Today, BitCoin exchange website Mt. Gox announced the discovery of a bug in the BitCoin software affecting transactions of the crypto-currency. The bug was found a few days after the website noticed an issue with withdrawals, prompting it to temporarily pause all such transactions. However, Mt. Gox specified that withdrawals from a Mt. Gox wallet to an external address were the only type being affected and that any BitCoin transactions to and from MT. Gox BitCoin addresses were not.
The last time we checked in with our skeleton-raising Diablo 2 necromancer, the blood of the three Prime Evils – Mephisto, Diablo and Baal – stained the hands of our summoned golem and the world had been saved from sure destruction yet again. That was way back in 2000. Now, over a decade later, we're beginning to hear some solid facts about the upcoming Diablo 3. Or at least facts about in-game transactions. Apparently Blizzard doesn't want to let the item-selling money train plow on without them; the company just announced that a couple of item-selling auction houses would be built right into the game.