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Justice Department and state prosecutors investigating Google for alleged antitrust violations are considering whether to force the company to sell its dominant Chrome browser and parts of its lucrative advertising business, three people with knowledge of the discussions said Friday.

The conversations — amid preparations for an antitrust legal battle that DOJ is expected to begin in the coming weeks — could pave the way for the first court-ordered break-up of a U.S. company in decades. The forced sales would also represent major setbacks for Google, which uses its control of the world’s most popular web browser to aid the search engine that is the key to its fortunes.

Discussions about how to resolve Google’s control over the $162.3 billion global market for digital advertising remain ongoing, and no final decisions have been made, the people cautioned, speaking anonymously to discuss confidential discussions. But prosecutors have asked advertising technology experts,

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The popular Ethereum toolkit MetaMask now allows users to swap tokens from within the app itself.

MetaMask owner ConsenSys announced the news on Tuesday, saying that the new feature would request token prices from decentralized exchanges and aggregators so that users can get the best prices.

MetaMask will support Uniswap, Airswap, Kyber, 0x API, 1inch.exchange, dex.ag, Paraswap, Totle, and private market makers for the feature. This approach means that users won’t need to navigate these platforms individually to find the optimal price.

The feature is initially available to users of the MetaMask extension on the Firefox browser and will be rolled out soon to other browsers and MetaMask Mobile, ConsenSys said. 

The MetaMask team said on Monday that it had exceeded one million monthly active users.

“MetaMask user growth happens in a compounding feedback loop similar to the feedback loop of the internet itself. Users onboard to use one site,

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Web Camera Pro 3.0

Video Surveillance Software

Award-winning video surveillance software
allows the detection of objects in real-time on standard computer. Of course, if your computer has a GPU graphics card and supports CUDA, then the performance will be even higher.

More than 3500 different IP camera models are supported including Axis, HIKVision, ACTi, American Dynamics, Arecont, Avigilon, Basler, Bosch, Brickcom, Canon, CBC Ganz, Cisco, CNB, Costar, Dahua, Digital Watchdog, DRS, DVtel, DynaColor, FLIR, Foscam, GeoVision, Grandstream, GVI, Honeywell, Intellio, IOImage, IPX-DDK, IQInvision, JVC, March Networks, Merit Lilin Camera, Messoa, Mobotix, Nothern, Panasonic, Pelco, PiXORD, QVIS, Samsung, Sanyo, Scallop, Sentry, Sony, Speco, StarDot, Starvedia, Toshiba, Trendnet, Ubiquiti, Uniview, Verint, VideoIQ, Vivotek, W-Box, Wodsee
Virtually all USB cameras work with Web Camera Pro.

Web Camera Pro – îne of the fastest free video surveillance software for detecting objects in real time


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Internet Explorer (IE), World Wide Web (WWW) browser and set of technologies created by Microsoft Corporation, a leading American computer software company. After being launched in 1995, Internet Explorer became one of the most popular tools for accessing the Internet. There were 11 versions between 1995 and 2013.

In July 1995 Microsoft released Internet Explorer 1.0 as an add-on to the Windows 95 operating system. By November the company had produced IE 2.0 for both Apple Inc.’s Macintosh and Microsoft’s Windows 32-bit operating systems. This release featured support for the virtual reality modeling language (VRML), browser “cookies” (data saved by Web sites within the user’s browser), and secure socket layering (SSL). The success of IE and the rapidly expanding online world led Microsoft to produce several editions of the program in rapid succession. In August 1996 IE 3.0, designed for use with Windows 95, added important components such

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