• Malware bundled into µTorrent could destroy your laptop

    dailydot.com 07 Mar '15, 2am

    You should go ahead and uninstall µTorrent. According to a Motherboard report , the more than 100 million users of the trusted torrent platform are at the risk of having their laptops and PCs literally destroyed. That's because bundled with the latest version of the free software is a...

  • Singapore restaurant replaces waiters with drones

    dailydot.com 09 Feb '15, 4pm

    In December, TGIFriday’s released their “Mobile Mistletoe” drones in select stores, a cute novelty for which one customer left a glowing (red) review: “It literally chipped off a tip of my nose.” Now, a service gap in Singapore—the food and beverage industry lacks nearly 7,000 employe...

  • Singapore restaurant replaces waiters with drones

    dailydot.com 09 Feb '15, 4pm

    In December, TGIFriday’s released their “Mobile Mistletoe” drones in select stores, a cute novelty for which one customer left a glowing (red) review: “It literally chipped off a tip of my nose.” Now, a service gap in Singapore—the food and beverage industry lacks nearly 7,000 employe...

  • The inside story of the alleged Silk Road 2.0 kingpin

    dailydot.com 11 Nov '14, 3pm

    infiltrated Silk Road 2.0 from the very beginning , their criminal complaint reveals, and observed the administrator and the “second-in-command,” who went by Defcon, take responsibility for the ownership and management of the site from December 2013 onwards, after the original anonymo...

  • The inside story of the alleged Silk Road 2.0 kingpin

    dailydot.com 11 Nov '14, 3pm

    infiltrated Silk Road 2.0 from the very beginning , their criminal complaint reveals, and observed the administrator and the “second-in-command,” who went by Defcon, take responsibility for the ownership and management of the site from December 2013 onwards, after the original anonymo...

  • Moolah CEO accused of disappearing with $1.4 million in Bitcoin

    Moolah CEO accused of disappearing with $1.4 million in Bitcoin

    dailydot.com 21 Oct '14, 5pm

    At least $1.4 million in user money entrusted to the brazen, bizarre, and now bankrupt online exchange service Moolah has gone missing. And the founder and CEO of Moolah, a Bitcoin and Dogecoin exchange company, is nowhere to be seen. For the sake of clarity, we'll refer to that owner...

  • 5 million Gmail passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum

    5 million Gmail passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum

    dailydot.com 10 Sep '14, 1pm

    Nearly 5 million usernames and passwords appear to have been published on a Russian Bitcoin forum. Much of the information is old and potentially out-of-date, Google representatives told Russian media, so the so-called “leak” may be more accurately described as a collection of phished...

  • Man recovers $500,000 in bitcoins he mistakenly sent to defunct Mt. Gox

    Man recovers $500,000 in bitcoins he mistakenly sent to defunct Mt. Gox

    dailydot.com 04 Jul '14, 5pm

    A Bitcoin user, who inexplicably threw $500,000 worth of the digital currency into the abyss last month, has managed to recover his funds. The story starts in early June, when Reddit user TheDJFC posted about how he “messed up big time.” Explaining the blunder as a copy-and-paste erro...

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