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Japanese tech vendor puts its digital token Link on its recently launched exchange Bitbox, making it available for trade with three cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Tether.
Hezbollah agents used Facebook profiles for attractive women to trick targets into installing spyware-infected apps.
Samsung Electronics has introduced new brands in its semiconductor component business -- processors and image sensors -- for automotive applications.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reportedly been warned by two US senators to exclude Huawei from taking part in nationwide 5G mobile network deployments.
Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy Note 9 devices in South Korea 54 days after sales began, down on the preceding Galaxy Note 8 which hit the same number in 48 days.
Roadshow is targeting four sites that provide access to allegedly copyright-infringing subtitles for TV shows and movies, with Addic7ed, opensubtitles.org, Subscene, and YIFY subtitles under aim.
Twilio says adding email to its communications platform -- which includes voice, messaging and video -- will let customers use Twilio to manage all of their communications channels.
Adobe said its addressable market is swelling and it is working to connect its clouds into an enterprisewide experience, document and media juggernaut.
Those wanting to upgrade their iPhones currently have an interesting dilemma. And Apple store employees are very aware of it.
In addition to NAB Ventures' equity investment, the bank plans on integrating Slyp's technology into its own banking services.