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December 9, 2013
8:20 // 10 months ago
December 1, 2013
Starr says Google Glass is no more intrusive than camera-equipped cell phones that do nearly the same thing. “I think privacy is vapor now,” Starr said. “There are cameras everywhere. There are recording devices everywhere.”
Google Glass ban at Capitol Hill restaurant stirs privacy debate 
11:02 // 10 months ago
November 6, 2013

Bitcoin prices surpass record high set back in April

  • $269 the current estimated value of an individual Bitcoin, the highest trading value for the digital currency in its relatively brief existence, despite last month’s closure (Update: It’s back) of the popular Silk Road marketplace. At the time of the Silk Road’s closure, Bitcoin’s held a value of roughly $145 each, close to half its current value, which certainly suggests its going to take quite a bit more than a single site shutdown to kill-off the new currency. source
14:43 // 11 months ago
November 5, 2013

Early figures from the first and next month of

  • 800k users were expected to register for healthcare coverage using the website set-up to access the nation’s health insurance exchange, according to new information from the U.S. Centers for Medicaid and Medicare. That averages out to just under 27 thousand people per day, a mind-boggling low prediction given the millions who flooded the site at launch on October 1..
  • 17k registrations can now be processed each hour, according to CMS head Marilyn Tavenner, and the pages have been altered to make usage less confusing/time-consuming for those trying to register. Official numbers, on the total number of Americans who successfully registered for health insurance on the site during October, are expected sometime next week. source
14:12 // 11 months ago
October 30, 2013
15:44 // 11 months ago
October 29, 2013

BBM is proving to be quite a bit more popular than actual BlackBerry phones

  • 10M users signed up for BlackBerry’s BBM service during the first 24 hours that the traditionally BlackBerry-exclusive messaging service was available for download on Android and iOS last week.
  • 20M new users joined the BBM service during its first week outside of the BlackBerry ecosystem, bringing the new total to 80 million, a 33 percent increase from the 60 million previously registered for BBM. source

» By the way: Apparently one of the suitors for the on-the-market company is Facebook. Ponder that for a few minutes.

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