News Headlines - 14 September 2017

Bitcoin is dropping right now after a big Chinese exchange said it is closing

Bitcoin prices plunged about 13 percent Thursday after one of the biggest exchanges in China said it will shut down its operation... BTC China said in a tweet Thursday that it will close down its operations by Sept. 30 as Chinese authorities crack down on cryptocurrencies.

Samsung enters autonomous driving race with new business, funding

Samsung announced on Thursday at the Frankfurt Motor Show that it has set up a strategic business unit for autonomous and advanced driver assistance services (ADAS), together with a $300 million fund to invest in automotive start-ups and technology.

Google Sued For Gender Discrimination By Female Former Employees

Three former employees of Google have filed a class action lawsuit against the internet company, alleging a pattern of discrimination against women workers, including systemically lower pay than their male counterparts.

Woman arrested on suspicion of trying to break in to Prince George's school

Security arrangements at Prince George's school are being reviewed after a woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary.

Goodbye Cassini: Why NASA crashed this spacecraft into Saturn - The San Diego Union-Tribune

Cassini had run out of fuel. And without fuel, NASA can’t control it. So instead of letting the spacecraft orbit around Saturn, operators used its last fumes of fuel to purposely crash it instead of running the risk of letting it hit a moon and potentially contaminate it, according to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.








この記事へのトラックバック一覧です: News Headlines - 14 September 2017:

« 2017年09月14日のニュース・クリップ | トップページ | 2017年09月15日のニュース・クリップ »