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Indian Government Delays Introducing Cryptocurrency Bill

The Indian government previously told the supreme court that the country’s cryptocurrency bill may be introduced in the Winter session of parliament. However, the crypto bill is not included in the agenda published by Lok Sabha, the lower house of India’s parliament. This gives the community a sigh of relief as many have been campaigning to [Read More...]

Launch of London’s First Same Day Photo and Video Studio

London, United Kingdom, November 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– The pioneering concept makes the content creation of images and videos affordable and rapidly available, thanks to the use of state-of-the-art technology and high-end equipment photography. Whether a customer is looking for engaging imagery for social media, professional product [Read More...]

FlipHTML5 Launches an Online eBook Creator for eBook Designers

Hong Kong, China, November 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– FlipHTML5 recently released an online eBook creator that brings the benefits of digital eBooks to an even wider audience. Available free of charge, the new eBook creator is designed to be used by complete beginners who have no knowledge of eBook creation. “Up to now, many organizations [Read More...]

Vision-Box Launches the New Production Facility in Aboboda (PT)

Lisbon, Portugal, November 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– On November 11th, Vision-Box, market leader of biometric recognition and automation for passenger handling, border control and digital identity management solutions, officially celebrated the opening of its largest manufacturing and logistics operation facilities in Portugal. The new [Read More...]

CRMIT Announces New Vice President, BI & Analytics for Customer360

Atlanta, GA, November 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– CRMIT Solutions, a pioneer in Customer360 solutions and one of the leading providers of Salesforce solutions, today announced the appointment of Naveen Vemulapati, as Vice President BI & Analytics for Customer360. Naveen has over 22+ years of extensive experience in designing road maps, [Read More...]

The maker of viral deepfakes of Mark Zuckerberg and Boris Johnson says they show how personal data can be used in unexpected ways, even of those in power (Maya Shwayder/Digital Trends)

Maya Shwayder / Digital Trends: The maker of viral deepfakes of Mark Zuckerberg and Boris Johnson says they show how personal data can be used in unexpected ways, even of those in power  —  Bill Posters is a former street artist based in the U.K. You may not know his name, but if you’ve been paying attention, you’ve likely seen his [Read More...]

Germany Barely Avoids Recession, Economy Remains Stagnated

The German economy, the largest and most influential in Europe, narrowly missed falling into recession last quarter. But with quarterly GDP growth averaging a little over 0% since the third quarter of last year, the Old Continent’s economic powerhouse is facing stagnation. Also read: Germany’s Financial Crisis Invokes 5-Year Rent Freeze [Read More...]

Docs show surveillance robots from Knightscope collect data using tools like facial recognition, automatic license plate readers, and wireless device detection (Dave Gershgorn/OneZero)

Dave Gershgorn / OneZero: Docs show surveillance robots from Knightscope collect data using tools like facial recognition, automatic license plate readers, and wireless device detection  —  OneZero obtained a presentation that reveals how Knightscope uses facial recognition and license plate readers to track [Read More...]

Iranian Grid Explains Electrical Costs Will Fluctuate for Bitcoin Miners

Throughout the course of 2019, Iran’s government and the country’s energy officials have been creating new guidelines for bitcoin miners setting up data facilities in the oil-rich nation. On Wednesday, Mostafa Rajabi, a spokesperson for Iran’s Energy Ministry, described a new price model for mining operations and prices per kilowatt-hour [Read More...]
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