Android malware infected more than 300,000 devices with banking trojans
The initial apps in Google Play were safe, but the creators found a way around the Play Store's protections to install malware on Android users' devices. Here's how it happened and how to stay safe.
Crypto executives debut on Capitol Hill, urging light regulation of their booming industry
Executives of six leading cryptocurrency companies, appearing before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday, advocated for light regulation as Washington policymakers consider how to impose federal oversight on the booming industry.
Google warns over 1M devices have been infected in 'Russian hack'
Google has taken action against a major hacking operation that it thinks has infected more than 1 million devices.
Biden Administration Unveils Plan to Focus on 'Prosecutions of Criminal Misuses of Cryptocurrency' - Regulation Bitcoin News
US Crypto Enforcement Strategy for 'Countering Corruption'
Google's 2021 search list: Bernie Sanders' mittens and Squid Game top the trends
Squid Game, Bernie Sanders' mittens and how to wear skinny jeans were among the most searched for subjects on Google around the world this year, and in the UK the Euros dominated web queries.
Fundstrat's Chief Strategist Predicts Bitcoin Still Has 'Exponential Growth Ahead' - Bitcoin News
Bitcoin Still Has 'Exponential Growth Ahead'
Billionaire Barry Sternlicht Discusses Bitcoin Rising to $1 Million - Calls BTC a 'Smart' Hedge - Markets and Prices Bitcoin News
Billionaire Barry Sternlicht Believes Bitcoin Could Rise to $1 Million per Coin
Miami Luxury Broker To Sell Metaverse Mansions
As seasoned real estate and stock experts warn investing in metaverse assets is a fad, another luxury broker is jumping into the virtual mansion sales business.
Hathor Network: Making Blockchain Easy for Everyone - Press release Bitcoin News
PRESS RELEASE. The blockchain revolution has captured the attention of millions in the past decade.
Alleged Bitcoin inventor trial ends without a real Satoshi standing up
A jury has ruled that Craig Wright, a man who claims to have invented Bitcoin, won't have to give up half of his supposed stash of crypto - a stash valued at over $50 billion.