Technology & Innovation — Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016
Quo Vadis, Bitcoin?
FTN Daily #61 — Cars with laser eyes — PGP in trouble — and more
Instead of fostering an innovation friendly climate, the EU has set its sights on Google. With no good results. Massimiliano Trovato for CapX
A South African startup says it will soon start building smartphones, but claims of the first “made in Africa” phones have been around for years. Michael Reilly for MIT Technology Review
A big leap for cars
A new Lidar sensor promises to make self-diving cars better. Vanessa Bates Ramirez for Singularity Hub.
PGP encryption is broken
And it can’t be fixed. Filippo Valsorda for Ars Technica
Quo vadis Bitcoin?
A major bitcoin exchange has decided to stop selling the digital currency that was supposed to transform money on the internet. So what happens next? Cade Metz for Wired.
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