Why the Bitcoin Price Could Take a Very Long Time to Reach New Highs

Throughout the past eleven months, the Bitcoin price has dropped from $19,500 to $3,000, by nearly 85 percent. The dominant cryptocurrency fell by 85 percent on average in its four past major corrections, so a similar drop from its all-time...

Bitcoin Price Could Bottom as Early as December or as Late as February

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn CCN is expanding. Are you our next full-time journalist from the West Coast USA? Send us your CV and examples here. According to David Puell, a Bitcoin and market analyst, the dominant cryptocurrency could either reach...

New Trump tariffs could raise smartphone prices

President Trump is making himself heard again: this time he has submitted a request for a new 10% tariff on phones and laptops from China, a move that will certainly lead to higher smartphone prices, at least in the United...

Chrome for Android could integrate gestures already seen on Chrome OS

The default Android browser, Google Chrome, could very soon allow users to go back and forth between web pages using simple gestures – a feature already seen on the Chrome OS browser version. According to some sources, the Google team...

Could Ohios Acceptance of Bitcoin as Tax Increase Legitimacy of Crypto?

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn CCN is expanding. Are you our next full-time journalist from the West Coast USA? Send us your CV and examples here. Businesses in the state of Ohio are now permitted to settle tax payments using Bitcoin...

Samsungs foldable phone could end up costing over $2,500

Let’s be frank here, we all knew this was coming. Foldable display tech, arguably the biggest smartphone revolution in years finally reaching end-user viable market status was bound to demand a premium. Especially in its first iteration and from a...

Counterclockwise: modular phones were here, you could even expand their RAM

Google announced Project Ara to much fanfare and it caused geeks to dream of PC-like upgradability that would extend the usable life of their phones by letting them continuously swap out parts for newer, better ones. Excitement eventually collided with...

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