If you have been wondering why it is being “seen as a positive step for Bitcoin industry” now that “Bitfinex and Tether must stop trading activity in New York and pay an $18.5 million fine” today may be your lucky day:
This may be the only chance today that you get a chance to say the phrase: “Doctor, I think I have an HDMI”
Clippy would like to know if you need help learning about how “Microsoft Word is getting text predictions next month”
Recent reports from Amsterdam that there have been“11 arrested for stealing €18.5 million worth of iPhones”
No word yet on the extra cost for charging cords.
Online usage reports are in from China about “41 cases worth over 24 million yuan ($3.7 million) due to naked chatting with victims in over 20 provinces”
What chatting now?
Firefox is testing a “feature” that will automatically “place sponsored tiles on the Firefox home page (or New Tab)” because why the heck not, and by why the heck not they mean because money.
The Attorney General in New York state is moving forward with “efforts to protect investors from fraudulent and deceptive virtual or “crypto” currency trading platforms by requiring Bitfinex and Tether to end all trading activity with New Yorkers.”
“wallet transactions camouflage the IP address of the botnet’s control server”
Gamers may be virtually overjoyed to read this post about Sony announcing a “next-gen VR headset for the PS5”
“a better field of view, higher resolution, and a single cord”
According to this report high-flying safe software has saved two F-16 pilots after they “pass out mid-flight”
Sort of news:
Chinese spyware code.
“was copied from America’s NSA”