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Bitcoin Roth IRA’s – How Do They Work Exactly?

Bitcoin has existed for less than a decade and the majority of global regulators have not conclusively decided how they view cryptocurrencies. However, the exception is the US, where official guidelines on how it is used have been issued in March 2014. Since then, it has been possible to open bitcoin Roth IRA’s. The IRS declared that cryptocurrencies should be ... Read More »

Google Cloud Partners With GitHub on Software Development

Google has announced a partnership with Microsoft-owned GitHub to make a crucial element of modern software development, Continuous Integration, fast and easy. As part of the new collaboration, GitHub, a major software development platform, is getting connected to Google’s Cloud Build, the company’s new CI/Continuous Delivery (CD) platform “Together, we will provide fast, frictionless, and convenient Continuous Integration (CI) for any repository on GitHub, ... Read More »

Rummy Has a Long History, Did You Know?

All the rummy players out there who love every single move of rummy, have you ever looked beyond the fun aspect? This fun game that has helped you pass time and build friends also has a history of its own, did you know? Like all things we know of, even rummy has a history and a story of its own. ... Read More »

Kids these days: the surprising source of many devastating DDoS attacks

It used to be that if a teenager were going to cause hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars worth of damage to your business, the incident would have to involve your kid, your car, and a load-bearing wall of your brick and mortar storefront. As it turns out, those were the good old days. Now we live in ... Read More »

Uganda Protest Over New Social Media Tax Turns Violent

Ugandan police on Wednesday used tear gas and bullets to break up a street protest against a new tax targeting social media users. Two protesters were arrested in downtown Kampala, the capital, after a scuffle in which some policemen were assaulted, said Luke Owoyesigire, a spokesman for Kampala police. The protest was organised by a popular lawmaker, Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, a ... Read More »

Panel drafting new education policy gets another extension of two months

K. Kasturirangan. Photo: HT New Delhi: The Union government has granted another extension to the K. Kasturirangan Committee tasked with drafting a new education policy, days after the human resource development (HRD) ministry said it was giving final shape to the policy. The committee, which was supposed to submit the report by 30 June, now has till 31 August. This is ... Read More »

Selling Your Possessions Online

The Internet allows people to do many things they could not easily do in the past. For example, if you have extra items you want to try and sell, you can put them online instead of taking your chances at a yard sale. Possessions such as jewelry and sports cards are difficult to price, but there are tools online you ... Read More »

Finding the Right Data Center Solutions Company

There are many companies that specialize in offering solutions for various data center problems that companies have. This is a booming industry and it is only getting bigger. There is a very good chance that you will require the services of one of these companies if you own and operate your own business. How do you decide which company to ... Read More »

Starting a new tech business? You’ll want to read these.

Preparation is key, so make sure to prepare for the start of your new business with a solid support of knowledge. If you want to stay ahead in this industry, you need to keep up to date with the latest trends, predictions, and of course, technology. We bring to you the top picks for the best books to read in ... Read More »

Google Said to Face EU Antitrust Fine Over Android in July

  Google is expected to be hit with a second EU antitrust fine in mid-July for using its dominant Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, three people familiar with the matter said. The European Commission, which has been investigating the case involving the unit of Alphabet since 2015, could issue its decision in the week of July 9, although the timing ... Read More »