Silicon Valley investors back the security startup, which aims to safeguard user accounts with a multi-signature wallet.
Charlie Shrem allegedly worked with Robert Faiella, known as BTCKing in the Bitcoin community, to exchange more than $1 million in bitcoins for users to make illegal purchases on Silk Road.
The agency is asking the court to force Amazon to refund parents for virtual goods their kids bought before passwords were required.
Dodge announced a new Dart model, based on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta platform, to be unveiled at the 2012 Detroit auto show.
A strengthening U.S. dollar played a big role in undercutting Q2 results. The Fed's latest moves may offer relief in the current and future quarters.
This gadget has a bizarre combination of functions, including a UV counterfeit money detector.
Sony is firing up the PlayStation Network again and most of America should have access by now. But the Japanese government says it won't allow PSN back on in its country until Sony can ensure that it's triple-dog-super-secure. Which, uh ... I kind of want it to be that secure here, too, don't you? Plus, artists gets screwed by pirates AND the RIAA, the fascinating and potentially globally destabilizing bitcoin project, and the power of Prey gets back a man's laptop from hundreds of miles away. --Molly
The company survey site is adding support for currencies in more than 100 countries.
Live, 24-hour Webcast that begins September 14 heralds new focus for Gore's nonprofit Alliance for Climate Protection, which is changing name to The Climate Reality Project.
Intuit QuickBooks 2009 introduces global currency support and a free Web site for a year, expanding the application's scope beyond bookkeeping.