Mt. Gox was once the worlds largest Bitcoin exchange, much like Citi or HSBC are to us here in the United States has gone offline. The Mt. Gox website was wiped clean and their associated Twitter account has been cleaned as well.
The internet has been buzzing over the rumors that IBM is looking to sell off its entire chip business to someone else. As of right now we cannot deny or confirm these rumors, but will all the buzz it looks like this might be happening.
Things are not looking good for iPhone users who use the Bitcoin crypto-currency. Today Apple removed the final Bitcoin wallet app from the App Store. The App was named Blockchain and while it was not the largest it was removed without warning.
Up until last week Google and other companies were barred for disclosing how many requests they were receiving from the National Security Agency and PRISM. This ban was lifted last week when the US Government settled a lawsuit with the tech industry. Now companies such as Google can list NSA requests in their Transparency Report, a semi-annual publication that shows how often governments collect information on its users.
Well today is the big game day, it is Super Bowl Sunday! Normally you would have to have a cable subscription to have access to any type of streaming service to watch the Super Bowl online, but this year you can stream the Super Bowl for free!
We all know this is cheaper the outsource production of electronics overseas where labor is much cheaper and labor laws are not is strict. That is why most of the electronics we buy are made overseas. While we do not see that changing anytime soon it is nice to see some companies move some of their production to the U.S. It looks like Foxconn is thinking about opening up a plant in the U.S.
Can you believe that it has been 30 years since Apple introduced the Macintosh personal computer? The Mac was very ground breaking when it was introduced because instead of the normal command line like most PCs at the time it used a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and mouse, which made using the device extremely easy.
Many people have been waiting for Grand Theft Auto V to hit the PC market. Well the PC Version of the game has shown up on both France and German versions of Amazon. While the France product page has been taken down the German one is still live at the time of writing this article. This is of course for the pre-order of the game and it is listed for 59,99 EUR.