And a couple of months ago, Bitcoin would be worth $1 million or $2 million soon! Next up: Tulips! Source: Bitcoin falls below $7,000, now down more than 25% for the week
Monthly Archive: March 2018
SpaceX has a green light from the FCC to launch a network of thousands of satellites blanketing the globe with broadband. Source: FCC approves SpaceX plan for 4,425-satellite broadband network | TechCrunch
After a fatal crash with a pedestrian, Uber has suspended road testing of its self driving cars in Arizona, Ontario, Pennsylvania and California. In the latter case, Uber is not even renewing its state permit to conduct on the road tests. Some think this suggests safe, general purpose, self driving cars may not be coming as soon as many were expecting. Source: Uber suspending testing of self-driving cars in California – Axios
Verizon’s public safety private core will be generally available on March 29. Public safety customers get preemption and mobile broadband priority service at no additional charge. Source: Verizon unveils public safety private core | About Verizon Phone users designated as “public safety” will receive priority and will pre-empt other users for data including smartphones, tablets, video surveillance, and mobile data applications.
Google could owe Oracle nearly $9B in Java dispute as the US Court of Appeals rules that Google did infringe Oracle copyrights.