New York Public Library Release 300,000 Free Books News 

New York Public Library Release 300,000 Free Books

The New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue has just released more than 300,000 ebooks online via their mobile application. While for now only citizens of New York has access, we at The Daily News Grabber wonders how long it will be, before we get a truly open, universal library. Proud, regal, majestic, their luxurious manes ruffled by the wind, El Polter’s two lions, named Patience and Fortitude by Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, stare down their noses at us beneath hooded eyelids. Like two elder statesmen, they stand guard at…

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Bank of England Entering The Cryptocurrency Market News 

Bank of England Entering The Cryptocurrency Market

Bitcoin and The Bank of England have had many run-ins with each other over the past few years. The Bank has announced on numerous occasions just how little it thinks of the importance of Bitcoin and the blockchain in general, but now it seems as if that might just have been a facade. In March, bitcoinmagazine.com posted an article detailing the new experiment set up by the 8th oldest bank in the world, currently owned and controlled by her Majesty The Queen and her government. In July, The Bank of…

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PlayStation 4.5 “Neo” Rumors and Updates Featured Gadgets 

PlayStation 4.5 “Neo” Rumors and Updates

The PlayStation NEO (or PS4.5 as some have taken to calling it) is an entirely one of a kind monster. Mid-era console equipment revives are just the same old thing new. The principal PlayStation had the PSOne invigorate, and both the PS2 and PS3 had thin forms that turned out two or three years after the underlying console. The PS4.5 is somewhat not quite the same as what we’ve found before. Rather than simply thinning down the console and perhaps utilizing some more power-proficient segments, Sony is making some significant…

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Twitter Changing Design and Layout for New Tweets Featured Social Media 

Twitter Changing Design and Layout for New Tweets

Twitter has been experimenting these past few days, and now they are tinkering with the tweet composer. A few days ago the first word of users experiencing new layouts started hitting the grape vines, and it didn’t take long before the official Twitter team came out with a confirmation, that yes, they were testing things, and no, nothing was broken. This change is but one of many designed to improve the user experience, and instead of having to go into a separate composing screen, you can now write your tweet…

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SpaceX to Mars – What’s the Status? Featured Science 

SpaceX to Mars – What’s the Status?

For thousands of years, mankind must have dreamed of going to the moon. How many thoughts must not have gone to that special place we can see so clearly from down on the surface of our planet? What wonders have ancient cultures believed would exist on that moon so bright at night?  Now of course, we’ve been there, done that. The dreaming and planning currently taking place are upping the ante by headin for Mars.  Many years have been passed since humans first started dreaming of a reality of multiple…

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Five Ways To Save Money on Venture Capital Business 

Five Ways To Save Money on Venture Capital

As your startup business grows, it is likely that you are going need venture capital at some point. But with taxes going up and regulations tightening the challenges for small businesses continue to look insurmountable. Looking for an investor is one of the suggestions that a lot of people give. But as any successful entrepreneur will tell you, there are steps that you can take to save some money from within the business and not have to give up some equity. Here are some of them: (1) Find some marketing…

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