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Amazon Prime Membership Fee Increases $2 To $12.99 Per Month: Time To Switch To The Annual Plan? : Tech : Tech Times

At CES, LG introduces new smart home products with artificial intelligence Amazon increased the monthly rate of an Amazon Prime membership to $12.99, for a total of $156 over a year. The move may be the online retailer’s way of pushing customers to an annual subscription, which remains at $99.  ( Mark Makela | Getty Images ) Amazon has increased the monthly rate of an Amazon Prime membership by $2 to $12.99, which brings the total cost to about $156…

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Diversifying the blockchain | TechCrunch

It’s common knowledge that the tech and financial industries are not diverse and inclusive places. So when you combine the two and out comes blockchain, what you get from a diversity viewpoint isn’t pretty.  “The consensus is that because blockchain is so niche and it’s mostly early adopters who come from tech and finance, that it’s actually less diverse than those industries that are already struggling to be representative of the population at large,” Raine Revere, co-founder of blockchain education…

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President Trump’s Fake News Awards Top This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Maybe it’s just us, but it seems as though everyone was on pins and needles last week. Between the looming shutdown of the US government, fretting over President Trump praising anti-abortion efforts, and everyone wondering just why Ja Rule was a trending topic on Twitter (no, really, why?), there was a lot of cause for unease—and that feeling spread. Still, it’s not all worrying; at least Superman found his red trunks again. There is good in the world. And then…

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Next-gen Mirai botnet targets cryptocurrency mining operations

A newly discovered variant of the Satori botnet is targeting computers dedicated to mining cryptocurrency to steal Ethereum coins by exploiting a flaw in the Claymore Miner software, researchers have reported. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and agree to the Terms of…

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Intel security patches could cause restarts on hardware old and new

by Zak Killian — 10:30 AM on January 18, 2018 Going on two weeks since the reveal of Meltdown and Spectre, are you all patched up? (Windows users can grab InSpectre if they’re not sure.) If so, how stable has your machine been lately? As Intel admitted last week, some folks on Haswell and Broadwell CPUs are seeing spontaneous system restarts because of the updates. Now, Intel has has a new blog post up with some more details, and as it…

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Amazon’s Checkout-Free Grocery Store Is Opening to the Public

In the shadow of Amazon’s offices in downtown Seattle, people enter a tiny grocery store, take whatever they want, and then walk out. And nobody runs after them screaming. This is what it’s like to shop at Amazon Go, the online retail giant’s vision for the future of brick-and-mortar stores. There are no checkout clerks, or even checkout stands. Instead, a smartphone app, hundreds of regular and infrared cameras on the ceiling (black on black, so they blend in), computer-vision…

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How to stream the NFL championship games today

Free! Legal! (Pretty) easy! There are two NFL games left before the Super Bowl: The New England Patriots play the Jacksonville Jaguars today at 3:05 pm eastern, on CBS, and then the Philadelphia Eagles play the Minnesota Vikings at 6:40 pm, on Fox. It’s easy to watch the games: Turn on your TV, and there they are. You don’t even need a pay TV subscription to watch CBS or Fox (though you may need an antenna). You can also stream…

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Here’s the Sequel to ‘End of Ze World,’ the First Viral Video Ever

The new “End of Ze World” video looks just like the original for exactly two seconds. A few moments later, the long-awaited sequel to what many call the world’s first viral video displays a collage of missiles, pumpjacks, a Nazi flag, a hurricane, and protest signs. Your eyes will immediately drop to the one that says boldly, “WTF?!” This is “End of Ze World… Probably for Real This Time,” and it’s haunting. Image: Jason Windsor The update comes from Jason…

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This week’s Bitcoin Atom fork: A quick primer

Bitcoin Atom, an ambitious Bitcoin fork due to come into existence within the next few days, plans to solve a substantial problem in the cryptocurrency world. The project will use atomic swaps to allow users to exchange tokens at absolutely minimal costs without any intermediaries or centralized exchanges. The project also plans to integrate Lightning Swaps (LS) to power extremely fast and cheap transactions. While the most appealing component of Bitcoin Atom is a potential solution to Bitcoin’s scalability problems,…

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City of Sarajevo bans unsanctioned utterances of its name, threatens Facebook groups / Boing Boing

The proprietors of every Facebook page containing the word “Sarajevo” in its title reportedly received demand letters from the city government of Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia, threatening legal action unless the proprietors pay a royalty for permission to use the city’s name in their pages. After an initial flurry of outrage by operators of Facebook pages, it seems that the city may have granted them blanket permission, in order to forestall legal challenges and defuse public outcry. This…

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