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Bitcoin trades lower as Square creates a new business based on the cryptocurrency

Bitcoin was trading nearly 3{4096c6f39d44714c45f5b36755bfd7eaecf49ae82832f8cdb01e260e21826c23} lower early Friday morning.

The price was around $31,470 per coin, while rivals Ethereum and Dogecoin were trading around $1,861 and 18 cents per coin, respectively, according to Coindesk.


Square Inc. is starting a new business centered around Bitcoin.

The fintech company’s Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey made the announcement in a tweet on Thursday.

The focus will be on building an open developer platform with the goal of making

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S.Korean designer creates “Third Eye” for “smartphone zombies”

A South Korean industrial designer has come up with a satirical solution for “smartphone zombies” who can’t take their eyes away from their screen long enough to stop themselves walking into a wall or other obstacle.

Paeng Min-wook, 28, has developed a robotic eyeball he has dubbed “The Third Eye”, which obsessive mobile phone users can strap to their foreheads so they can browse injury-free on the go.

The device, part of an artwork Paeng has called “Phono Sapiens”, opens its translucent eyelid whenever it senses the user’s head has been lowered to look at a smartphone. When the user

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Customs and Border Protection creates a mobile app for mobile people

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Customs and Border Protection deals with the world when it’s on the move. Now it has a mobile app to help travelers to the United States deal with their documents and figuring out what services or information they need for arrival and departure. Tricia Kennedy, a CBP officer assigned to its Innovation Center, and Sunil Madhugiri, acting chief technology officer, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with a more detailed description.

Tom Temin: Tell us who in the

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