Internet Death Pool.

If you chose LiveLeak in your Internet Death Pool step right up and grab a cup of mourning coffee.

RIP LiveLeak at age 15 years.

With upcoming updates Windows 95-era icons are soon to be a thing of the past.

Today’s high-flying software hack news includes parked Teslas and a drone.

Check out this report that says “on average, Americans check their phones 262 times per day”.

Picture yourself taking a selfie while reading this report on tools that let you “stop facial recognition systems from training on your personal photos”.

That meme of the boy “David After Dentist” is now an NFT and of course it is up for auction.

If you have ever wanted to read about “Berkshire Hathaway’s stock price vs. 32-bit integers” you are not alone, and today may be your lucky day.

Spoiler alert:
“Berkshire Hathaway is trading at more than $421,000 share”

According to this report that says “synthetic ivory can be 3D printed”.

Today’s unsecured database news includes “more than 13 million records relating to an organized fake review scam implicating independent Amazon vendors and users in unethical and illegal behaviour.”

If you have been wanting to read a report on a study that “shows SSD’s are more reliable than HDDs” you are not alone, and today may be your lucky day: