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Ken Hanly

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



Op-Ed: Twitter publishes a huge archive of tweets by foreign trolls

Twitter has announced that it has published an archive of almost 10 million tweets from troll accounts today. This will provide a treasure trove of data.

Bitcoin could see a bull rally early next year analysts claim

At present, Bitcoin (BTC) has been trading basically sideways during the last 24 hours or so around the $6,500 level with a brief jog up to $6,590 and a low of $6,473.

Journal is new software designed to search your information

Journal is a machine-learning and natural language processing-powered platform that will enable you to make searches across all your web services and tools. It has been able to launch a beta community to test the platform.

Op-Ed: Bitcoin may not be a safe haven but seems to be in recovery mode

While there is as yet no analysis of Bitcoin price movements today by Omkar Godpole on CoinDesk there was an analysis yesterday on CoinDesk by Godpole and two other authors arguing that Bitcoin was not a safe haven but a risk asset.

Chairman of Virgin Galactic suspends partnership with Saudis

Richard Branson founder and chairman of the space tourism venture, Virgin Galactic has temporarily suspended a partnership with Saudi Arabia until the issue of missing Washington Post reporter Jamal Khashoggi is cleared up.

Irish Data Commissioner investigates Twitter data privacy issue

Irish privacy regulators are launching an investigation into precisely how much data Twitter collects from, its URL-shortening system.

Huawei to partner with Audi to develop self-driving technology

The Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei will partner with the German auto maker Audi to develop self-driving technology for cars that will be made in China.

Bitcoin back over $6,200 but with bearish signs

After a big drop early this morning below $6,200 for the rest of the day so far Bitcoin has recovered to well over that level as it appears to be gaining a bit of lost ground in spite of bearish signals.

Shredded $1.4 million Banksy print may be worth much more now

Last week, a framed copy of Banksy's "Girl with Balloon" shredded itself just moments after it had been auctioned off for the huge sum of $1.4 million at Sotheby's auction house.

Bitcoin dips briefly below $6,200 but then moves above again

Bitcoin started out over $6,600 today but dropped down to a low of $6,464 at around 06:00 this morning UTC. Since then it has recovered considerably and was at around $6,542 around 22:00 UTC. There is still no breakout up or downwards a move long overdue.

New Zealand company declares four-day work week trial a success

Auckland - Perpetual Guardian, a New Zealand business that manages trusts, wills, and estate planning, claims that its trial of a four-day work week over March and April this year was a success. The company will be adopting the new schedule full time.

Vespa's first electric scooter to cost more than $7,000

Two years after it was first announced, the first all-electric Vespa scooter is about to start selling in Europe. Parent company Piaggio said the starting price will be 6,390 euros, or a bit over $7,300

Bitcoin breaks over $6,600 but with no clear up or down direction

Bitcoin(BTC) still continues trading in a narrow range over the weekend and into Monday without any significant breakthrough up or down in spite of the fact that a sharp break has been expected for several days now.

Honda to invest $2.75 billion in GM autonomous vehicle subsidiary

Honda has hardly any electric cars in its lineup — yet it is going to invest $2.75 billion in Cruise, the autonomous driving company bought by giant GM.

Many low potency products expected as Canada legalizes marijuana

On October 17 legal recreational marijuana will go on sale in Canada. Some industry insiders claim this will create a strong demand for less potent products as new customers enter the market.

Op-Ed: U.K. security supports Apple and Amazon denial of Chinese hacking

A recent Bloomberg article claimed that 17 unnamed intelligence and company sources reported that Chinese spies had placed computer chips inside equipment used by about 30 companies as well as numerous US government agencies.

Bitcoin trading sideways over $6,500 with no big break up or down

Bitcoin rose up over the open a hundred dollars early in today's trading but since then has been trading sideways above the $6,500 level

In last six years more than 250 worldwide died taking selfies

A report by researchers at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, a group of medical colleges in New Delhi, shows that over 250 people worldwide died while taking selfies just over the last six years.

Bitcoin trading around $6,500 level without clear direction yet

Bitcoin(BTC) is continuing trading mostly sideways in a narrow range. It was expected to establish a definite trend up or down. The level of least resistance is down but so far a definite break has not happened.

Amazon's minimum wage hike to 15 dollars per hour may boost sales

Amazon will raise the wages of over 250,000 minimum wage employees to $15 an hour. This is more than twice the present federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. The wage hike goes into effect on November 1.
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