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eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

It seems that cryptocurrency will really be here to stay, especially if retail giants start taking it seriously. According to insider sources, eBay is in talks with various Bitcoin exchanges, seeking to integrate this new kind of currency into its existing Braintree payment system, opening the doors to paying for popular services like Uber using intangible money.

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eBay was down: what happened?

eBay was down: what happened?

Over the past 24 hours, eBay USA was offline - and several of eBay’s international entry points have been down for the count. At the time this article is being written - right around 1:30PM CST - it would appear that eBay, or at least eBay’s USA-based shops, have returned to service. Also at this time, believe it or not, eBay has made no official comment on the situation whatsoever.

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eBay is down, it’s not just you

eBay is down, it’s not just you

Believe it or not, eBay appears to be down in the United States. Downtime began at approximately 8 minutes after 10PM Central Time and continue through the publication time of this article. At this time it would appear that eBay remains active through servers around the world outside of the United States, suggesting that the downtime is centered on eBay’s USA-based servers.

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eBay store selling refurbished iPhones may be Apple’s

eBay store selling refurbished iPhones may be Apple’s

Apple just might have a new store — online. The high-end hardware retailer seems to have turned to eBay in an effort to relieve themselves of factory refurbished gear. Ahead of the iPhone 6 launch — and in the dregs of Summer — sales have been slumping. Now we can all get our hands on an Apple-approved handset for less than normal.

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BlackBerry Kopi proves its existence on eBay

BlackBerry Kopi proves its existence on eBay

Thought BlackBerry was gone? Thought physical QWERTY keyboards have gone the way of the Dodo? Perhaps many thought so too, but BlackBerry clearly doesn't think so, and apparently neither does someone on eBay. A used BlackBerry Kopi, flaunting its glorious hardware keys, is up for bidding on eBay, which is, of course, suspicious considering the device has never been announced.

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eBay: “Millions” of passwords changed after site hacked

eBay: “Millions” of passwords changed after site hacked

Millions of eBay users have already changed their passwords after the auction site was hacked, eBay has confirmed, updating its homepage to finally make clear to visitors that their information could have been stolen. The security breach - which eBay revealed earlier this week, several months after it's believed to have actually taken place - saw everything but payment details taken by hackers.

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eBay hack triggers US/EU investigations as database leak denied

eBay hack triggers US/EU investigations as database leak denied

The eBay hack has brought the online auction site under international investigation, with the company's handling of personal data being questioned by regulators in the US and abroad. eBay announced earlier this week that its database of user details - including names, addresses, email and phone numbers, and date of birth - had been hacked into and records stolen. Now, investigators are looking at whether eBay mishandled those records.

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Netatmo Rain Gauge lands with IFTTT support (and eBay too)

Netatmo Rain Gauge lands with IFTTT support (and eBay too)

Smart home weather hub firm Netatmo has released its Rain Gauge, a wireless way of tracking the wetter weather in your garden, arriving with IFTTT support out of the box, as the web-connection service also throws in a new eBay channel. The Netatmo Rain Gauge keeps count of both how many periods of rain you get, and how much accumulated rainfall there has been, firing the results to your Weather Station indoors.

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eBay hack handling slammed as stolen data allegedly hawked

eBay hack handling slammed as stolen data allegedly hawked

eBay has been slammed by security experts for how it handled notifying users of recent account hacks, with the auction site's decision to send out password change emails criticized for being far too similar to how phishing exploits work. The site recommended that all users change their login credentials after discovering that hackers had raided their databases in mid-Q1, but the method by which it did so may not have been the safest.

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eBay hacked: Passwords reset after servers raided

eBay hacked: Passwords reset after servers raided

An eBay hack has left the online auction site asking all of its registered users to change their password, after its databases were compromised and encrypted login details stolen. Investigation of the hack, eBay says, shows no signs that credit card or other financial information was obtained, but instead a broad selection of personal data including physical address and phone number.

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