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Ken Hanly

Digital Journalist based in Brandon, MB, Canada. Joined on Jun 28, 2009
Expertise in General business news & info, Education, Politics



U.S. Security Exchange Commission cracking down on ICOs

The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) confirmed last week that it is investigating companies and startups associated with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). There had long been rumors that this was happening.

Twitter reported as planning to ban cryptocurrency and ICO ads

Twitter is reported by Sky News to be following in the footsteps of Facebook and Google as it plans to ban advertisements for cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICO).

Carmaker XEV's new EV has many parts created by 3D printing

The LSEV as it is called took only 3 days to make and was produced by Italian car maker XEV and Polymaker a developer of 3D printing.

Blackberry CEO John Chen to stay on after company turnaround

Waterloo - John Chen can keep his job of chief executive officer(CEO) of Blackberry until at least November 2023. Chen is given the credit for rescuing the company when Blackberry appeared to be doomed when he came on as CEO in 2013.

Op-Ed: Microsoft using another means to impose browser Edge on users

Microsoft revealed today that it is testing a new change to its future version of Windows 10 which will make links clicked on in the Windows Mail app open in Microsoft Edge.

Bitcoin price struggles to recover then again dips below $8,000

Yesterday it appeared as if the bitcoin price was in recovery mode but by 13:40 UTC today March 17th it had dropped down below $8,000 again.

Plattsburgh N.Y. first U.S. city to ban cryptocurrency mining

Plattsburgh - The city of Plattsburgh in New York state has become the first US city to ban cryptocurrency mining. The ban is set to last for the next 18 months.

Facebook releases Facebook Lite in U.S. and other countries

Facebook Lite is a version of Facebook specifically designed for developing countries. The version is now being rolled out in a number of more countries including developed countries such as the United States.

China and Canada partner in autonomous EV research

Waterloo - The University of Waterloo located will become partners with two leading institutes in China to pursue research in connected and autonomous vehicle technology.

Vermont house sale recorded using blockchain technology

South Burlington - When Katherine Purcell sold her home in South Burlington Vermont on February 20th, it was groundbreaking and different from the usual house sale. The sale was recorded on a blockchain.

Toys R Us to close or sell over 800 remaining U.S. stores

Wayne - Toys R Us is closing or selling all of the over 800 stores that remain in the United States. The closings were apparently announced to workers today by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Brandon ahead of a bankruptcy hearing scheduled for March 15.

Disney reorganizing in line with its new growth initiatives

Burbank - The Disney Company announced on Wednesday, March 14 that it was reorganizing in keeping with its new growth initiatives, such as direct-to-consumer offerings.

Norway going green, building battery-operated ferry boats

The Sognefjord shipyard made fuel-guzzling boats for the oil industry for many years. Now its prosperity lies in going green, as the shipyard is assembling the first ferry boats that will be entirely powered by batteries.

Bitcoin prices falls as Google bans cryptocurrency ads

On Wednesday morning March 14th the price of bitcoin slipped back below the $9,000 mark as there were several pieces of news that had a negative effect on the market.

Op-Ed: Trump scuttles Broadcom's attempt to takeover Qualcomm

San Diego - The decision to ban any takeover by Singapore's Broadcom of the U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm may signal a shift toward stronger control and oversight of the technology of the telecom and wireless area.

India has second thoughts on ambitious EV program

Just two years ago, the Indian government proposed an ambitious program that would make every new vehicle sold an electric vehicle by 2030.

Tesla suspended production of Model 3 briefly in late February

Palo Alto - The foremost electric car (EV) maker Tesla suspended production of its popular Model 3 for almost a whole week in late February. The suspension was planned to allow time to make changes that the company hopes will increase productivity.

More competition coming for Tesla EV's

Geneva - Tesla did not show up for the Geneva Motor Show. Perhaps the company feels it doesn't have to, as it already dominates in the EV market and EV news coverage. But there is some tough competition headed Tesla's way.

Ripple hires Bloomberg journalist as chief market strategist

Ripple company announced that journalist Cory Johnson has been hired as chief market strategist. Johnson will work closely with the rest of the executive team to help manage the company's growth.

Raising prices and more ads won't end cord cutting

During the last decade cable providers have been slowly losing subscribers as many customers cut the cord and use streaming video competitors such as Netflix and You Tube or Roku and many others.
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