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IBM Builds Fort Knox National Crypto Wallet

Submerged in a nanoKelvin helium bath, buried deep under Fort Knox, America’s newest vault is a Universal quantum computer the size of a basketball. Bubbling with over 18,196 qubits, IBM’s Schrödinger Core Processor has already defeated over 155 billion direct hacks and malware attacks.

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  • Facebook is trying again with journalists for curating its news content
    The journalists are back. For now. In the latest update on the coming-this-fall news tab, which will also include payments to publishers for licensing their content, Facebook will be bringing back its human-moderating style. The original system infamously flamed out in the aftermath of a head-scratching Gizmodo article in 2016 about conservative “suppression” that wasn’t...
    Christine Schmidt
  • Open or closed: Who will control the paid-podcast experience, podcasters or tech companies?
    Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 222, dated August 20, 2019 PodPass: Open vs. closed. It’s becoming increasingly common to monetize podcasts via a direct connection with listeners, whether via merchandise, donations, live events, or bonus or ad-free content. Big networks and publishers are doing it (e.g., Wondery Plus, Stitcher...
    Caroline Crampton
  • So Youngstown will have a daily named The Vindicator after all. But it’s a brand surviving, not a newspaper.
    In June, The Vindicator, the daily newspaper of Youngstown, Ohio, announced it would be shutting down, with its final edition scheduled for Aug. 31. It had been losing money for ages, and the family that owns it had been unable to find a buyer among the national newspaper chains. The idea of a city the...
    Joshua Benton

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  • #933: Find The Helium
    Helium is so special, and so rare, that the U.S. government once tried to buy it all up. And hide it. But the government's helium stockpile is running low. And we need it for MRI machines and NASA rockets.
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  • #616: How Solar Got Cheap
    For a long time, only rich people could afford to put solar panels on the roof. Not anymore. Here's what changed.
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  • #932: Deep Learning With The Elephants
    Elephants are in danger. Counting them is crucial to saving them. But they're hard to see in the rainforest. So scientists are enlisting the help of AI technology.
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  • #931: The IT Guy Vs. The Con Artist
    A notorious con artist offered Felipe an IT job. He took the job —and tried to con the con man. | Plus, listen to a full double feature all about cons here.
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  • #930: Twins
    Scientists have studied twins for years, hoping to figure out how big a role genes play in human behavior. Our very own pair of twin reporters are on the case.
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  • #598: That Time We Shorted America, Part Two
    Everyone said betting against the entire stock market was a terrible idea. We did it anyway. Today, we find out the results, and revisit the first short ever done in the 17th century.
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  • Trump admits to looking at possible tax cuts
    President Trump on Tuesday said his administration was considering tax cuts, amid media reports the White House is working on a contingency plan to stave off the possibility of an economic recession, but only if needed.
  • Wall Street rally ends
    Financial shares led U.S. stocks lower Tuesday to end a three-day rally as investors awaited comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at the end of the week. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Stocks need deeper correction - Tomasulo
    Stocks on Wall Street need to undergo a deeper correction, Vespula Capital CEO Jeff Tomasulo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama. He recommends buying gold on pullbacks.
  • Breakingviews TV: Flea money
    Aug 20 - Bayer’s sale of its animal health business to Elanco for up to $7.6 bln leaves the German firm free to scratch bigger itches. Its shares have plunged since it bought Monsanto for $63 bln last year amid a flurry of lawsuits. Ed Cropley explains what’s next in Bayer’s delousing.

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`Merica Coin Replaces U$ Dollar

Mired by a stagnant economy, rife unemployment, and riddled with low consumer confidence, the Presidentor of the United States of North America has signed into law an order to drop the USNA Dollar as standard currency in favor of the newly adopted ‘Merica Coin cryptocurrency. 

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