7 Big Tech Stocks to Buy For Blockchain And Crypto Exposure

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Following the creation of the first cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) in 2009, other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum (ETH) and Ripple (XRP), followed suit to bring further attention to blockchain technology.

But there’s a lot of potential for the blockchain. According to recent research led by Vida J. Morkunas of Lulea University of Technology, Sweden and published by the Kelly School of Business, Indiana University:

“Emerging technologies regularly serve as enabling forces for economic, social, and business transformation.. [B]lockchain placed among the top five technology trends in 2018… Therefore, blockchain is predicted to challenge existing business models and offer opportunities for new value creation.”

As you probably know, the blockchain is a public digital ledger and a record-keeping technology. All transactions that have written in blocks are immutable, and information can never be erased. Furthermore, they are transparent to all parties in

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Riled Up: Misinformation Stokes Calls for Violence on Election Day

In a video posted to Facebook on Sept. 14, Dan Bongino, a popular right-wing commentator and radio host, declared that Democrats were planning a coup against President Trump on Election Day.

For just over 11 minutes, Mr. Bongino talked about how bipartisan election experts who had met in June to plan for what might happen after people vote were actually holding exercises for such a coup. To support his baseless claim, he twisted the group’s words to fit his meaning.

“I want to warn you that this stuff is intense,” Mr. Bongino said, speaking into the camera to his 3.6 million Facebook followers. “Really intense, and you need to be ready to digest it all.”

His video, which has been viewed 2.9 million times, provoked strong reactions. One commenter wrote that people should be prepared for when Democrats “cross the line” so they could “show them what true freedom is.”

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Best smart home devices of 2020 that aren’t made by Google or Amazon

Google and Amazon dominate the smart home industry. Beyond Amazon’s expanding lineup of Echo smart speakers, the tech giant also owns home security brands Ring and Blinkand Wi-Fi router brand Eero. Smart thermostat maker Ecobee gets funding from Amazon. Google owns Nest and brought the company further under its control this year, rebranding most of its connected devices from “Google Home” to “Google Nest,” like the Google Nest Mini and the Google Nest Hub

Our current list of best smart home products features 12 products; seven of them are Amazon or Google devices — or devices made by Amazon- or Google-owned (or funded) companies. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing. They’re all solid gadgets and we heartily recommend them. As much as Google and Amazon (the latter especially) deserve credit for bringing some much needed organization to the smart home category via

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Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 Deals Under $50

While TVs and headphones steal attention during Prime Day 2020, you can find amazing deals on products under $50.

a hand holding a cell phone: Check out the best 2020 Amazon Prime Day deals under $50.

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Check out the best 2020 Amazon Prime Day deals under $50.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals under $50 are a perfect way to pick up things you need around the house, upgrade your kitchen, grab a new game, or pick up gifts.

Prime Day deals are available right now and run through October 14. Below you will find our favorite deals under $50 and you can also check out these Lightning Deals under $25 and under $50, which include big discounts that last for a few minutes.

Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 Deals Under $50

You don’t need to spend a fortune for great Prime Day deals this year. Here are the biggest deals under $50 that you need to check out.

Echo Dot 3rd Gen—$18.99 (Save $31)

Prime members can get an Echo Dot 3rd Gen for 60% off. Amazon


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Mouser Debuts Technical Resource Center, a Searchable Collection of Tech Content and Product Information


Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader empowering innovation, announces its redesigned Technical Resource Center, which contains the global distributor’s ever-expanding collection of technical articles, blogs, eBooks, and Methods technology and solutions journal, plus related product information, in a searchable repository.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here:

Mouser Electronics’ new Technical Resource Center — which contains the global distributor’s ever-expanding collection of technical articles, blogs, eBooks, and more — helps customers more quickly and easily find technical and product information across all of (Graphic: Business Wire)

Mouser’s newly refreshed Technical Resource Center enables customers to more quickly and easily find technical and product information across all of The front page of the Technical Resource Center includes links to Applications & Technologies sites and Mouser’s Bench Talk blog, as well as featured

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How to Reduce CO2 Pollution on Construction Sites? Giatec’s SmartRock(TM) AI Assistant, Roxi(TM), and SDTC Have the Answer | News

OTTAWA, ON, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Giatec, world leader in concrete testing technologies, has announced that their artificial intelligence (AI) program, Roxi, has been trained with the help of Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) funding to reduce cement usage on construction jobsites during concrete testing. 

