The rate of growth is astounding.
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For now the tricks are still secret, but there's no secret on how to join the party.
To be clear, anyone who claims to know the direction of bitcoin tomorrow should be taken with a grain of salt.
The founder of Bitcoin ATM wastes no time on a bitcoin-paved information superhighway.
In light of all the buzz surrounding the first widely used digital currency, it's a good time to talk some bitcoin basics.
Will Jeff Berwick's new company launch the first bitcoin-powered ATM in Cyprus?
What gives a shiny rock that has no real utility--outside of jewelry and limited industrial use--any kind of real world value?
Obviously, climate scientists, economists, and activists have been making the case for years that global warming will bear massive, very tangible costs in the not-so-distant future.
The State of the Union will be all about the middle class, but the upper class keeps winning.
If Hasbro really wanted to modernize Monopoly, it'd allow its pretend industrialists to soar around the board on the backs of a 'bot.
This robot-induced unemployment apocalypse has been fermenting for decades, but it’s accelerated in recent times.
Playwright Karel Capek was going to call the artificial workers 'Labori', but his brother suggested “robots,” instead. It’s not surprising then, that the robots in 'Rossum's Universal Robots' feel like a pretty thinly-veiled metaphor.
Whether we know it or not, when we're stressed about finance we become hoarders for our stomachs.
At least not as much as being born Swiss, Australian, or even Taiwanese.
BFFs are for poor people who stay put, suggests a new study.
Agriculture killing machine.
Look guys, a disaster! Which means someone somewhere is going to try and profit from it.
When all is said and done, Sandy could end up costing $50 billion, according to estimates by IHS Global Insight.
Apple is expected to announce the next generation iPhone 5 today, and as if the usual hype train that accompanies a new Apple release weren't already running off the rails, the "media is now reporting":http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klein/w…
This summer, more young people than ever will be engaged in app development. When you think of app designers, you probably imagine shaggy 25 year olds with an idea for a hyper-efficient mobile payment system burning in their hearts like a $1.75 Jesus…
Last week’s unemployment numbers mean that for the third straight year, the U.S. economy has fallen into a spring slump, adding a dismal 69,000 jobs. That number falls short of 90,000, the growth number accepted by the Congressional Budget Office (CB…
Whatever your feelings are about "fairly" paying janitors (Harvard just "came to an agreement with its janitors":http://www.boston.com/Boston/metrodesk/2011/11/harvard-custodians/fJiazmLaZMEst2uvDZeNqO/index.html, though Newt Gingrich "says he wants"…