In a reported double reversal of earlier reports, Amazon is reporting that that they are denying a report of accepting bitcoin as payment.
Jeff Bezos has offered “NASA $2 billion to pick Blue Origin’s lunar lander in last-minute plea”.
Amazon workers smile knowingly, stay on schedule when they avoid bathroom breaks.
Here is a report on a “privacy tools-seller” in Ukraine that apparently needs re-education on the definition of “privacy”
Upgrading to Windows 11 is a give-and-take proposition.
Here is “everything that you will lose from Windows 10 when you upgrade to Windows 11.”
Intel has announced that “its factories will start building Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) chips” because reasons, and why the heck not.
If you live in Russia and are wanting to view websites about an imprisoned opposition leader the answer is “nyet’ and you are going to have a bad day.
This report drops a dime. Apparently it’s no quarter from Tencent as WeChat “suspends new user registration for security compliance”
Society has come to the point where there is now a smartphone app that “is paying users to livestream crime scenes and emergencies”
Drive on down to Electric Avenue.
When you drive on down to Electric Avenue and the world hands you lemons you cope by writing more software.
In today’s disrupting news is this report on “disrupting ransomware by disrupting Bitcoin”
If you live in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, or Washington state and are wanting to order an Alienware gaming computer from Dell you are going to have a bad day.
If you are a TV announcer working at the Olympics you are being encouraged to NOT announce your computer password on live TV.