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North Korean hackers are robbing crypto-currency exchanges - 12/14/2017

North Korean hackers aimed at Bitcoin and other digital tokens. Sanctions, as well as a rapid rise in the price of Bitcoin, led to the fact that cybercrime in North Korea switched from state institutions to crypto-currency exchanges. Companies specializing in cyber security are noting North Korean hackers’ attempts to steal crypto currency. "The fact is that North Korea has repeatedly attacked...

Four gadgets that you won't need in 2018 - 12/12/2017

Gadgets are becoming increasingly more "smart" and innovative every year. But it is not always reasonable to buy another technological novelty immediately after its appearance on the market. With which devices techno-geeks should be better off in the coming year 2018? The first step is always troublesome. This folk wisdom can be fully attributed to some devices, which just appeared on the market....

LG launches new lighting brand Luflux - 12/11/2017

South Korean company LG Display commenced the mass production of light OLED-panels of the fifth generation at its plant in the city of Gumi. "The beginning of mass production of lighting panels based on OLED technology is an important turning point in this industry," said LG Display’s Vice President. The new plant will allow the company to improve the quality of products while reducing its cost....

Japanese manufacturers are introducing IoT due to corporate scandals - 12/06/2017

Increasingly more large corporations are announcing announce introduction of the "Internet of things" (IoT) in their production cycles. Representatives of the Japanese industrial sector, which recently came through several scandals connected with low quality of products and deception of consumers, are no exception. Experts believe that in this way Japanese companies want to improve the current...

First models of electric trucks will be introduced in 2019 - 12/04/2017

Passenger electric vehicles are not exotic anymore, yet electric trucks are still mostly at the level of concepts. However, several companies promise to begin production as early as 2019. In November, American Tesla introduced an electric truck called Semi. The truck will be able to drive about 500 km on one charge and will be unmanned. Production should begin as early as 2019. The price for a...

Apple's HomePod will miss Christmas sales - 11/21/2017

Apple acknowledged that, despite of all the promises made at the presentation, the company will not be able to release HomePod, a Siri-based speaker, before the New Year. "We are eagerly waiting for people to try HomePod, Apple's revolutionary wireless home speaker, but we need a little more time before it is ready for our customers…We will begin shipping to the US, UK and Australia in early...

Tesla reveals Semi and Roadster - 11/17/2017

Tesla showed its own electric truck Semi and a new electric car model Roadster. According to the company's forecasts, their production can start as early as 2019 and 2020 respectively. However, some analysts doubt that Tesla will be able to launch mass production of new electric vehicles. American manufacturer of electric vehicles Tesla introduced two new cars - Semi electric truck and electric...

Automakers team up to create a network of electric charging stations - 11/06/2017

Several automakers have joined forces to create a network of electric charging stations near European highways. The first 20 charging stations for electric vehicles Ionity should be built by the end of 2017. Six autoconcerns founded a joint venture to build stations for rapid charging of electric vehicles. Ionity company, created by German automakers BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche, as...

Automakers team up to create a network of electric charging stations - 11/06/2017

Several automakers have joined forces to create a network of electric stations near European highways. The first 20 charging stations for electric vehicles Ionity should be built by the end of 2017. Six autoconcerns founded a joint venture to build stations for rapid charging of electric vehicles. Ionity company, created by German automakers BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche, as well as...

The EU will allocate millions to finance the blockchain technology - 11/01/2017

The European Commission will allocate EU 30 billion euro for development of technology projects, including in the field of blockсhain, according to the Commission’s website. The funding will be provided through the Horizon 2020 program, with a total investment of EU 77 billion. Of these, 5 million will be sent to companies engaged in the blockchain industry. The goal of the new round of financing...
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