But one QAnon expert called it merely a “posthumous shitpost.”
Spanish media reported the 75-year-old former antivirus pioneer was found dead in his cell after a Spanish court ruled in favor of his extradition to the United States to face tax fraud charges.
The controversial jailed antivirus software mogul John McAfee followed up his virus-fighting work with one of the first social networks, a competitor to AOL Instant Messenger. Really.
The, uhh, presidential candidate has flip-flopped on his infamous Bitcoin bet.
McAfee charges $100K per tweet to promote companies that sell digital tokens to investors in crowd sales.
McAfee says he will only promote coins he “truly believes in” and will limit promotional tweets to two a day.
An ad-hoc study in the volatility of niche cryptocurrencies.
Despite support from the hacking collective, McAfee says he's still not interested in the hypothetical Cybersecurity position.
The real-estate mogul's presumptive presidential nomination has left a growing faction of conservatives without a natural political home in 2016.
The biggest leak in history is a plot against Vladimir Putin, a CIA operation, a George Soros–controlled precursor to the New World Order—and something that could expose the truth behind 9/11.
Using Bluetooth low energy networking, EveryKey allows users to simultaneously unlock mobile devices, laptops, web applications and car doors.
Because this presidential race wasn’t bizarre enough.