Tech & Science Daily: Elon Musk’s $258bn Dogecoin ‘pyramid scheme’ lawsuit

  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
·2-min read
In this article:
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
Mr Musk has yet to comment on the case (AP)
Mr Musk has yet to comment on the case (AP)

Elon Musk’s been hit with a sudden lawsuit over Dogecoin, and the complainant wants $258bn.

It’s been filed in New York by Keith Johnson who claims he was “defrauded” by the Tesla founder who regularly tweeted about the crypto last year as it surged in value before crashing.

Mr Musk has yet to comment on the case, before it was filed he was talking to Twitter staff in a virtual Q&A as he negotiates a $44bn takeover.

It’s emerged almost a third of all the electric vehicle charging points available in the UK are in London.

It comes as the Evening Standard launches its Plug it In campaign to highlight the benefits and explore the challenges of the capital going electric.

Meanwhile, a London-based tech firm claims their Roadvent technology can cut roadside pollution exposure by up to 91%.

A beer belly’s not been something to aspire to… but research suggests a beer a day can be good for your gut.

A study by University Lisbon served a lager over dinner to men aged between 23 and 58 and saw improvements in their intestinal health including greater bacterial diversity.

Imagine being able to interact with your computer without even touching it… Well, it’s possible.

MotionInputV3 has been created by Intel and University College London, and allows a user to control their computer with only speech and gestures.

DNA found in 100,000-year-old remains of a polar bear shows it shares ancestry with the brown bear. Plus, this strain coronavirus may not give you experiences of long Covid. The ubiquitous “is it ok if we use cookies” pop up days may be numbered. Why Amazon are to “fix” Comixology after merging with Kindle, and Bill Gates has provoked the conspiracy theorists by joking the reason Internet Explorer’s been killed off is because he’s run out of microchips.

Listen here, or here:

You can find us on your Spotify Daily Drive or wherever you stream your podcasts.

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting