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Bitcoin suffered a PR black eye with Mt. Gox's bankruptcy filing, but Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam says bad news for the few will translate into good news for the many.
Phone and broadband giant BT, one of the U.K.'s largest energy guzzlers, says it expects to cut its annual energy costs by $20.6 million after switching to smart meters and energy management systems at its U.K. facilities.
The new telephony service for consumers promises to heat up the phone-number-in-the-cloud battle.
Ribbit's extension for Google's next-gen messaging app shows how the walls between text and voice can fall.
Ribbit MP3 player is quite a bargain at $25 for 1GB and a handful of useful features.
JP Rangaswami, the former chief scientist at BT, will take the same position at Salesforce.com. He'll contribute to product strategy and be an evangelist for cloud computing.
Four months after it bought Ribbit, BT is opening the software platform up to developers so they can build innovative telephony services and applications.
Take specially treated frog eggs, inject some insect RNA, and stick the concoction up a robot's nose to give the bot a keen sense of smell.
In the deal, announced Tuesday, BT has agreed to pay $105 million in cash for Ribbit, which bills itself as "Silicon Valley's first phone company."