Once again Turkey won’t fly. Google has been fined “for a second time in two years” because when it comes to large companies “violating fair competition laws”
Reports are in that a recent “series of Intel bugs” have been upgraded to “possible for attackers to install malicious firmware on millions of computers”
Sort of news:
Door Dash app is planning an IPO.
Hold the phone:
The folks over at Fidelity Digital Assets have taken a shot at “addressing persisting Bitcoin criticisms”
Addressing criticisms of their criticisms of Bitcoin criticisms.
Here is a post that says “scientific publishers propose installing spyware in university libraries to protect copyrights”
Before reading a post about smart TV security remember that the term ‘Chinese backdoor’ is never a good thing.
This report says that citizens of Belarus and Russia can now visit Belarusbank “the largest bank in Belarus” for “cryptocurrency buying and selling services”
The folks at TechRepublic would like you to know that the C++ programming language is “the invisible foundation for everything”
Sunny refreshing bonus:
“and what’s next”
Sort of tasty news with coffee roll:
Jeff Bezos invested millions in a startup.
Take a few seconds to check out what may be the second biggest news story this week about how the “world’s second-biggest bank embraces Bitcoin”
Here is a quick look at “the final days of Quibi, the $2 billion streaming platform that didn’t even last six months”
If you have ever wondered “why do Android phones mysteriously exchange 260MB a month with Google via cellular data when they’re not even in use?” there is a web page for that:
Just the facts:
Take a ride to the Silk Road and have a look “inside the FBI takedown of the mastermind behind the website offering drugs, guns and murders for hire”
The status of “one of the world’s most secure communication networks” has been downgraded to “hacked”
Take a minute to scroll through this post on a report that says “we’ll spend almost a decade on our phones”