The Morning Hype: Philip Morris Still Wants You to Smoke Cigarettes, South Korea to Tax Bitcoin, and Gov't Shutdown Vote at Noon

(pictured above: the IQOS system, credit: Philip Morris International)

 

The Government is Still Shutdown, Vote to Come Around Noon ET (via Bloomberg)

Philip Morris Tests FDA with New Smoking Device That Let's You 'Heat' Tobacco but Not Burn It, Still Sounds like a Cigarette (via Reuters)

Amazon's Fully-Automated Store Opens Today in Seattle (via Gizmodo)

With the Government Shutdown, SpaceX Can't Test New Rockets, Causing Delays (via The Verge)

T-Mobile Crowned Fastest 4G in the U.S (via Mashable)

Jamie Dimon Made His Highest Salary in a Decade (via The Atlas)

South Korea Will Uses Massive Taxes to Curb Volatility in Bitcoin Exchanges (via Fortune)

NYS to Foot the Bill to Keep the Statue of Liberty Open During the Shutdown (via Patch)

Patriots Go to the Superbowl Once Again, *Yawn* (via Business Insider)

 

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