Facebook readies its own cryptocurrency, Google's Pixel 4 and Musk under fire (again)
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Facebook is worldly tipped to unveil its own cryptocurrency on Tuesday according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
More than a dozen companies including Visa, PayPal, Uber, and MasterCard will invest in the digital coin which Facebook is calling Libra.
The coin would enable digital payments for its billions of users However unlike BitCoin, there we use a centralized system.
Google's next Pixel phone, the Pixel 4 has been linked months ahead of schedule.
In an unusual move, the link comes from Google itself, but the company revealing the existence of the phone and posting images of it on the made by Google account on June 12.
Google showed off the Pixel 4 square camera bump with a trio of cameras but have been quiet on any internal specs.
Despite the leak it appears the Pixel 4 is still on track for an October release, and finally Tesla chief Elon Musk had come under fire on Twitter yet again this time for posting artwork without credit.
After tweeting an illustration of video game character to be to is 27 million followers.
users were quick to point out he had not credited Melly Magali, the original artist must have defended his decision tweeting.
I wish people would stop crediting artists on Twitter and claiming it's destroying the medium.
His tweets have since been deleted.
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