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RIP Satoshi’s vision—report finds only 16% of cryptocurrencies are decentralized

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 3 hours 28 min ago

An overwhelming majority of cryptocurrency and blockchain projects (cryptoassets) on the market today are centralized in one way or another. Even more startling, 85 percent of development teams have the authority to alter their cryptoassets’ protocol at their own discretion. These are just some of the findings presented by blockchain and cryptocurrency research unit CryptoCompare, in its yearly taxonomy of the cryptocurrency sector. The study analyzed hundreds of cryptoassets with the intention of classifying cryptocurrency projects and blockchain platforms. Among other things, the report acts as a “decentralization thermometer” for the cryptocurrency market. It has indiciated a growing trend towards centralization,…

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These award-winning wildlife photos will remind you just how beautiful nature really is

Mashable - Social Media news - 3 hours 51 min ago

In a world of screens, it's easy to forget that we actually live on a lush green planet filled with diverse wild life. 

But the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is here to remind you that nature will forever be more impressive and beautiful than even the most advanced CGI.

SEE ALSO: 10 animals that hibernate, aside from bears

This year's winner is a portrait of two golden snub-nosed monkeys. The photo, entitled "The Golden Couple," was shot by Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten in the forest of China’s Qinling Mountains, the only habitat for this endangered species.

The photo was selected because it celebrates "the majestic and otherworldly presence of nature, and reminds us of our crucial role in protecting it," Natural History Museum Director Sir Michael Dixon said in a press release sent to Mashable. Read more...

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'Pokémon Go' now has a bunch of new creatures and there's 1 runaway favourite

Mashable - Social Media news - 3 hours 53 min ago

Not all Pokémon are created equal.

There are big ones, small ones, strong ones, fairly useless ones. And then there are ones that are just so achingly cute you can't help but love them despite their faults.

SEE ALSO: Weird new Pokémon with a nut for a head is a big mystery in 'Pokémon Go'

On Tuesday, the official Pokémon Go Twitter account shared a video to announce the first creatures from Generation 4 have arrived in the game.

As they did with the previous generation, Niantic is releasing Gen 4 in waves. And among the 20+ creatures that have arrived in wave number one, there's a clear favourite: Read more...

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ICO of blockchain platform that wanted to ‘fix’ journalism fails

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 3 hours 56 min ago

The skeptics had a point about Civil, the platform that wants to “fix” journalism. Just a week after it announced a partnership with publishing giant Forbes, Civil has declared the failure of its initial coin offering (ICO) and is refunding investors. Civil broke the news on its Medium blog late Tuesday evening, stating that less than 3,000 people were willing to back the ICO. In fact, TechCrunch reports that only 1,012 people actually bought any Civil tokens (CVL). A further 1,738 registered but never actually completed their purchase of CVL. Alas, the 1,012 that did actually buy some CVL tokens did not…

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IGN is launching its 24-hour 'Night of the Living Deals' event

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 24 min ago

With Halloween just two weeks away, IGN have decided to go all spooky and celebrate with the launch of the 'Night of the Living Deals'.

The 24-hour deal event is stacked full of exclusive discounts on video games, TVs, clothing, collectibles, and more from top brands like Samsung, LG, Razer, HP, Humble Bundle, and others. There really is something for everyone, not just gaming fans.

You'll need to visit from 2 p.m. BST to secure these items at some great prices. These deals expire after 24 hours — so get there before Thursday Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. to avoid disappointment.

New deals will be added throughout the day so if what you were hoping for isn't listed, don't despair because it may well appear later in the day. Read more...

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Facebook is reportedly working on a video calling device for your TV

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 4 hours 27 min ago

A few days ago, Facebook launched a device called Portal, which lets you make video calls to others via the company’s Messenger platform. Now, a new report suggests that the social networking company is working on a companion product for TVs that’s also designed for video calling, as well as tuning into Facebook Watch. The device, codenamed “Ripley“, is slated to launch in 2019, and combine a camera for calls, as well as components to support streaming video. It could represent a major step for Facebook to delve into the world of hardware – separate from its VR entity, Oculus There…

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Q4 2018 internet report: Almost 4.2 billion humans are online

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 4 hours 30 min ago

The data in Hootsuite and We Are Social’s new Q4 Global Digital Statshot report reveal that the ‘Next Billion’ is fast becoming a reality, as more and more people across the developing world connect to the internet. Millions of people across Africa and South Asia came online for the first time in the past three months, with almost all of these new users accessing the internet solely via mobile devices. There have been some meaningful changes to social media numbers too, although some of the most interesting findings in this quarter’s report relate to declines in social media audiences, especially…

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Obituary goes viral for its powerful honesty about opioid addiction

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 42 min ago

An obituary has gone viral for its poignant candour about the subject's cause of death — opioid addiction. 

