After 3 months in Andalucia it's time to move to another place (Sofia for a change). Trying to lighter the load, I wanted to exchange a huge amount of coins we accumulated. No luck.
This Man's Simple System Could Transform American Medicine | WIRED
Newman’s goal for the site is nothing short of a revolution in medical practice. He wants doctors to base their treatments on good scientifi
Supes back 'Airbnb law’ to allow short-term rentals, with limits
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to legalize the growing trend of turning homes into ad-hoc hotels by passing the â€œAir
Mega Aftermath: Upheaval In Pirate Warez Land | TorrentFreak
While last week's shutdown of MegaUpload is of huge interest in itself, but a wave of aftershocks and side-effects are proving equally fasci
Megaupload Shutdown Inflicts Pleasure & Pain On Cyberlockers | Torre...
In the wake of the Megaupload shutdown in January, cyberlocker services all around the world enjoyed an immediate surge in traffic due to hu
Hollywood Lawyers Threaten ‘Hobbit’ Pub | TorrentFreak
Film producer Saul Zaentz owns the film, stage and merchandising rights to JRR Tolkien classics such as The Hobbit. Ostensibly to protect th
TechCrunch | Chart: How Google And Apple Won The Smartphone Wars
What a difference just one year can make. In our Year in Tech post, I pointed out that 2011 was the year that Apple and Google won the smart
MPAA: Megaupload Users Can Have Their Files Back, But… | TorrentFreak
Almost half a year has passed since Megaupload's servers were raided by the U.S. Government, and still there is no agreement on how former u
First Downloaded and 3D Printed Pirate Bay Ship Arrives | TorrentFreak
For The Pirate Bay team simply copying bits and bytes is not enough. They want you to 'download a car', literally, so with that goal in mind
Megaupload Founder Defeats US Govt Attempts To Put Him Back In Prison | ...
After being granted bail last week, Kim Dotcom went home to spend some quality time with his family. The Megaupload founder had been in pris
Judge: BitTorrent Downloads Are Protected Anonymous Speech | TorrentFreak
Miami Judge Marc Schumacher has issued a landmark order in which he protects accused BitTorrent downloaders from mass-lawsuits filed by copy
Start-up says 80% of its Facebook ad clicks came from bots
A start-up company has said it's leaving Facebook because 80% of its ad clicks are coming from bots and the social network will also not let