Ethereum at its Highest Peak, Becomes Second on the List after Bitcoin

The biggest rival of Bitcoin, Ethereum has reached an all-time height of $425.55 on Thursday, as depicted from the data by industry website Coinmarketcap. The significant rise in the digital currency of the Ethereum blockchain, Ether was reported on the day of the Thanksgiving holiday. Before such rise, the cryptocurrency had the highest record of … Read more

Samsung All Set To Compete AI Development

Looking at the extreme pace of Artificial intelligence, Samsung has also revealed their plans to create their own customer-focused artificial intelligence research center. In a statement on Wednesday, the company has announced that they will work more ambitiously to achieve AI plans through dedicated strategies within mobile and consumer electronics businesses. However, they haven’t disclosed … Read more

Unable to Regain Prominent Browser’s Trust, StartCom will Halt all Certificates till 2020

The Chinese certificate authority StartCom has announced to halt their certificate issue by the end of 2017. This is because they will terminate their services in 2020. The organization was impotent to bear the loss and was unable to regain the trust of major browsers, Microsoft, Apple, Mozilla and Google which were lost due to … Read more

ABC Validate the S3 data leak as Claimed by Kromtech Security Firm

According to Kromtech Security Center, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation has mistakenly leaked sensitive information from at least two unsecured Amazon web services (AWS) S3 repositories (buckets). The corporation has ensured that their tech team has immediately responded in order to solve the data leak. However, the government supported corporation has also confirmed that the data … Read more

FCC’s December Vote Could Be the Ultimate One to Kill Net-Neutrality Rules

The prolonged discussion and debate regarding net-neutrality rules may end soon. The FCC has decided to submit final vote next month which would ultimately turnover the existing Obama-era rules. The linked individuals to the upcoming plan have claimed that the decision may dissolve all the regulations. The Obama-era rules have restricted prominent internet providers such … Read more