A new post suggesting that Microsoft has an insight into the release window of the next "Grand Theft Auto" title is making rounds online.
Will Neuralink finally showcase its brain-machine typing interface?
Released in November 2020, Sony's PS5 has a long shelf life ahead.
Twitter users are divided over Elon Musk's decision to reinstate suspended accounts that didn't break any laws.
"[W]hen we boil it down to market fundamentals, we can see that cryptocurrency has survived worse than the fall of FTX. There's no reason to think the industry can't bounce back from this, stronger than ever," the research lead said.
A few officials suggested that "slowing the pace of increase could reduce the risk of instability in the financial system."
Now, the tables have turned.
"To be direct, the very real concern here is that you have been pushing a completely false SBF ownership of Twitter narrative while effectively being his paid shill," Musk told Semafor editor-in-chief ben Smith.
Tech giant Apple is also nearing a deal for the exclusive right to the book of Michael Lewis depicting the spectacular collapse of FTX and the illicit practices of SBF.
A recent study revealed that institutional investors are bullish and while others are dumping their crypto assets, these investors are buying cryptocurrencies like kids in candyland.
Earlier this week, Bitcoin entered the $15,000 territory and hit a two-year low price.
Musk hinted at the possibility of Twitter offering "good video with higher compensation for creators...and written content."
"As I said, neither I nor Twitter has taken any investment from SBF/FTX. Your article is a lie. Now, I'm asking again, how much of you does SBF own," Musk told Semafor editor in chief Ben Smith in a tweet.
Tech giants have been forced to reevaluate their hiring practices and cut down the workforce in the current economy.
FTX is currently run by John Ray II who, after taking the helm, said, "Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure of corporate controls and such a complete absence of trustworthy financial information as occurred here."
"Should Binance decide now to dismantle some of these restrictions, it has to continue to comply with the prohibition against soliciting Singapore users without a license," the Monetary Authority of Singapore said.
Twitter users who no longer want to be on the social media platform continue to look for possible alternatives, and Hive appears to be gaining more traction.
A report claimed that "within less than a fortnight, CEX balances of the top six major cryptocurrencies had fallen by approximately 16.8%."
Launching ShibaSwap 2.0 at a time when retail investors have lost faith in centralized crypto exchanges could be an interesting move for the Shiba Inu ecosystem.
The impressive performance of Dogecoin and the fact that Musk is one of its supporters could be the reason why DOGE holders are not worried despite the prolonged crypto winter.
Despite the prolonged crypto winter, billionaires are not fazed and some are even bullish about Bitcoin.
Are the developers currently testing the much-awaited ShibaSwap 2.0 version?
Twitter is hiring again and according to Elon Musk, there won't be any more layoffs.
"While both Binance and FTX are not licensed here, there is a clear difference between the two," the MAS said in a press release published Monday.
Twitter users are furious over Elon Musk's tweet that seems to be "begging" ex-president Donald Trump to return to the platform.
If its not the Bahamian government, who is the FTX hacker?