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Bitcoin price drops down below $10,000 as recovery fails

Bitcoin has now dropped below the $10,000 level and most cryptocoins are also suffering price declines. Bitcoin is down from a recent high set on February 20. It dropped eight percent within 24 hours.

'Glitch' let customer purchase $2 trillion in Bitcoin for free

The Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif has reported a "system glitch" which allowed customers to purchase cryptocurrencies without paying any value in yen. During the incident, customers used the platform to buy trillions of dollars worth of Bitcoins.

Jesse Ray Sheps talks 'All Square,' John Stamos from 'Full House' Special

Rising actor Jesse Ray Sheps chatted with Digital Journal about his experience playing Brian in "All Square," as well as his comparisons to a young John Stamos in "Full House."

NASA plans 'Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway' by 2023

As part of the fiscal year 2019 budget proposal, NASA is planning to build the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway in the 2020s, and if all goes as planned, it would be ready for human habitation by 2023.

Canada rescinds invitation to Sikh militant to dine with Trudeau

New Delhi - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted Thursday that a convicted Sikh extremist had been invited to dine with him in New Delhi, just the latest controversy to dog his visit to India.

New tar sands technology could be a game-changer for Alberta

Calgary - Ian Gates, an engineer at the University of Calgary thinks an invention he stumbled upon in the laboratory could transform the way Alberta gets its heavy oil to market.

UN bid for Syria ceasefire falters as Russia says no deal

New York - After two weeks of negotiations, Russia on Thursday told the UN Security Council that there was still no agreement on a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, dimming hopes of international action to halt the carnage in Eastern Ghouta.

Former Chicago lead vocalist Jeff Coffey discusses new solo album Special

Jeff Coffey, former lead singer and bassist of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Chicago, chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming solo album.

Stockholm Sweden boasts two operating self-driving shuttle buses

Stockholm - Two self-driving buses started to share the road with pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles in a suburb of Stockholm. The shuttle buses travel at speeds of up to 24 km per hour.

Roku shares plunge on prediction of weak earnings next quarter

Los Gatos - Shares of Roku that manufactures streaming media players and is incorporated in some TVs saw its shares drop more than 20 percent on Thursday morning.

No politics, please: DR Congo tycoon Forrest shares secret of success

Lubumbashi - Rebels have wanted to kill him, NGOs accuse him of exploitation and Chinese newcomers have rattled his Congo mining empire, but George Forrest, one of Africa's biggest businessmen, remains unbowed.

Tesla servers hijacked by cryptocurrency miners

Tesla cloud servers were "crypto-jacked" by attackers who used the resources to mine cryptocurrencies. Security researchers discovered Tesla had failed to take basic steps to secure its account, which had no password protection.

Review: The New Tarot mesmerize Le Poisson Rouge, open for David Cook Special

New York - On February 22, The New Tarot opened up the stage for American Idol winner and singer-songwriter David Cook at Le Poisson Rouge in New York.

Review: This week’s releases will stir audience’s emotions Special

This week’s releases include a comedy sequel that surprises with its quality; a summer adventure movie that is so much more; and several films that inspire because they’re true.

In China's eSport schools students learn it pays to play

Jinan - Most teachers would not be impressed to discover a student playing video games in their class. But at a school in eastern China it is mandatory, part of a drive to train eSport champions and tap into the booming industry."Dammit, I'm dead!

Macerata, Italy's reluctant immigration battleground

Macerata - "There's starting to be too many of them," says a young man at a bar in the central Italian city of Macerata.He does not wish to give his name, but the "them" he talks about are migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

Qualcomm's next 5G chipsets to use Samsung's 7nm process

Qualcomm and Samsung have announced their next 5G mobile chipsets will be built on Samsung's 7nm technology. The new process will improve performance and have a smaller chip footprint. This leaves more room to add new internal components.

Dustin Lynch shares insights on 'I'd Be Jealous Too,' Australia Special

Chart-topping country star Dustin Lynch chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "I'd Be Jealous Too," as well as his upcoming tour in Australia with country mega-star Luke Bryan.

UN diplomats work to avoid Russian veto on Syria ceasefire

New York - UN diplomats pressed on Thursday with tough negotiations on a UN draft resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian ceasefire in Syria, hoping to avoid a Russian veto at the Security Council.

Scientists recreate virtual copy of Mexican underwater cave

Mexico - Scientists from all over the world will soon be able to dive into a virtual 3-D replica of a vast underwater cave off Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, where the oldest skeleton in the Americas was found seven years ago.
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