30-year-old Madelyn Ellen Linsenmeir from Vermont, U.S., died on Oct. 7 from opioid addiction. Her family have shared the story of the devastation wreaked on their lives by opioid addiction in a powerful obit

SEE ALSO: Growing online communities offer support amid opioid crisis

"While her death was unexpected, Madelyn suffered from drug addiction, and for years we feared her addiction would claim her life," reads the first paragraph of the obit. "We are grateful that when she died, she was safe and she was with her family." Read more...

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Why the Palm phone might be the perfect tech product for 2018

Mashable - Social Media news - 4 hours 46 min ago

Phones are bad for us. But don’t worry — phones are here to save us. From phones.

That appears to be the message behind the new Palm phone, a tiny smartphone that functions as a kind of smartphone lite, intended as a companion to your main phone, which, if we’re being real, isn’t a phone anymore and hasn’t been for a while. It’s a portable device that sucks you into its world like nothing that came before, not even TV. Turns out Newt Gingrich was right about smartphones — we really need a new word for them.

SEE ALSO: Here's how to set up a VPN and protect your data

The idea of buddy for your phone that’s also a phone sounds ridiculous at first, but it actually becomes more credible the more you think about it. Because chances are you’re thinking something else every time you unlock your phone when you didn’t mean to, every time you catch yourself “zombie scrolling” in an app, every time a bubble pops down from the top of your screen that you didn’t need or want: “I’ve gotta stop this.” Read more...

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This viral mashup of Kendrick Lamar and 'Take On Me' is the catchiest thing you'll hear today

Mashable - Social Media news - 5 hours 7 min ago

What do you get when you mix together Norwegian synthpop from the '80s with 2012 American rap? The answer is a surprisingly catchy tune.

Student Noah Charlick uploaded a mashup of the classic 1984 hit "Take On Me" by a-ha and "Backseat Freestyle" by rapper Kendrick Lamar. Since then, the video has gone viral. 

SEE ALSO: This perfect song reminds us why it's not such a scary time for men

"I’ve either made a great discovery or a terrible mistake," Charlick wrote as a caption for the video, which currently has 4,5 million views, 155,000 retweets, and over 400,000 likes. 

People on Twitter are really into this genre-bending mashup.  Read more...

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This Day In Deals: A brew kit to stop beer floods

Entrepreneurship The Next Web - 5 hours 33 min ago

This Day In Deals is our new section where we share a historical fact and the day’s best deal – and try to connect them. The aim? To enrich ourselves financially, and you spiritually. A beer flood might sound like fun, but in reality it’s no laughing matter. Just take the London Beer Flood of October 17 1814 as an example. At the Meux and Company Brewery in London’s Tottenham Court Road, a huge vat of beer burst. This unloaded 610,000 liters of the liquid everywhere. Even worse, this rupturing caused a domino effect, breaking open other vats of beer. This led…

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John Krasinski talks about working with Emily Blunt, proves they're the ultimate power couple

Mashable - Social Media news - 5 hours 39 min ago

When John Krasinski and Emily Blunt starred together in the movie A Quiet Place, they cemented their status as a true celebrity power couple.  

Krasinski just shared his feelings on working with his partner on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and of course he only had touching things to say about working closely with his wife. 

"I wrote her part with her in mind, but I got so scared [...] that she would say, "Yes, I'll do it for you,"" Krasinski said. "I didn't want her to come to set just for me."

But, as we know, Emily Blunt took the part and the rest is movie history.  Read more...

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Receive a 60-day free trial of Audible with selected electronic products

Mashable - Social Media news - 6 hours 1 min ago

Driving or commuting can be a real drag. It doesn't have to be this way though. That time when you are physically occupied but your mind is free can be harnessed and transformed into a time for relaxation and reflection.

This is where Audible come in. Audible sells digital audiobooks, radio and TV programs, and audio versions of magazines and newspapers. So you can make the most of those otherwise misspent hours.  

Right up until Dec. 26, Amazon customers can receive a 60-day free trial of Audible membership when they purchase qualifying consumer electronics items. 

If the 60-day free trail wasn't pursuading enough, you can make some great savings on the qualifying items too. For example, you can pick up a Huawei Mate 10 Pro for £379.99, down from £699.99. Elsewhere, you can save on Sony wireless bluetooth headphones, available for £36.87 from £60.00. Read more...

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The best UK deals for Wednesday: Shark vacuum cleaners, Bosch screwdrivers, Fitbits, and more

Mashable - Social Media news - 6 hours 4 min ago

It's around two months until Christmas. This means that it is still pretty much unacceptable to discuss, or even think about Christmas, correct? 

Incorrect. Now is the prime time to start thinking, planning, and then thinking some more. Not only that but there are some great Christmas deals to be scooped up before the inevitable rush.

This could be the year that you finally join the ranks of the organised. 

You can beat the rush and save on a pre-lit tinsel wreath, a free standing Father Christmas, and a shatterproof baubles decoration pack with our deals round-up.

If the idea of Christmas planning in mid-October disgusts you, there are plenty of other opportunities to save. We have also put together the best deals on products for the home and products to keep you fit. They might even make good Christmas presents. Read more...

