Few phenomena have been so widely discussed yet remain so puzzling as the world of Bitcoins. Businesses galore are now asking themselves whether Bitcoin is something they need to take seriously, even though most have absolutely no idea what it is
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Should your business start accepting Bitcoins?
Internet traffic will quadruple in five years and the number of mobile Internet connections will exceed the world’s population by 2017, according to Cisco research.
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What’s next for Ethernet?
Windows RT is not taking the world by storm. That’s something to consider when buying a Windows-based tablet. [Read more]
SAP’s software is known for its role running many of the world’s largest companies, but not necessarily for its user-friendliness. As part of an ongoing effort to change this perception, SAP unveiled Fiori, a set of 25 lightweight “consumer-friendly” applications that can run on desktops, tablets and mobile devices, on Wednesday at the Sapphire conference in Orlando.
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SAP unveils ‘consumer-friendly’ Fiori app suite
Authorities in Maryland say a 37-year-old man walked down railway tracks while shutting out the world and was hit by a train, despite the conductor’s warning signal. [Read more]
The times, they are a-changin’–but a new Google timelapse project shows just how much the world’s geography is a-changin’ too, based on nearly 30 years of satellite imagery.
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New Google timelapse project shows how Earth has changed over 28 years
Is the world ready for another microgaming console? A temporarily free console, with a fixed low-cost subscription gaming service?
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GamePop looks to play in Ouya’s sandbox
While the iPhone itself is a head-turner, it regularly gets covered over by some of the world’s ugliest cases. A surprising Kickstarter project leads to a new case that looks like it could have come from Apple. [Read more]
Believe it or not, some people haven’t seen ‘Star Wars.’ At a screening Saturday night, more than a dozen finally joined one of the world’s biggest clubs. [Read more]
Are there more smart TVs in the world? Sure—but that doesn't mean people are using them
Smart TV Sales Don't Mean Smart TV Use