Facebook’s Libra is creating a lot of headlines. However, SonicX may have beat Facebook into the marketplace, and its platform has some major advantages over whatever Facebook is cooking up in its crypto kitchen.
Popular crypto bulls and co-founders of Gemini Exchange, the Winklevoss Twins, have predicted that in two years, all the FAANG companies will follow Facebook’s footsteps and launch their individual cryptocurrency ventures.
While introducing new lower-cost MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro computers, Apple decided to discontinue its standard 12-inch MacBook. The new upgraded Mac’s will be even cheaper for college students.
Two days ahead of schedule blockchain Harmony announced the launch of their mainnet that will, as per their words, solve the hardest challenges in blockchain i.e. ‘scaling linearly’.
Apple has announced the purchase of a self-driving car startup Drive.ai. The self-driving car industry is rising, and is this the plan for Apple to outperform Uber?
In this edition, Max Hasselhoff takes a look at where the lines are drawn in the never-ending fight over online privacy, how we’ve gotten here, and what’s at stake moving forward.
Apple unveiled its plans to release its new generation iPhones enabled with 5G network in 2020 but there is no mention of cryptocurrency anywhere among the new releases. Meanwhile, AAPL aims to display strength nearing next earnings release.
The Lightning-powered Bitcoin Payments App by Breez aims to push Bitcoin adoption in daily spendings by making the transaction process seamless and hassle-free.
According to Samsung’s Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, the company will collaborate with platform companies on further blockchain development and invest in startups involved in 6G mobile networks and system semiconductors.
This edition of Max’s Corner examines the recent steps that Facebook and Apple have taken to enter the crypto space and the potential effects those steps could cause.