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HTC mocks Apple's '1984' ad (really)

Technically Incorrect: In doing something that's been done before, HTC thinks it can be, um, different.

By November 7, 2015


Meet the Virgin Rainbow, the most beautiful opal in the world

An opal so fine it has been valued at over $1 million is about to go on public display for the first time.

By August 12, 2015


Yahoo malware turned PCs into Bitcoin miners

Malicious ads served to Yahoo users were designed to transform computers into a Bitcoin mining operation, according to a security firm.

By January 9, 2014


Turnabout is fair play: Bitcoins mined with Adafruit's miner used to buy Adafruit products

When the open-source hardware makers at Adafruit began taking Bitcoin as payment yesterday, among the first customers were some who had earned their Bitcoins using Adafruit's miner.

By November 26, 2013


Addicted to your iPhone? Try the 'limited functionality' BlackBerry

Technically Incorrect: British prime ministerial candidate Ed Miliband explains that he dumped his iPhone because he can do fewer things on his BlackBerry.

By April 3, 2015


Nextbit hires former HTC design chief

The Google-backed mobile and cloud startup puts Scott Croyle in charge of design and product, and adds him to its board.

By August 26, 2014


Hacker swipes $83,000 from Bitcoin mining pools

Bitcoin exchanges and trading posts have been hacking targets over the past year, but now one hacker has taken on ISPs to loot cryptocurrency from mining pools.

By August 8, 2014


Cop's mood changes when he realizes he's being filmed

A trucker honks at an Illinois state trooper who, he says, was speeding and talking on his cell phone. The officer stops him and is at first confrontational. Then he is told he's being filmed.

By June 29, 2014


RTS becomes real: driverless mining trucks return minerals to HQ

Google might still be testing its driverless car, but the mining industry is already operating with vehicles that don't require humans.

By November 26, 2012


Bitcoin-mining malware reportedly found on Google Play

Fake wallpaper apps turned phones into bots for the power- and computationally intensive process of producing crypto-currency, a mobile security firm warns.

By April 24, 2014