla Sentry Mode” for all cars with Enhanced Autopilot, CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet Tuesday.

Viacom buys the free video streaming service for $340 million

Viacom is bucking the trend of launching new premium subscription-based entertainment offerings with its bid to acquire Pluto TV for $340 million in cash. It’s a way to distribute the company’s once mighty-with-millennial properties like Cartoon Network, Comedy Central,

Rocket Lab snags DARPA launch contract for first 2019 mission

Launch startup Rocket Lab is following the success of its first couple commercial launches by adding a prestigious (and deep-pocketed) new client: DARPA. The New Zealand-based company will send an experimental satellite called R3D2 into low Earth orbit sometime in late February if all goes well.

Police license plate readers are still exposed on the internet

Smile! You’re on camera. At least, your license plate is. You might have heard of automatic license plate recognition — known as ALPR (or ANPR in the U.K. for number plates). These cameras are dotted across the U.S.

Netflix joins the Motion Picture Association of America

Hollywood’s highest-profile lobbying group, the Motion Picture Association of America, has announced the addition of a new member: Netflix. The trade group’s membership includes the major Hollywood studios, including Disney, Paramount, Sony, Fox, Universal and Warner Bros.

Utah’s Pluralsight unveils IPO filing

Pluralsight, the Utah-based education technology company, has revealed its IPO filing.  Given the timing of the unveiling, the company is likely targeting a May public debut. Its core business is online software development courses, helping people improve their skills in categories like IT,

Google initiative looks to preserve walkable copies of Earth’s historical sites on the web

Indiana Jones’ exclamation of, “It belongs in a museum!” is taking a trip into the digital age with a Google initiative that will save archaeological sites to the cloud. Google’s non-profit Arts and Culture arm is partnering with another non-profit, Oakland-based CyArk,

Facebook points finger at Google and Twitter for data collection

‘Other companies suck in your data too’ Facebook explained in many, many words today with a blog post detailing how it gathers information about you from around the web. Facebook product management director David Baser wrote “Twitter,

Galaxy S5样张曝光 确认1600万像素摄像头

再过一周就要到 MWC 2014 世界移动通信大会了,HTC、索尼、LG 和华为等各厂商旗舰蓄意待发,不过其中关注度最高的莫过于三星的 Galaxy S5。


还记得每年Google I/O 开发者大会放票时宛如抢某米手机一样的盛况么?为了杜绝这种现象的发生,Google 决定……今年改成摇号了。

Steve Jobs Defied Convention, and Perhaps the Law

Hugh Pickens DOT Com (2995471) writes "James B. Stewart writes in the NYT that recent revelations that Steve Jobs was the driving force in a conspiracy to prevent competitors from poaching employees raises the question: If Steve Jobs were alive today, should he be in jail?

2014年财富世界500强榜单出炉:三星苹果前20 中移动第55


DHL 是這樣運送 Nikon 充電器的

「過度包裝」並不是日本人的專利,從以上圖片來看,大概是運送巨型相框、一大箱器材、或是很易碎的高價品吧?錯了,原來只是運送一個 Nikon MH-65 充電器!?(下圖)  閱讀全文

GrubHub's Second Course: CEO Opens Up About Life After Its IPO

Matt Maloney thought the day his company went public would be one big celebration, but that didn't turn out to be the caseHe walked into the New York Stock Exchange on the morning of April 4 to ring the bell and watch as GrubHub, the online food delivery business he cofounded a decade earlier,

Thank God It's Thursday: What to Expect from the Return of 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Scandal'

The wait is overThursday night marks the return of Shonda Rhimes-created favorites Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, who will kick off Seasons 11 and 4, respectivelySee also:



Protesters shut down New York bridge during morning commute

Protesters brought traffic to a standstill on New York's Verrazano–Narrows Bridge on Monday morning for a demonstration over the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner.See also:

PSA: Order Your Christmas Gifts From Amazon by Friday for Free Shipping

Friendly reminder: if you're ordering gifts from Amazon and you want to get them with free shipping by Christmas, you have to order them by Friday, December 19. Make your list, check it twice, etc. Read more...

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