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We take Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash payments now!

Starting with today, we are proud to announce that we have activated a new gateway for processing payments via Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash altcoins! We took this decision after a lot of you asked us to introduce the possibility to pay for your services with those cryptocurrencies and we hope this will open new business opportunities for you and will allow us to make our customers happy buy providing them...

January 10, 2019 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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The Dot Watch: A braille watch for the bilnd

It’s not one thing most folks admit on an everyday basis, however most watches are primarily useless for the visually impaired. Historically, the answer to the present issue was to create watches with crystals that might flip up, permitting the user to feel the hands. These turned out to be poorly created and touching the hands may be a good way to throw a watch off over time. However there ar additional...

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Apple takes a bite of India with new App Accelerator centre

India is becoming big business in Silicon Valley and Apple is getting in on the action. In Bengaluru over the weekend, the company opened an App Accelerator, which aims to be a tech hub for startups. The centre was announced just under a year ago, when Tim Cook visited the country. The App Accelerator will see Apple work with local app developers, helping to bring better apps to the iOS ecosystem — and...

April 03, 2017 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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The new crazy phone levitating charger

Are you tired of charging your phone with cables, usb adapters and gravity? Well, this could be coming to an end. Either through some cool magic tricks or cool tech, you could soon be charging your phone while it levitates. The OvRcharge device is currently gaining traction on Kickstarter, already halfway towards its $40,000 goal at the time of writing. As the video below shows, the system is comprised of two...

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Search Engines (Google and Bing) have no obligation to censor or filter searches for torrents

Google and Bing are not required to automatically filter “torrent” related searches to prevent piracy, the High Court of Paris has decided. The filter, requested by the local music industry group SNEP, would be too broad, ineffective, and target legitimate content as well. google-bayFor years, entertainment industry groups have been demanding that search engines do something about “pirate sites”...

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HostingCon Global 2016 Countdown: New Trends in Web Application Security

The countdown to HostingCon Global 2016 in New Orleans is on with five days to go before the hosting and cloud industry touches down at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Education is one of the defining aspects of the HostingCon conferences, and with so many excellent sessions and opportunities for learning we wanted to spend the next week offering a preview for our readers who are attending HostingCon....

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The self-driving Olli shuttle powered by IBM Watson makes its debut in Washington

Olli, a self-driving shuttle for 12 passengers running IBM Watson Internet of Things technology, made its debut in a shopping area of the Washington suburbs on Thursday. While some “fine-tuning” of the self-driving features are needed, passengers, by this fall, should be able to ride around and speak directions to Olli on the private roads at the National Harbor shopping and entertainment area on the...

June 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments Tags: ibm, ibm watson, olli, self-driving car, watson
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Microsoft issues cumulative roll-up pack for Windows 7

The bad news? Bundle of five years of fixes available only on Microsoft’s Update Catalog, a hard-to-navigate site that mandates IE Microsoft yesterday threw a bone to Windows 7 users by releasing a cumulative roll-up that collects all the bug fixes from February 2011 to April 2016, making it easier to update a PC running the still-standard OS. The Redmond, Wash. company has ditched the “service...

May 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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Nokia-branded Android phones will return to the market

Several former Microsoft execs launched a new company that will use Nokia branding for new smartphones and tablets. Get ready for new Nokia Android phones. No, Nokia isn’t coming back. Instead a group of former Microsoft executives have formed a company called HMD global, which will use Nokia branding in a new line of Android smartphones and tablets. HMD signed an agreement with Nokia Technologies which allows...

May 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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Amazon adds new Alexa features to Fire TV

Amazon has gone to great lengths in the past year or so to expand its Alexa voice assistant beyond the Echo connected speaker. On Tuesday, one of its other devices that taps the cloud-based Alexa—the Fire TV media streamer—got a whole lot better on Tuesday in an announcement that demonstrates how far behind Google’s recently announced Google Home device already is. While the new features are not...

May 18, 2016 by htxadmin 0 Comments
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