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iPhones Might Get Three Cameras

iPhones might get three cameras, and Apple surprises Valve There’s been plenty of iPhone drama this week, but none of it has to do with the big conference–WWDC–Apple’s putting on next week, or even last week’s Samsung court case. Nope. Apple is drawing praise — and much more fire — for apps. Plus, two juicy.

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Cryptocurrency ETF And It’s Open to Retail Investors!

Huobi Launches Cryptocurrency ETF And It’s Open to Retail Investors! Crypto trading venue Huobi Pro has launched what it says is the world’s first cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund (ETF) targeted at retail investors. Announced on Friday, the Singapore-based exchange’s new product — called HB10 — allows investors to purchase shares in.

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Google Is Developing Its Own Blockchain Technology

Google is working on blockchain-related technology to support its cloud business and head off competition from emerging startups that use the heavily-hyped technology to operate online in new ways, according to people familiar with the situation. Companies use blockchain and other so-called digital ledgers to securely record transactions and process.

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Delete Facebook

WhatsApp co-founder tells everyone to delete Facebook! In 2014, Facebook bought WhatsApp for $16 billion, making its co-founders — Jan Koum and Brian Acton — very wealthy men. Koum continues to lead the company, but Acton quit earlier this year to start his own foundation. And he isn’t done merely.

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Twitter Ban Cryptocurrency ADS

Twitter is reportedly planning to ban cryptocurrency ads. Changes in Twitter’s advertising policies could come within two weeks. Following Facebook and Google’s footsteps, Twitter is reportedly planning to ban advertisements for cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs), according Sky News. In January, Facebook prohibited ads for currencies such as Bitcoin.

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