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Bitcoin has not dropped further but is trading mostly sideways within a narrow range near the $3,600 level. It remains to be seen if Bitcoin will suffer another monthly loss this January as appears to be happening.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella lays out 'Netflix for games' vision

Microsoft is building a service that intends to be the "Netflix for games." The service is currently named " Project xCloud," and its goal is to stream high-end video games to any device.

US, Canada promise 'unbiased' process for Chinese executive

The United States and Canada on Wednesday promised an "unbiased" legal process for a Chinese executive whose arrest in Vancouver at US request has riled Beijing.

Aussie businesses complain Google sending outback tourists off the map

Tourism operators in Australia's vast outback say wild inaccuracies in Google Maps are making remote hot spots appear out of reach, deterring people from visiting the region.

Breakthrough made with organic electronics

Organic electronics are set to become more important, they provide the basis for flexible solar cells for example or future electronic paper. A new breakthrough doubles the power.

Huawei founder denies spying for China in rare interview

Huawei's reclusive founder Ren Zhengfei stepped out of the shadows Tuesday to give a rare media interview, forcefully denying accusations that his firm engaged in espionage on behalf of the Chinese government.

Bitcoin almost reached $3,700 after sharp drop on weekend

After a sharp drop ending up below $3,500 Sunday, Bitcoin is showing some signs of recovery today reaching a high close to the $3,700 level

GM to partner with charging networks to help Bolt EV drivers

For EV owners who travel a lot finding a charging spot with the right connections, easy to pay, and with charging space can be a challenge. Different charging networks have different apps that can make for confusion.

Q&A: The Future of encryption in a quantum-led world Special

The U.S. has prioritized research into quantum computing, in order to push forward advances in fields like medicine. However, the quantum world presents new risks for cybersecurity and encryption, according to Professor Shlomi Dolev.

Global car makers intend to spend up to $300 billion on EVs

Global car manufacturers are planning to invest huge sums to develop and obtain batteries and build electric vehicles (EVs) over the next five to ten years.

Predicted growth for anti-drone technology

Just as drone technology advances, the technology designed to disrupt or shoot down drones is also advancing, especially in relation to tackling drones that are designed for military purposes.

Bitcoin moves sideways around the $3,600 level in a narrow range

After a sharp drop, Bitcoin appears to be trading mostly sideways. Perhaps the price is consolidating before another move. Technical signs show it may be downward.

Op-Ed: New University of Michigan 3D light printing 100x faster

3D printing is about to go from “ooze and fuse” to “splash and flash”, using a new photo printing method which can make complex shapes much faster. This could be the first practical step in a new class of design and manufacturing tools.

Stratolaunch nears first flight after high speed taxi tests

The world’s largest airplane, Stratolaunch, is inching closer to its first flight. During a highspeed taxi test yesterday, the team brought the aircraft to 118 knots, lifting the nose off the ground before aborting the takeoff.

Dell unveils new products and gaming developments at CES

Dell has showcased a range of new products and software experiences across its Latitude, XPS and Inspiron portfolios at CES 2019. Dell has also expanded its range of Alienware offerings for gamers.

SpaceX 'parting ways' with 10 percent of work force to get leaner

Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX will reduce its workforce by about 10 percent of the company’s more than 6,000 employees, it said on Friday.

Ford's car seat tester adds 'seat-butt sweat test'

Some cars are more comfortable than others and there is one comfort factor that people often shy away from asking about - 'will I sweat a lot when sitting on this car seat?' Now Ford have a technology solution for this.

Op-Ed: Cannabis investment to grow both in U.S. and Canada in 2019

With Canada legalizing recreational marijuana last October the year 2018 saw a lot of investment in cannabis related companies in Canada. However, U.S. companies and investors are now working to gain a slice of the profits.

Google's two-story theme park ride triumphs at CES 2019

There were many ways the companies tried to attract attention at CES. However, the crowning glory was a specially constructed theme park ride from Google.

India plans manned space mission by December 2021

India will send its first manned mission into space by December 2021, the head of the country's space agency said on Friday.

Survey on AI shows more Americans approve than disapprove it

Artificial Intelligence is likely to be one of the defining technologies of this century. It will no doubt affect everything from warfare to health care to jobs. A recent survey gauges attitudes within the U.S. public to AI.

