Fake computer chips.

Believe it or not, this report says that “fake computer chips are slipping into the supply chain”


The folks over at CNBC would like you to know that they are now revealing that “top consumer brands are paying up for prominent placement” in internet search results.


Tesla would like you to please stop getting charged up over everything that you think is included in their referral program.


Yesterday’s news:

Fooling around with your office’s 3D printer.

Today’s topic:
“3D-printed rocket engines: the technology driving the private sector space race”


Here is a reviews of El Salvador’s Bitcoin Law, with helpful picture of what a Chivo Wallet Bitcoin ATM burning during a protest may look like.


According to this report 100% of the time “60% of the apps delisted from the Apple App Store didn’t have a privacy policy”


Reports are now in that say Artificial Intelligence can assist you to move your top hat around the real estate game board as it “helps you find the homes that are most likely to sell in the next 12 months”


MacBook M1 screens are now officially classed as “not all that they are legally cracked up to be.”


If you have a spare $1.7 million and space to fill on a large wall in your house, LG’s 325 inch television may be just what you need.


Yesterday’s news:

High speed internet via fiber optic cable.

Today’s topic:

“High-speed internet via airborne beams of light”