After sober second thought Bill Gates “has admitted he made “a huge mistake” in spending time with sex offender and disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.”
The status of Moore’s Law “that defined how chips have been made for decades” has been updated to “run itself into a cul-de-sac”
There has been a Switch in quarterly gaming console sales numbers at Nintendo.
The US military is saying that “its new AI can see events ‘days in advance'”
Still no news on the winning lottery numbers from next week.
An official from the US National Labor Relations Board is reportedly saying that Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama should have a do-over on that vote to unionize, because reasons.
This report updates the status of the world-wide computer chip shortage to “the world will soon be drowning in chips”
Reports are in that Apple will be using “more China suppliers for its latest iPhones”
because of course they will.
Back in 2018 “Google exposed the private data of 52 million users” and now people have started to receive compensation.
$2.15 in compensation.
Reports are in that “Russia plans to build a bitcoin tracking tool to monitor crypto wallets linked to crime and terrorism”
Let’s see how well that works out for them:
According to this report people are getting fired up now that the Ethereum network is “burning 3.68 ETH ($10,295) every minute on average.”
A senator in Uruguay “has reportedly introduced a bill seeking to allow the use of cryptocurrencies as a payment option” in his country.
Let’s see how well this works out for him:
The Central Bank of Venezuela has said that they will be putting the digital bolivar in circulation on October 1st because why the heck not.
Obliviously a lot of thought went into choosing a name for this new cryptocurrency token that was inspired by the author of the Lord of the Rings.
Reports are in that “Fidelity just bought 7.4% of bitcoin miner Marathon Digital” because why the heck not.
Bitcoin miner Bitfarms is cleaning up with the energy they used to mine 391 BTC in July.