Bitcoin breaks to the downside losing more than $400

After moving sideways in a narrow range yesterday, today as expected there was a significant move but to the downside rather than a continuation of a recovery.

Bitcoin hovering around $4,000 as market is indecisive

Bitcoin is trading in a very narrow range both above and below the $4,000 level. It has been unable to challenge key resistance levels above $4,000 indicating that the recent rally could be at an end.

New governance rules for drones in Canada

The use of drones, especially by hobbyists and causal users, has increasingly come under the spotlight over safety issues. In Canada new laws have been passed and there are heavy fines, and even jail time, for those who flout the rules.

Tim Cook teases that Apple has 'new services' coming in 2019

Apple CEO Tim Cook teased 'new services' expected from the company in 2019 during an interview with Jim Cramer on CNBC's 'Mad Money.'

IBM unveils New global weather forecasting system at CES 2019

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty unveiled a new global weather forecasting system designed to provide more accurate and timely forecasts around the world at CES 2019 on Tuesday.

US startup eyes next generation of burgers with relish

Can a "high-tech" burger help save the planet?In one sense, it's just a patty made from plant protein.

IBM reveals its first commercial quantum computer

A major announcement was made at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, from IBM. This was the presentation of the computer firm's first commercial quantum computer. This is a 20-qubit 'hybrid' system, capable of quantum and conventional computing operations.

SpaceX hints at launching prototype 'Starship' hopper in February

The flight-test version of SpaceX's Starship vehicle could be ready to take its first short "hopping" excursion in a matter of weeks, company founder and CEO Elon Musk said over the weekend.

Trucking scaleup increases daily autonomous road trips

The Chinese company TuSimple, which also operates in the U.S., is scaling up its operations in the area of autonomous truck services.

Facebook cleared political ads for a far-right group it banned

Facebook allowed political ads for far-right British political group Britain First to run on its platform in December, despite the fact the group is banned from the social network.

Kroger and Microsoft collaborate on digital shelf technology

The Kroger Company and Microsoft Corp announced on Tuesday a collaboration to test an upgraded digital shelf technology that the Cincinnati-based supermarket chain says could speed up shopping for its customers.

Suspect, 20, held over massive German politician data hack

German police said Tuesday they have arrested a 20-year-old suspect in the case of private data stolen from hundreds of politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, and published online.

Bitcoin price seems stalled near the $4,000 level

After breaking through the $4,000 level again yesterday, today Bitcoin (BTC) is still just slightly below the level. It appears stuck and is unable to challenge key resistance levels so far.

IT security-focused predictions for 2019

Consultants Trend Micro predict the biggest upcoming technology trends expected to have an impact on security. A special summary of these predictions have been provided to Digital Journal readers.

Proptech set to disrupt real estate in 2019

The emergence of innovations such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and the Internet of Things is changing the way we do business, and it has caught up with the real estate industry.

Bitcoin beats $4,000 again finally in spurt upwards today

Bitcoin (BTC) has broken through the psychological barrier of $4,000 again today after being unable to do so for several days in spite of technical analyses suggesting that it could.

SpaceX set for its first orbital test flight of Crew Dragon

Hawthorne, California-based SpaceX has moved its first Dragon spaceship designed for astronauts to the launch pad ahead of an uncrewed test flight that's just weeks away.

Review: Paladin 3D, an affordable, all-metal SLA 3D printer Special

Set to launch in April 2019, the Paladin 3D printer provides an affordable and durable SLA 3D desktop printer designed for small businesses or for the home. Digital Journal was given the opportunity to review an advanced release of the device.

CES 2019 — Preview of some of the expo's hottest new gadgets

The CES trade show opens in Las Vegas next week. Most of the big names in tech and many start-ups - will all be competing for attention - some with overhyped gadgets, meaningless concepts, and just plain dumb ideas - But CES 2019 is optimistic.

Tesla customers in Europe and China able to configure Model 3s

Tesla began taking reservations for Model 3s in both Europe and China at year's end of 2018. After making a $1,000 deposit customers were able to use the Tesla online configurator. However, now the customer can use the company's "design studio" as well.
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