How to Turn Off Facebook's Face Recognition Features

Facebook recently expanded its face recognition features—and you may have opted in without even realizing...

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More Infrastructure Support Joins the Bitcoin Cash Ecosystem
Mar01

More Infrastructure Support Joins the Bitcoin Cash Ecosystem

This week the Bitcoin Cash network has gained more infrastructure and support from a variety of crypto-based businesses. Additionally, the digital asset has seen increased trade volume, and its price has been holding steady after the big dip that affected the entire cryptocurrency market ecosystem. Also Read: Las Vegas Strippers Accept Bitcoin via QR Tattoos Bitcoin Cash Markets Consolidate for the Next Move So far the Bitcoin...

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PR: Education Ecosystem Announces Token Exchange Listings and Chance to Win Three Tesla Model S Cars
Mar01

PR: Education Ecosystem Announces Token Exchange Listings and Chance to Win Three Tesla Model S Cars

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. Education Ecosystem (LiveEdu) has announced that their Education token will be issued to crowdsale contributors and also listed...

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Dotcom: Obama Admitted “Mistakes Were Made” in Megaupload Case
Mar01

Dotcom: Obama Admitted “Mistakes Were Made” in Megaupload Case

When Megaupload was forcefully shut down in 2012, it initially appeared like ‘just’ another wave of copyright enforcement action by US authorities. When additional details began to filter through, the reality of what had happened was nothing short of extraordinary. Not only were large numbers of Megaupload servers and millions of dollars seized, but Kim Dotcom’s home in New Zealand was subjected to a military-style...

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New PS4 Jailbreak Hits Firmware 4.55, Excites the Masses
Mar01

New PS4 Jailbreak Hits Firmware 4.55, Excites the Masses

Largely since the advent of the third generation of games consoles in the early to mid 80s, adventurous users have been interested in making their machines do things they’re not supposed to. In common with the 8bit games-capable computers that preceded them, much emphasis was placed on piracy, with people seeking to cut console games costs with copies of what would otherwise be expensive investments. Alongside, however, was a...

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