Anthony Mburu, a Kenyan national has paid dowry using Bitcoin ahead of his marriage to Elizabeth John.
Thomas Peterffy, Chairman of the Interactive Brokers Group, has expressed concern over CME’s plan to open Bitcoin futures trading, citing that cryptocurrencies have “no fundamental basis”.
HMD Global’s Nokia 2 has officially arrived on South African shores, bringing with it a claimed two-day battery life and tidy budget pricing.
Tinder’s parent company, Match, has announced that the platform will see new AI and location-based features debut early next year.
Apple design chief Jony Ive has weighed in on some of the iPhone X’s design peculiarities, offering that the device will ‘change and evolve’ in the future.
According to Variety, Amazon is reportedly in talks with Warner Bros to create its own television series based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.
Facebook has reportedly sought nude images of its users in a bid to prevent the spread of revenge porn on its core services.
Microsoft has launched Resume Assistant; a new LinkedIn-powered tool within Word through which employees can amplify their CV.
Snap Inc CEO Evan Spiegel has announced that the service will benefit from a major redesign in the future to simplify the service.
Google Assistant has gained the ability to recognize songs playing in the background, similarly to the service found on the Google Pixel 2.