NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks edged lower on Monday (Apr 23) as rising US Treasury bond yields revived worries the Federal Reserve will accelerate its pace of interest rate hikes.
US stocks spent much of the morning in positive territory as investors looked ahead to a heavy week of earnings and ...
We’ve known for a while that the OnePlus 6T would launch on October 30. It’s set to be OnePlus’ most ambitious device to date, with pre-launch coverage pointing to a smaller notch, and in-display fingerprint reader, and official carrier support via T-Mobile. But then Apple announced it was hosting an event the same day. For all of OnePlus’ popularity, it’s still no Apple. Making matters worse, Apple’s event would be held in New York, meaning a lot of journalists would potentially have to double up on coverage. So OnePlus did the best it could do when dealt with a bad… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
Around the world, popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are being embraced by wide swaths of investors and tech enthusiast alike, which has generated a surge in cryptocurrency-supporting technologies, platforms, and websites. One of these supporting companies, Coinbase, has itself garnered a global reputation thanks to how much of a staple it’s become in the broader cryptocurrency community. But does cryptocurrency really need a company like Coinbase to suceeed? As we’ll come to see, if cryptocurrencies ever really hope to become mainstream, some fundamental changes need to be made, and the widespread embracing of companies like Coinbase is a great… This story continues at The Next Web