Two Sin City casinos have begun allowing guests to use the virtual currency when paying for hotel stay, restaurants, and gift shops.
Eyeglasses that would let users snap a photo or shoot a video with a slight head movement are being banned in gambling establishments across the U.S.
Reports from the U.K. claim that the social network is in talks with various gambling companies with a view to developing real money gambling on the site.
Nevada's Gaming Control Board issues an alert warning casinos about an application called "A Blackjack Card Counter." It helps determine the optimal times to bet in blackjack.
iTunes App Store selling iPhone and iPod touch apps that let you count cards while playing Blackjack much to the dismay of Nevada casinos and gaming officials.
The retailer of electronics and computing products gives the digital currency a bit more legitimacy and utility.
The site will allow players to hit the virtual poker tables, as long as they're 21 years of age or older.
Expect to see more people walking around with the computer-enabled eyeglasses -- as Google exclaims, “things are moving really fast” in its one-day sale.
Questions of privacy arise after a woman says she was "verbally and physically assaulted" for wearing the device in a San Francisco bar.