The US firm said it was teaming up with London-based Wenn Media Group to carry out the initial coin offering (ICO). It is part of a blockchain-based initiative to help photographers control their image rights. Kodak also detailed plans to install rows of Bitcoin mining rigs at its headquarters in Rochester, New York. Details of this second scheme - which is being branded the Kodak KashMiner - were outlined at...
According to a source familiar with the company's plans, Verizon is facing political pressure to cancel the launch of a Huawei smartphone later this year. The source stated Verizon intended to sell the Huawei Mate 10 this summer, but it had recently been pushed back to fall, and now it appears there is a strong likelihood it will be cancelled altogether.

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Samsung has now confirmed that it’s going to launch its first flagship smartphone of the year at the Mobile World Congress 2018 which takes place in Barcelona next month. The Mobile World Congress 2018 kicks off on February 26. The Galaxy S9 is still going to be launched a month earlier than its predecessor. The Galaxy S8 was unveiled at a special event at the end of March 2017.

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Thanks to all who participated in the contest and we look forward to feedback on how we can improve the contest for the future. But without further delay I will announce the winners of 2017 Holiday theme contest.

1) @me just sayin
2) @PereDroid (tied)
2) @Thundersuckle Fuzzcandy

The prizes will be a select...

As some of you may have heard recently there have been a large number of security bulletins lately. These stem from some recently discovered holes in all CPU's. The severity depends on CPU architecture as well as Operating System. Google recently posted an update letting us know where Android stands as well as their various other services. Here's what they had to say about Android in particular:

The Android.Fakeapp Trojan has been infecting Google's mobile platform for ages in different forms, and one of its latest variants mimics Uber's interface. According to Symantec, which discovered the new variant after looking at several, the Trojan pops up on screen in regular intervals in an effort to fool you into typing your phone number and password. When you press enter, it sends your log-in credentials to a remote server: the Trojan's creators could then use your log-in to compromise...
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