Need a phone? Get a Huawei P20 with your TNW2018 ticket

TNW Conference is teaming up with tech giant Huawei for our coolest ticket offer yet. Buy a full access ticket to TNW2018 with our Huawei P20 Pass, and (you guessed it) get a Huawei P20 as well. The Huawei P20 and a full-conference ticket are on sale now for a combined price of €799, but be quick — we’re only offering 25. TNW genuinely loves the Huawei P20 range The P20 boasts a two-lens camera that integrates AI image-processing software. The result? Stunning images no matter the format. The AI automatically detects your surrounding, ensuring optimal photos whether it’s a… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read… Read More

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The online stores of the future will look more like Netflix than Amazon

This interview is part of our series of Growth Stories. We interviewed the founders and CEOs of 20 of the fastest growing startups in Europe. We asked them about their companies, their companies’ culture, and their lives, trying to understand how these three factors played a role in the achievement of such impressive growth. This series of growth stories has already 16 interviews under its belt. After so many stories, we can start seeing that there are a few patterns that distinguish the fastest-growing companies in Europe. One clear pattern is that many of the startups that I interviewed propose —… This story continues at The Next Web Or just… Read More

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Coffee Crisis is the best barista-themed brawler you’ll ever play

A decidely odd-looking race of aliens has descended upon Pittsburgh, and they’re out to snatch up our coffee, Wi-Fi, and everything else we hold dear. Thankfully, the baristas at Black Forge Coffeehouse are on the case, ready to kick ass, take names, and send the Smurglians back to their home planet empty-handed. That’s quite a plot, alright – and it makes for a delightfully vibrant setting for Megacat Studios’ new game, Coffee Crisis. If you grew up playing side-scrolling beat-em-up games like Double Dragon and Streets of Rage, you’ll feel right at home when you fire this up with a… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange under investigation for fraud

Upbit, the fourth largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, is under investigation for charges of faking its balance sheet and deceiving investors. The exchange’s office in Seoul, South Korea, was raided by 10 investigators from the country’s Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) at 10 AM KST today, local publication Chosun reports. The investigators have reportedly seized Upbit’s computers and account sheets to review the company’s cryptocurrency holdings. While the authorities have not yet pressed charges or released a full report of the investigation, it appears that Upbit users are withdrawing their funds from the exchange desk en masse, according to market data. South… This story continues at The Next Web …read… Read More

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Infinito Wallet partners with Blockpass to maximize cryptocurrency potential

Bitcoin has been around for less than 10 years, with many newer cryptocurrencies younger than that. Yet, despite this, the market has quickly gained traction regardless of the regulatory hurdles and pressures from global authorities. With the industry’s popularity growing partly due to its existence outside of the traditional banking system more people are becoming interested in investing in it. For investors who are joining the market and want to expand their cryptocurrency portfolio, they need a service that will enable them to do this. Not only that, but they require something that delivers security to their funds, is easy… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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Voice assistants could be fooled by commands you can’t even hear

Many people already consider voice assistants to be too invasive to let them listen in on conversations in their homes — but that’s not the only thing they should worry about. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, want you to know that they might be also be vulnerable to attacks that you’ll never hear coming. In a new paper (PDF), Nicholas Carlini and David Wagner describe a method to imperceptibly modify an audio file so as to deliver a secret command; the embedded instruction is inaudible to the human ear, so there’s no easy way of telling when Alexa… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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