Headlines You May Have Missed – Friday – January 12, 2018

Rule by Skype in Catalonia

YouTube Video:

Facebook Video:

The Skype President of Catalonia, FCC’s Anti-Monopoly Moves, Bitcoin Loves Lasers, Gun Control Doesn’t Pay, The Great Bitcoin Rush, and more on this episode of Headlines You May Have Missed.

Top Headlines You May Have Missed

Will Puigdemont Become the Lead-by-Skype President of Catalonia?
FCC Considers Reducing ISP Licensing Fees, and T-Mobile Supports It
The Laser Solution to Making Cryptocurrencies Anonymous
A Bill To Make Local Politicans PAY If They Vote Against Gun Rights?
Washington Town Triggers Bitcoin Rush for Miners
The Delicate Alliance of Russia, Turkey, and Iran
Turkey Threatens to Invade Rojava…..Again
Turkey Calls in US Envoy to Protest Support for Syrian Kurds
US Court Upholds MO Law Requiring Licensing for “African”Style” Hair Braiders
Facebook Newsfeed Algorithm to Reduce Non-Family-Friends Results in Feed

 

More Headlines You May Have Missed

Prime Number Could Possibly Offer Solutions To Bitcoin’s Electrical Problem
MoneyGram to Pilot Ripple’s XRP Token
The Robot Who Chrissy Teigen Trolled Is Coming For Her Now
National background checks near all-time high
Solar Companies, Workers Brace For Trump Verdict On China Import Tariffs
Proposed federal changes could lead to eased rules for egg processors
Supreme Court to hear appeal over meaning of ‘unborn’ in Constitution
EU to hold Britain to fishing quotas during Brexit transition
Canada Attacks US Tariffs by Taking Case to World Trade Organization
EU Looks Set to Boost Strained Ties With Turkey
Uniz’s new line of 3D printers bring astonishing levels of speed
‘Battery’ that bottles sunshine could bring a new solar revolution
The US Marine Corps Is Getting a New Rifle
Bronx DA eyes illegal tricks behind cops’ surging gun arrests
Maine’s federal prosecutor says he will focus on ‘hard drugs,’ not pot users
US Treasury Agency is Not Happy About Sessions’ Handling of New Marijuana Policy
Russia dismisses Democratic US Senate report as unfounded
Turkey to halt extraditions to US until it gets Fethullah Gulen
Israel is now using Facebook posts to jail Palestinians
How YouTube hunts the most offensive needles in its haystack
Gun Owners of America: Bump Stock Gun Control Opens Door to ATF Bans on Magazines, Triggers
Belarus’ Cryptocurrency Experiment: Why the World Should Take Notice
North Korea Secretly Funnels Monero Cryptocurrency Into Country Through University—Research
Ukraine to create group to regulate cryptocurrency market
Chinese authorities demolish well-known evangelical church
Venezuela’s top private bank Banesco denies sale to government
Google will reportedly vet premium YouTube videos more closely
The US Navy’s newest warship is stuck in Canada because of ice
Recent Clashes between Somaliland and Puntland: The Role of the Farmajo’s Government
‘Anarchist’ is often hurled as a slur. But can anarchists teach us something about democracy?
Cryogenics and 3D Printing Used to Create Super-Soft Replicas of Biological Structures for Tissue Regeneration
Commentary: How Blockchain Could Replace Social Security Numbers
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee denies claims of insider trading on Coinbase
How deadly drone swarms will help US troops on the frontline
South Korea talks cryptocurrency ban, and bitcoin, etherium tumble
Watch: Basics of survival knives
Yes, Poop Particles Spray Into the Air When You Flush the Toilet
What This Fart-Sensing Pill Means for the Future of Medicine
Good luck banning fake news – here’s why it’s unlikely to happen
Decentralized Artificial Intelligence Is Coming: Here’s What You Need To Know
Nano/micro 3-D printing is capable of generating complex, minute components.
Facebook Knows How to Track You Using the Dust on Your Camera Lens
What happened when we went off the grid with Electric Wizard
Extinct Burrowing Bat Discovered, and It Was Giant
Amazon Patents a ‘Smart Mirror’ to Help You Try On Virtual Clothes
Ford-backed self-driving car in crash that sent two to hospital
3D Printing with Explosives
Goodbye ICOs, Hello TAOs? How Tokens Will Change in 2018
Harnessing the Power of Algae: New, Greener Fuel Cells Move Step Closer to Reality
Robots are a step closer to becoming human because they now have muscles like ours
This Flying Vehicle Could One Day Be Your Uber
Ancient Skulls Show How Early Humans First Made it to Scandinavia
Hulu Looks To Take On YouTube And Facebook With Shorter Videos
Facebook Comments
About Paul Gordon 1959 Articles
Paul Gordon is the publisher and editor of iState.TV. He has published and edited newspapers, poetry magazines and online weekly magazines. He is the director of Social Cognito, an SEO/Web Marketing Company. You can reach Paul at pg@istate.tv