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Bitcoin's dirty little secret has real-world consequences

Bitcoin is basically a cryptocurrency, secret computer money without any physical form. Today, one bitcoin is worth nearly $19,000, but to get one, you either buy from an online exchange or use special computer hardware to mine it, and that is a problem.

Smart parking solution based on cryptocurrency payment

To make the process of parking easier for businesses and for consumers a blockchain company has come up with a smart solution, based on a decentralized network and the use of a cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin breaks through $19,000 setting new high

As investors prepare for a second bitcoin futures launch by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) its price reached a new high of $19,783.06 at 12:14 UTC today , December 17th.

Artificial intelligence is the key to unlocking fusion reactions

Princeton - One barrier to developing nuclear fusion to generate energy is the complexity of predicting the major disruptions that can halt fusion reactions and damage the walls of future reactors. Physicists think artificial intellignece holds the answers.

Cybersecurity trends for 2018

The main technology headlines in the media during this year have been about cybersecurity and the range of businesses that have been affected by cyeberattacks. To help protect businesses in 2018, cybersecurity service firm Zenedge provides answers.

Homicide team probe 'suspicious' Canada billionaire couple deaths

Montr - Toronto's homicide unit has taken over a probe into the "suspicious" deaths of Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, police said Sunday after finding they had died of strangulation.

World's steepest funicular railway opens in Switzerland

Stoos - Swiss President Doris Leuthard inaugurated the Stoos funicular railway line on Friday evening, cutting the ribbon and taking a ride on the world's steepest funicular railway line to the Alpine village of Stoos.

Putin thanks Trump for help in foiling attack plot

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked his US counterpart Donald Trump on Sunday for the CIA's help in thwarting a planned attack in Saint Petersburg, the second time in a week that the leaders have exchanged praise.

Physicists discover new form of matter

Physicists have demonstrated, for the first time, the existence of a new form of matter called excitonium. This material has perplexed scientists since it was first theorized, some 50 years ago.

Review: Demi Lovato superb on 'Tell Me You Love Me' Special

Global pop music star Demi Lovato has released her new music video for "Tell Me You Love Me" via Island/Safehouse/Hollywood Records .

Review: Gary Oldman gives Oscar worthy performance in 'Darkest Hour' Special

British actor Gary Oldman has given the best acting performance of his career as Winston Churchill in the film "Darkest Hour."

Review: Luke Bryan excellent on new 'What Makes You Country' album Special

On December 8, country superstar Luke Bryan released his newest studio album, "What Makes You Country," via Capitol Records Nashville.

At least five killed in suicide attack on Pakistan church: officials

Quetta - At least five people were killed and 21 injured when two suicide bombers attacked a church in Pakistan during a service Sunday, just over a week before Christmas, police said.

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' soars on North America opening

Washington - "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" soared to $220 million on its North American opening weekend, data released Sunday showed, backing up months of hype and earning critical praise even as early audiences didn't quite feel the Force.

Review: An evening with Kenny Rogers at Oakdale Theatre in Connecticut Special

Wallingford - On December 15, Country Music Hall of Famer Kenny Rogers performed at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Connecticut.

Review: Stevie Nicks and Lana Del Rey stunning on new collaboration Special

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Nicks is featured on Lana Del Rey's new album on the track "Beautiful People Beautiful Problems," which was released in July of 2017.

High and dry: Pakistan's penchant for hash

Peshawar - Niaz Ali is a deeply religious man: He prays five times a day and visits the mosque as frequently as possible. But he also loves to smoke hashish -- lots of it.

Raising the bar: local brews make a comeback in Syria

Damascus - For years, Abu George's bar in Damascus's Old City served imported beers under portraits of famous foreigners Che Guevara and Marilyn Monroe -- but the brews on offer now are Syrian-made.

The Moody Blues' John Lodge talks success, fans and iconic songs Special

John Lodge of The Moody Blues is headed to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, for the Class of 2018. He chatted about several iconic recordings that inspired him, thanked his fans, and he furnished his definition of success.

British embassy worker found murdered in Lebanon: official

Beirut - A British woman employed at the UK embassy in Lebanon has been found murdered, a senior official said Sunday, adding that the crime did not appear to be political.
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