The “dirty secret” naked truth about Internet Explorer.

The “dirty secret” naked truth about Internet Explorer has been exposed.

What are the odds that you will want to read this report on “how casino-like apps have drained people of millions” of dollars ?

Europe’s Premier Digital Asset Exchange has been re-classified to European cryptocurrency exchange that last week was the victim of “hackers who stole cryptocurrencies worth 5.4 million dollars.”

Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Tezos, Algorand, & TRON transferred.

Amazon is “adding a new service to Alexa for landlords.

It’s called Alexa for Residential”

It is also reportedly “a privacy nightmare waiting to happen”.

ByteDance will apparently sharing its dance card with Oracle “for the U.S. arm of TikTok with a deal structured as a partnership rather than an outright sale”.

To no one’s surprise a “U.S. company whose technology helped Belarus block much of the internet during a disputed presidential election last month” may now face a Treasury Department investigation “for potential violations of U.S. sanctions”.

Choose to invest some time and read about “why online voting is harder than online banking”.

  • 1: become childhood movie star.
  • 2: “become a cryptocurrency billionaire” through Bitcoin, internet gaming and other tech ventures.
  • 3: run for president of the US.
  • 4: Wait. Back up one.

2008: “CBS Corp bought CNET for about $1.8 billion”.

2020: Marketing company Red Ventures says it will buy online media company CNET Media Group from ViacomCBS for $500 million.

Note to CBS: You might be doing it wrong.

If you are smart enough to program a Raspberry Pi but too lazy to look and see if you are running out of toilet paper today may be your lucky day.

Here is “how to build a Raspberry Pi toilet paper reminder”.

Softbank is apparently an arm’s length away from a “$40 billion deal to sell Arm Holdings to Nvidia”.

Reports are in that “the COVID-19 contact-tracing apps we were promised are finally here”.

Next up: The COVID-19 vaccine we are hoping for.

Internet communication by satellite is:

1) convenient.

2) a lot easier to hack than you’d think”

3) all of the above.