Traditionally, concrete producers do not have thorough visibility into the rate at which their concrete hardens on jobsites or in specific ambient conditions. As a result, they often add more cement than needed to their mixes to ensure specified strength targets are met. Now, Roxi provides more insights regarding the amount of cement that is needed, including the amount that can be removed without compromising the concrete’s setting time or strength development. As a result, CO2 emissions resulting from the manufacturing of concrete will also decrease. This new feature will help decrease the cost of concrete mixtures and improve profitability for producers.  


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8 Hour Wait, Tech Issues Plague Day 1 Of Early Voting: Patch PM

There was plenty of news across Georgia on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

Technical Problems Arise As Early Voting Starts In Georgia

Electronic poll books created an issue at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

8-Hour Wait Times On First Day Of Georgia Early Voting

Voters in one suburban Atlanta county had to wait eight hours to vote on Monday, the first day of early voting at sites around thestate. Advance-voting sites throughout the metro were similarly overwhelmed.

Armed Militias And Poll Watchers: Know The Laws In Georgia

After the president called for supporters to watch election polls for fraud, an institute at Georgetown Law wants GA voters to know the law.

Falcons Fire Quinn, Promote Morris To Interim Head Coach

Falcons defensive coordinator Raheem Morris was promoted to head coach Monday

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How To Get The Best Deal

The iPhone 12 is set to make its official debut tomorrow (13 October) and, with rumours that it will be the first iPhone to feature super-fast 5G connectivity, it has the potential to fly off the shelves.

So if you’re itching to get your hands on one, what’s the cheapest way to pay for it? We take a look…

How much can you expect to pay for the iPhone 12?

Rumours about how much the new iPhone will cost have been circulating for a while now and vary depending on the source. However, technology news and review site TechRadar pegs the starting price for the new iPhone 12 Mini at $649 (around £500), while the cost of the standard iPhone 12 could start from $749 (around £575).

The iPhone Pro is expected to have a starting price of $999 (£770), while the iPhone Pro Max could be priced from

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WellBe Voice Assistant And Wellbe Watch Now Available For Holiday Gift Giving On Top Three U.S. E-commerce Sites

“Families are spending more time than ever at home and are looking to incorporate health and wellness into their daily lives,” said Mike Cardillo, Co-Founder, HandsFree Health. “Our easy-to-use technology facilitates healthy living with simple voice commands. WellBe also speaks directly to family members with personalized health alerts, including flu shot and medication reminders, to help keep busy individuals on track for wellness.”

Combines Health and Entertainment into Modern, Compact Device

Voice technology is a part of consumer’s daily lives in the U.S. whether it is on a mobile phone, in the car, or at home. In early 2020, over one-third of U.S. adults had a smart speaker in their home and about 50% said they were using the devices daily.[i] WellBe utilizes voice technology to help individuals with everyday health and wellness in their home while also providing all the entertainment features that are expected with a

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Cell Signaling Technology Named a Top Charitable Company in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal

For more than 20 years, researchers in pharma, biotech, and academia have trusted CST for its proven biological and technical expertise and our success is directly linked to the global communities where we live and work. “As scientists and citizens, we cannot ignore the important connections we have with each other, our local communities, and the planet as a whole,” said John Letcher, Cell Signaling Technology, Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources. “We are flattered to be recognized by the Boston Business Journal for our contributions within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”

CST charitable initiatives are part of a broader Corporate Social Responsibility focus that includes commitments to Our Planet, Science Education, Our Employees, Surrounding Communities, and the Arts.  

At CST we believe in the power of science to help us meet some of the big challenges ahead. Science is our passion, and our mission is to help

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