Brave Web Browser Lands $4.5 Million

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In a bold attempt to rid the internet of the obnoxious, Mozilla Firefox creator and Brave Software CEO Brendan Eich is attempting to create a new browser that blocks ads and still helps publishers to receive the money they deserve. Brave Software recently announced that it has raised $4.5 million in its first round of seed funding, an amount that

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Tech Titans Seek Tax Haven in Wake of Brexit

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Tech investors have been seeking refuge after the Brexit and are now picking up the companies and moving them to deliver more instance access to serried from Web and mobile customers. More over, the firms are mainly interested in doing business globally which can really benignity the fall of the British finical empire as we know it. Lets face it

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The Future of UK Tech Startups

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This Thursday there is a nationwide referendum on a British exit from the European Union which has already prompted much hand wringing from everyone from George Soros to the bank of England, to President elect Barrack Obama. But what does burgeoning UK tech startup founders all have to say about this ? For one the most glaring thing would be

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High-Tech in the Home

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There is a California start-up called View that has raised a whopping $500 million from their investors including Cornig, General Electric, and Khosla Ventures, all as a result of what they are trying to develop: a high-tech window that has the potential to bring to homes what high-resolution touchscreens did for smartphones. They have even received some investments in the

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GOP Launches Website in Light of Complicated Convention

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2016's election cycle has likely been the most confusing and uproarious of the 21st century, and that's saying something considering America elected its first black president in 2008. Of the many confusing primary and caucus rules that we election-watchers have been forced to mull over, perhaps the strangest and most surprising belong to the hypothetical (and increasingly possible) contested conventions

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Killer Robots are an Actual Threat to Society

Despite how closely associated the idea of killer robots is with science fiction stories and fictional dystopias, real-world artificial intelligence and robotic technology has advanced the point that policy makers need to start reacting to their potential existence. According to some weapons and robotics experts at last week's World Economic Forum, the rise of autonomous war machines is not only

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The Bitcoin May Make a Comeback in 2016

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Since its invention in 2008, the bitcoin has risen and fallen, and risen and fallen some more. Who can forget its epic spike in value in 2013, when people who bought bitcoins for pennies were suddenly in possession of bitcoins worth a thousand dollars a piece? Then there was the infamous implosion of the bitcoin due to the hackability of

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How Does the Internet Work?

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It may seem like magic, but the internet is really a tangible, physical system that was made to move information. Sending information on the internet is a lot like sending a letter in the mail, except instead of sending a piece of paper, you're sending information that's been converted into binary information. Information is made of bits. Bits are a

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