Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security served the Dwolla mobile payment service with a court order requiring it to immediately cease all account activities with the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange. Today it appears that Mt. Gox, based in Japan, has been cut off from Internet. If you try to get to http://mtgox.com you get a “502 Bad Gateway”...
In the first governmental action against bitcoins, the Department of Homeland Security served the Dwolla mobile payment service with a court order requiring it to immediately cease all account activities with the Mt. Gox Bitcoin trading platform. Show More Summary
LONDON -- The shares of Quindell Portfolio advanced 0.9 pence, or 15%, to 6.9 pence during early London trade this morning after the company once again responded to press speculation about the health of its accounts. Quindell, which...Show More Summary
Most airlines have some form of expiring miles. Most programs promote that their miles never expire… but there’s a catch. The miles may not expire, but the account itself can become dormant with all miles forfeit if there’s no activity for a prolonged period of time. Only Delta, among major frequent flyer programs, offers no [...]Show More Summary
In this crime report, locals told police that their belongings were stolen from cars and trucks, their homes were burglarized and their bank accounts were used in unauthorized ways. Also, disputes between significant others resulted in violence and robberies last week. Show More Summary
The U.S., Japan, Korea and Australia are the foci of LTE activity, accounting for 90 million of those subscribers, according to Wireless Intelligence.
SyFy and Trion World's crossmedia experiment seems to be a hit in both intereactive and non-interactive form, with more than a million active accounts in than a million registered accounts for the MMO and nearly four million viewers tuning in for the television series premier. Show More Summary
Raj Chetty (Harvard University, Department of Economics) presents Active vs. Passive Decisions and Crowd-Out in Retirement Savings Accounts: Evidence from Denmark at NYU today as part of its Colloquium Series on Tax Policy and Public Finance convened by Daniel Shaviro (NYU) and William Gale (Tax Policy Center; visiting at NYU):...
Post by Linda Sharps Just when you thought you'd heard it all when it comes to people using Facebook for ill-advised activities, here's a story of a Michigan woman who's accused of setting up a Facebook account in order to stalk herself. Show More Summary
With more than a billion active accounts worldwide, it is easy to forget that some people don't actually use Facebook. read more
We can't say we didn't see this coming, folks. Hotmail has gone the way of the dinosaur. Microsoft announced yesterday that the company had completed migrating all 300 million active Hotmail accounts over to the new Outlook mail, officially hammering the final nail in the coffin of the free email service.
In this edition of Weekend Reading, we’ve got stories on new features in Outlook.com, the release of the “Star Trek Into Darkness” app for Windows Phone (among a bevy of new apps made available this week), Bing Rewards expanding to MSN and a hilarious new Windows Phone ad. Show More Summary
Microsoft transitions to the new Outlook.com email service, which now has more than 400 million active accounts. read more
ITHACA, N.Y. – With more than a billion active accounts worldwide, it can be easy to forget that some people don't use Facebook. A study by Cornell University researchers presented this week in Paris suggests that "non-use" of the social...Show More Summary
One of the ways (theoretically) in which businesses are held accountable by the public, or at least those with stock portfolios, is through shareholder activism. However, in practice, shareholder activism rarely can actually be a case of a disease being used to cure an illness.
Post by Linda Sharps Do you believe in paranormal activity? If so, do you believe it increases during pregnancy? Some say the unborn are in a transitional phase between the spirit world and the physical world and may have guardians nearby. Show More Summary
Hotmail is officially dead. Microsoft announced today that they have finished transferring all Hotmail accounts to its newer email system Outlook. The SF Gate reports that Hotmail accounts will still be active but the look and feel of the old system is officially dead. Microsoft wrote in a blog post: “Today, we’re excited to announce [...]Show More Summary
Microsoft announces that its Hotmail service upgrade is now complete, with its new Outlook.com email platform up to 400 million active accounts.
When we launched the preview of Outlook.com, our goal was to build the best email service in the world, capable of scaling to over a billion active customers. When Outlook.com came out of preview, it was already the fastest growing email service thanks to your support. Show More Summary
Microsoft has completed its Hotmail.com to Outlook.com migration and now is claiming 400 million active Outlook.com Web mail accounts.