Bitcoin will be priced at $250,000 come 2022 according to Tim Draper, someone who has invested in the likes of Tesla, Skype, and Hotmail. Noteworthy is the fact that he holds 30,000 bitcoins.
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The Central Bank of Iran has announced that other banks in the country are banned from buying and selling bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The bank is trying to clamp down on illegal transactions.
Amazon has now launched Amazon Skill Blueprints for Alexa in the United States. Users can create lots of custom skills from over twenty new templates spanning four categories that have been launched.
Apple has announced that it will make a donation to Conservation International every time someone submits an iPhone through the GiveBack programme. It also launched a disassembly robot called Daisy.
Google has shipped support for the Oculus Rift with its latest stable release of Google Chrome. In order to enable the functionality, users must head to the flags settings; read more for instructions.
Amazon and Best Buy have announced a partnership that will bring next gen Fire TV Edition smart TVs to the U.S. and Canada starting this summer. Toshiba and Insignia will make some of the products.
Google source code suggests that the web giant may be making it possible to boot Windows from the Pixelbook natively. The work may also allow developers to boot Fuchsia OS up more easily.
Pavel Durov has announced that he will donate millions of dollars this year in order to bolster VPN and proxy services in order to allow users to circumvent government bans of the app.
Nokia has joined forces with Smart City Capital in order to help develop smart city projects in Canada to meet the Smart Cities Challenge programme criteria set out by the country this year.
Amazon has announced the availability of nine new books that are available for download, free of charge, through its translation AmazonCrossing service. The offer is part of World Book Day.
Google has announced that its Funding Choices programme will launch in an additional 31 countries over the next several weeks. The programme helps site owners recover lost funds due to ad blockers.
Russia has blocked Telegram after the messaging firm decided not to hand over encryption keys to the FSB. Telegram developers will make back-end changes in order to keep the app working.
Mozilla has updated Firefox for iOS which enables tracking protection by default in both regular and private browsing modes. The update also brings a slew of enhancements specifically for iPad.
Spotify and Hulu have teamed up to start offering a bundle for $12.99 per month. It has been opened up for Spotify Premium users initially and free users will be able to purchase it in the summer.
Facebook has announced the new Data Abuse Bounty Program in an attempt to tackle third parties who misuse people's Facebook data. The firm has suggested that rule breakers will face legal action.