Opera rolls out its Ethereum-based desktop browser (but only to testers)
Following up on its promise from August, Opera is finally rolling out a desktop version of its specialized browser with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet – but only to a select group of beta testers. Among other things, the browser lets you handle your funds on the Ethereum blockchain and natively browse decentralized apps (dApps) on its network. The company is calling the crypto-equipped browser Opera Labs to distinguish it from its flagship offering. While regular users will have to wait for the official release, those with early access can now pair their desktop wallet with the one on the Opera… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 18): VS Industry Bhd shares fell as much as 17 sen or 21% to 65 sen today with the broader market and after analysts said they were concerned about the company's earnings growth for the financial year ending July 31, 2019 (FY19).
At 11:45am today, shares of electrical and electronic products manufacturer VS were traded at 69 sen with some 112 million units transacted. VS was Bursa Malaysia's most-active stock. In the broader market, the FBM KLCI fell 9.23 points to 1,632.39.
Google is following in Amazon's footsteps with its own plans to expand its presence in New York City. The company announced on Monday that it's investing $1 billion on three sites in Lower Manhattan for more than 7,000 workers.
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