Spaniards spooked by Cypriot savings grab turn to virtual currency to hide money from THEIR cash-strapped government

Spaniards spooked by Cypriot savings grab turn to virtual currency to hide money from cash-strapped governmentTrio of Bitcoin apps soar up Spanish download chartsBitcoin is a decentralised peer-to-peer currency that cuts out banksValue soars from 32 to 48 per Bitcoin in just a week 10en.pdf” rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”> European Central Bank report published last year warned that increased demand for Bitcoin 'could have have a negative impact on the reputation of central banks'. 'The public may perceive the incident as being caused, in part, by a central bank not doing its job properly,' the report added presciently.

Your very own eye phone! The contact lens that can receive your text messages

Your very own eye phone! The contact lens that can receive your text messages Text messages and images can be projected directly on to the lens using wireless technology Researchers at Ghent University believe the lens could be available to the public in just a few year By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:06 GMT, 8 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:32 GMT, 9 December 2012 It may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but reading text messages off contact lens in the eyes could soon be a reality – bringing a whole new meaning to the term 'instant messaging'. Scientists have developed a new technology that allows electronic messages sent from mobile phones to be directly projected on to contact lens placed in the recipient's eyes. The spherical curved LCD display, created by Belgium researchers at Ghent University, handle projected images using wireless technology

Family"s fury after elderly aunt leaves entire 8m estate to next-door neighbour

Family’s fury after elderly aunt leaves entire 8million estate to next-door neighbour to thank her for buying her bread and milkWidow Betty Harris left entire estate to neighbour as a 'thank you gift'Will caused a bitter legal dispute as Mrs Harris' family challenged in courtMrs Harris complained that her relatives 'all want their bit of money' | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 28 November 2012 It is often said that a small act of daily kindness goes a long way. But one lucky Australian could not have expected that her good deeds would land her a multi-million dollar cheque. The next-door neighbour, who helped an elderly widow with her daily chores, was left with a ‘thank you’ gift of eight million pounds