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Cryptocurrency pioneer David Chaum is launching a new digital currency, Praxxis. Chaum says that it has the security, stability and scalability to become a pote.....Read More
Tech Bureau Corp., which operated the Zaif cryptocurrency platform until it was hit by a massive hack, said Thursday it will close down its virtual currency exc.....Read More
Major tech companies including Alibaba, Arm, Baidu, IBM, Intel, Google Cloud, Microsoft, and Red Hat today announced intent to form the Confidential Computing C.....Read More
The solution is being presented as a modern alternative to blurring and pixilation, creating photorealistic images that still respect the privacy of real-life i.....Read More
Movie ticket subscription service MoviePass is the latest company to suffer a data breach after tens of thousands of customer card numbers and personal credit c.....Read More
US bank JP Morgan Chase will close its standalone mobile payments app early next year in favour of integrating the payment system into third party merchant apps.....Read More