Tesla buyers purchase with bitcoin.

Elon Musk has said that “Tesla buyers can purchase vehicles with bitcoin” because why the heck not.


The Competition Commission of India has ordered “an investigation into WhatsApp’s privacy policy changes, saying that Facebook-owned service breached local antitrust laws”

Let’s see how well this works out for them:


News is in that the “global shortage of chips is getting worse, with no sign of supply catching up”

But wait, there’s more:

“The supply chain might not recover until 2023”


Yesterday’s news:

Digital art.

Today’s topic:

Digital houses.

Spoiler alert:

“someone in Toronto just sold a digital house for more than $600k ”


Sort of news:

A silicon valley startup has hired a new “chief impact officer”

But wait, there’s more:

The new hire is the Duke of Sussex.


Here is the story of the most popular online gambling app in Britain, and how it “compiled extensive records about a user, tracking him in ways he never imagined.”


Good news:

“Zoom increased profit by 4,000% during the pandemic”

Hold, please:

the company paid $0 in federal income tax”


“If you paid $14.99 a month for a Zoom Pro membership, you paid more to Zoom than it paid in federal income taxes”


If you have been noticing “Gmail and other Android apps crashing on phones” you are not alone, and Google has a “simple fix” for that:


Today’s data breach news includes “energy giant Royal Dutch Shell” and “personal and business data from the company’s legacy file-transfer service”


Here is a post about Purple Fox malware and how it “worms its way into exposed Windows systems”