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Stephen King just tweeted his reaction to 'The Haunting of Hill House'

Mashable - Social Media news - 6 hours 13 min ago

Okay, fine, I guess I'm going to have to watch The Haunting of Hill House.

Ever since the nightmare-inducing trailer came out I've been half-intrigued, half-wary (I'm embarrassingly easy to scare when it comes to supernatural, jumpy stuff). But now Stephen King has waded in, so I guess that seals it.

SEE ALSO: The real terror of 'Hill House' lies in family trauma

On Tuesday night, the King of horror posted the following tweet.

THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, revised and remodeled by Mike Flanagan. I don't usually care for this kind of revisionism, but this is great. Close to a work of genius, really. I think Shirley Jackson would approve, but who knows for sure.

— Stephen King (@StephenKing) October 17, 2018

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Stephen Colbert fires back at Trump calling Stormy Daniels 'horseface'

Mashable - Social Media news - 6 hours 17 min ago

Trump's branding of Stormy Daniels as "horseface" was as low as they come, but the stoush wasn't a surprise to Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night. 

"Yes, horseface. You heard it straight from the horse's ass," Colbert quipped.

The Late Show host opened his show with a breakdown of the internet battle which has come between the two personalities, which came to a head when Judge S. James Otero dismissed a defamation case filed by Daniels against Trump.

Otero said that the alleged defamatory tweet was simply "'rhetorical hyperbole' normally associated with politics and public discourse," and that it was protected by the First Amendment. Colbert wasn't so impressed. Read more...

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The future of flying is electric planes

Mashable - Social Media news - 6 hours 31 min ago

If you’ve ever played with a carbon footprint calculator and plugged in your flight history, you’ve seen how a trip just an hour or two away ballooned your total impact on the environment

All that jet fuel takes a toll, but electric planes may swoop in and help — one day. Instead of those 176 pounds of carbon emissions for one measly roundtrip flight from San Francisco to Los Angeles, an emissions-free aircraft could fly that same distance. 

Tesla — and to a lesser extent Nissan, Chevy, and even Toyota with its hybrid Prius — made the masses believe in electric cars. Now, many companies want flyers to believe in electric planes.  Read more...

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If you love TV but hate paying for cable, then this sale on digital HD TV antennas is for you

Mashable - Social Media news - 7 hours 1 min ago

Watching TV is starting to get complicated. With super expensive cable packages and multiple streaming services splitting all your favorite shows up into different subscriptions, it can be hard to find everything you want to watch let alone pay for it. If you’re looking to cut the cord completely and kick it old school with network television, you should check out an digital antenna, like the ANTOP AT-400 4K/Ultra HD TV Antenna.

SEE ALSO: Cutting the cord? This gadget lets you watch TV in real time.

ANTOP is a digital antenna that gives you HD quality access to free over-the-air TV signals, without having to mount a gigantic ugly dish and a forest of cables on your roof. The ANTOP sports a sleek, minimalist design, and installs easily either inside or outside of the house. If you do decide to set it up outside, it has UV coating and weather-resistant finish to protect it from harsh sunlight and the whims of the elements, so you won’t have to worry about suddenly losing your signal right in the middle of The SimpsonsRead more...

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10 apps that can make your life way easier, all of which are on sale

Mashable - Social Media news - 7 hours 1 min ago

Apps make the world go 'round.

Whether you're on the hunt for an app that can help you create a business plan or a platform that affords you unlimited access to video games, we've got you covered. Here are 10 software deals that are too good to pass up:

1Setapp: 1-Yr Subscription — 42% off

These days, everything in the startup world seems to be "the Netflix for [blank]" — even apps. Setapp is a subscription service for Mac apps in which you gain access to over 100 curated apps, and you only have to pay a single monthly price as opposed to purchasing them one by one. It features a single, intuitive library, and a treasure trove of apps ranging from maintenance and finance to productivity and creativity. All information about the apps are laid out for you, so there's no need to trawl through the store, fish for reviews, and compare prices. You also don't have to deal with ads, in-app purchases, and upgrades — you will always get the latest versions. Read more...

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Get a month of Audible Gold and other *free* content with this exclusive deal

Mashable - Social Media news - 7 hours 1 min ago

Editor's Note: PCMag and Mashable are owned by the same parent company, Ziff Davis.

Happy spooky season, friends. Who's up for the adult version of trick-or-treating? (It's books instead of candy — time to get lit.)

The PCMag Shop and Amazon Audible have teamed up to bring you a virtual Halloween goody bag in the form of a site-exclusive Audible deal with tons of free extra content. Just follow the steps below and it won't cost you a cent.

SEE ALSO: 6 of the best on-ear headphones, according to online reviews

This fall pick-me-up comes at the right time — because how great is October for adults really? We get awkward office costume parties, half-off ciders during happy hour, and if you're special, your first cold of the season. The real world is way scarier than any slasher film, and I'll take a distracting audiobook any day. Read more...

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