Day: May 20, 2019

Expert: SEC Still In Information-Gathering Mode Regarding Bitcoin ETF

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is “still in information-gathering mode” regarding a bitcoin (BTC) exchange-traded fund (ETF), the managing director of ETF.com told CNBC on May 20. Dave Nadig, managing director of а leading authority on ETFs, delivered his comments on the issue during an interview with the ETF Edge show. Nadig …

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Pro Fortnite player sues gaming organization over ‘oppressive’ contract – CNET

Pr Fortnite player Turner Tenney, aka Tfue. Turner Tenney via Instagram A top Fortnite player is suing his gaming organization for allegedly restricting his business opportunities with an “oppressive, onerous and one-sided” contract. Turner Tenney, a 21-year-old professional gamer known as Tfue, has filed a lawsuit against esports team Faze Clan for allegedly limiting his …

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Microsoft publishes first Edge for macOS preview, promises to make it truly “Mac-like”

Enlarge Microsoft One of the most important ways that Microsoft wants to make the new Chromium-based Edge different from the current EdgeHTML-based Edge is in its support for other platforms. The original Edge was, for no good reason, tied to Windows 10, meaning that Web developers on platforms such as Windows 7 or macOS had …

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World of Warcraft Classic beta testers are reporting vanilla WoW features as bugs

Blizzard has released a few images of World of Warcraft Classic that cater to players’ nostalgia. Certainly, a select few dedicated vanilla WoW players will remember trying to take down Ragnaros. Blizzard They’ll also remember the OG armor sets. Blizzard Shamans sure have changed a lot since vanilla WoW. So has Orgrimmar, for that matter. …

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Designer Virgil Abloh collaborated with Pioneer DJ to create custom ‘skeleton’ DJ gear

Artist, fashion designer, and DJ Virgil Abloh has collaborated with Pioneer DJ to create custom off-white and transparent CDJs and a mixer that will be displayed at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art in an exhibition called “FIGURES OF SPEECH.” Abloh first teased the equipment on his Instagram in April, then DJed with it shortly after …

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Massive 2015 natural gas leak caused by microbial corrosion, report says

Aliso Canyon methane leak 6. Earthworks / Flickr A massive natural gas leak at a storage facility in Southern California was caused by microbial corrosion of well equipment, according to a new independent report from analysis firm Blade Energy Partners. The report blames the storage facility owner, Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) for failing to conduct …

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NYSE Arca Seeks Rule Change to List ETF Backed by Bitcoin and T-Bills

NYSE Arca has formally applied to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a rule change that would allow it to list shares in a proposed bitcoin investment trust. The United States Bitcoin and Treasury Investment Trust, managed by Wilshire Phoenix Funds, would invest exclusively in bitcoin and short-term U.S. Treasury securities, according to a …

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Huawei can keep sending software updates to phones for three months, US says

Huawei will be able to keep sending software updates to its phones for the next three months despite an effective sales ban in the United States, after receiving a temporary license from the United States Commerce Department. Reuters first reported on the license, which is set to expire on August 19th. The license, effective today, …

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GM announces ‘exponential jump’ in electronics that will allow OTA updates by 2023

By Simon Alvarez Posted on May 20, 2019 In an announcement on Monday, General Motors Co stated that most of its global fleet of vehicles would be capable of receiving over-the-air software upgrades by 2023. The upgrades, which were unveiled by General Motors President Mark Reuss, are made possible due to the adoption of an …

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US government warns China may have access to drone data

Sponsored Links ASSOCIATED PRESS Today, the Department of Homeland Security issued an alert warning that Chinese-made drones may be sending flight information back to their manufacturers, who could share it with third parties. According to CNN, the alert warns companies and organizations that the US government has “strong concerns about any technology product that takes …

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