Galaxy and Chainlink Bring Market Data to Blockchains

Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd, a financial services and investment management innovator in the digital asset, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology sectors, announced that it is providing crypto pricing data to blockchains through Chainlink’s industry-leading oracle network. Chainlink makes application programming interfaces (APIs) easily compatible, accessible, and monetizable within any blockchain. By collaborating with Chainlink, Galaxy’s crypto …

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Nintendo: Upcoming Splatoon 3 Patch Will Resolve Super Sea Snails Glitch

Image: Nintendo If you participated in the recent Splatoon 3 Splatfest, but haven’t yet received your Super Sea Snails, don’t worry – Nintendo is on the case. Apparently, there’s been a slight issue – where some Splatoon 3 players who voted and have viewed the final results have not received their Super Sea Snails. Nintendo’s …

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Google tries to make iPhone and Android texting less terrible despite Apple’s resistance

Google Messages tests letting you react to texts sent from iPhones Google has been pestering Apple to adopt RCS for iMessage to offer a better messaging experience to both Android and iPhone users. But then, the Cupertino giant has no incentive to make iMessage work better with Android—the service acts as an ecosystem lock-in for …

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Voice assistants could ‘hinder children’s social and cognitive development’ | Technology

From reminding potty-training toddlers to go to the loo to telling bedtime stories and being used as a “conversation partner”, voice-activated smart devices are being used to help rear children almost from the day they are born. But the rapid rise in voice assistants, including Google Home, Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri could, new research …

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Photographer who took camouflaged leopard photo which baffled internet couldn’t even see animal himself

A photographer who took a picture of a night on invisible leopard that baffled the internet has admitted he couldn’t even see the creature himself. Back in 2019, wildlife photographer Hemant Dabi was taking photos of wildlife – durrr – when he took a snap that would go on to send people across the world …

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BMW’s most powerful SUV is a plug-in hybrid • TechCrunch

BMW raised the curtain Tuesday on a high-performance plug-in hybrid SUV meant to lure buyers from the ultra-luxury segment’s Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX. The BMW XM full-size SUV is the first electrified model from the brand’s race track-ready M badge. Starting just below $160,000, the 644-horsepower crossover also rates as the most powerful …

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Apple request development of 3500ppi OLEDoS to Samsung and LG

Spec increased from 2800ppi Image: LG Display Apple has increased the specification it wants from its OLED on Silicon, or OLEDoS, panels from Samsung Display and LG Display, TheElec has learned. The company had first requested pixels per inch of 2800 but has now increased to 3500ppi, sources said. Cupertino likely wants to increase the …

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What’s Happening at the Market: Keepin’ Sequim sharp

Some offerings at the Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market feel completely quintessential to the Saturday market experience. For example, it’s difficult to imagine a stroll through the market without a chat with Dennis Westendorf, owner of A Razor Edge Sharpening. In his third season with the market, the beloved bladesmith said he has experienced firsthand …

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Apple News users receive racist messages after Fast Company hacked

New York CNN Business — The financial news publication Fast Company took the extraordinary step Tuesday night of shutting down its website after the outlet said it was hacked, resulting in a pair of obscene push notifications containing racist language being sent to Apple News subscribers. A spokesperson for the publication told CNN in a …

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