The NASAA said education around cryptocurrencies and getting the right information is key to avoiding these scams.
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The firm previously joined Nvidia's DGX-Ready Software program.
The NFT marketplace will be built by blockchain technology provider Xooa.
The App Store is now used by more than 600 million people each week across 175 countries, Apple said Monday.
The Grand Theft Auto and NBA 2K publisher is planning a major expansion into the smartphone and tablet gaming spaces.
Hey, it's only fake money, right?
Change in course follows outcry from some Mozilla and Gecko founders.
Intuit's tax-prep software offers everything from simple mobile apps to filing with the assistance of a human CPA.
A new Chainalysis report found that the amount of cryptocurrency stolen from DeFi platforms grew 1,330% in 2021.
With outages and surging electricity prices, Kosovo will ban the production of cryptocurrency to ease energy consumption.
TaxAct is an inexpensive but comprehensive online offering that is bolstered by free assistance from a CPA if you file before March 31.
It took Apple over 40 years to drive its market cap past the $1 trillion mark -- and less than four to pass $3 trillion.
Future FinTech Group and FTFT Capital Investments say the platform will provide investors with real-time data by aggregating trading information from a large number of cryptocurrency exchanges.
If you're buying Bitcoin using PayPal, check your anonymity at the door. Not only do you ante up with money, but with an uncomfortable amount of personal identifiable information (PII). Oh, and then it broke.
Newly-formed cryptocurrency platform Saitama says the positive audit will help make its $SAITAMA tokens more accessible.
Everything from ICO scams to 51 percent attacks has plagued the cryptocurrency space over the course of this year.
We take a look at the surprising uses of distributed ledger technology in 2018.
Bitcoin, Ether, ICOs -- interest in cryptocurrency has exploded, but where should you begin?
The Singapore bank's latest branch taps technology to improve customer service, providing a more interactive and intuitive experience, say DBS execs.
Feedly, metro.am, YouTube, Planner Pro, St George Banking Application, Quora, 8Bit Beatbox, and Janetter Pro for Twitter.
ANZ goMoney, HSBC, uTorrent, uDraw, The Decision App, Note.S, The Textastic Code Editor, and ScrapNote
As Facebook prepares to launch its massive IPO, it's a good time to look at the late 90s to see what people thought were good investments.
Apple, with a market capitalization of over $416 billion, its stock trading at around $445 a share, and swimming in over $90 billion in cash, needs to figure out how to spend its money. I’ve got a few suggestions.
IT, software and computer companies are certainly not without their share of poor executive decisions and mismanagement. While dozens of notable examples could have made our list, these were by far the top top 10 worst in the history of the technology industry, causing many billions of dollars of lost revenue or resulted in the downfall of entire companies.
With the IE9 Release Candidate, Microsoft has taken the wraps off a powerful new privacy-protection tool. Using the Tracking Protection feature, any IE9 user can install a list of sites and substrings that it wants to block. The effect is to block third-party tracking cookies, web beacons, analytics scripts, and even ads.
General Imaging brought a large new line of compact digital cameras and camcorders to CES 2011, ranging from rugged and waterproof to 16-megapixel shooters capable of recording full HD video.
Proof of concept: Ever wanted to rob a bank and give yourself an alibi? Want to bunk off work and prove you're going to the doctors? Now you can.
Disclosing software vulnerabilities can be bad for stock price, according to research carried out by security firm McAfee.
Last year, TechCrunch40 was an enormous showcase for startups to present their idea to venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and the press. This year, it's even bigger.
As we move to managing most of our money on the internet, it becomes more important to be able to track that data closely. With SplashMoney for Windows Mobile you can now view your banking information, manage transactions, setup budgets, track your spending, and more all from your mobile phone. You no longer have to wonder where all that money went and can see it disappear in full color on your device.
Despite the huge efforts made by tech teams during the pandemic, Owen Hughes says IT leaders have little faith in their department's ability to keep pace. Read more: https://zd.net/3rQ3GsB
After BB&T and SunTrust came together in a $66 billion deal, the new bank crafted a plan it calls the "digital straddle" to move consumers to a new digital platform before consolidating their backend systems.
Tonya Hall talks Theranos courtroom strategy with Aron Solomon, chief legal analyst at Esquire Digital.
Tonya Hall asks Adam Kovacevich, CEO at Chamber of Progress, about a new bill that wants to regulate mobile app platforms.
Tonya Hall talks to Jeff Shesol, historian and author, about his latest book "Mercury Rising" and the space race during the Cold War.
Tonya Hall talks to Joe Hyrkin, CEO at Issuu, about how anybody, from small businesses to brands, can create its own digital content, distribute it, and monetize it.
Tonya Hall talks to Ben Pring, director of Cognizant's Center for the Future of Work, about whether humanity can cope with the dizzying development of tech.
Tonya Hall interviews Anna Brailsford, CEO at Code First Girls, about how partnerships with big industry names can help bring more women into tech.
Tonya Hall talks to COO of Astrospace Chris Blackerby about its space debris removal demo.