Nintendo OFFICIALLY Announces New Console for 2012
Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011
Oh, PlayStation Network... more like PlayStation NOTwork... right?! Hear about how the PSN and your account situation is getting worse, a man's attempt to sue a strip club for his drunken $18,000 night, and Nintendo's official confirmation on the new console!
Oh, PlayStation Network... more like PlayStation NOTwork... right?! Hear about how the PSN and your account situation is getting worse, a man's attempt to sue a strip club for his drunken $18,000 night, and Nintendo's official confirmation on the new console! Plus much more on this week's Diggnation.
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Man Sues Strip Club After Getting Drunk and Spending $18,930
One of the many devilish brilliances of the nightlife industry is that customers end up making buying decisions when they're already a little drunk. What's another $14 gin and tonic when you've already had a few $14 gin and tonics? In fact, why not buy the whole place a round? Right? We've all woken up and thought, "We spent how much last night?"
BREAKING: Sony: Your PSN Personal Info Was Stolen Nine Days Ago
Sony has some bad news for PSN users, confirming that nine days ago PSN personal information is "believed" to be in the hands of an "unauthorized person." Users who use the same password for multiple accounts should make immediate changes to all of their online accounts
Milk Completes $1.5 Million Angel Round, Packed with Valley Names
Kevin Rose has completed a hefty $1.5 million angel round for his new mobile development lab, Milk. Rose went for the more-is-more approach, pulling in a wide-syndicate of Valley elites, including TechCrunch's Michael Arrington. Other angels include Ron Conway, Tim Ferriss, Dave Morin, Philip Rosedale, Evan Williams, Shervin Pishevar, Joshua Schachter, Anthony Casalena, Ashton Kutcher, Philip Kaplan, Chris Sacca, Gary Vanyerchuk, Tony Hsieh, Chamath Palihapitiya, Matt Mullenweg, Matt Williams, Tony Conrad and Rob Hayes. As we predicted, the list is rounded out by Floodgate's Mike Maples and Greylock's David Sze, two of Digg's biggest investors who are betting on Rose again. Missing from the list are a few other Digg angels like Reid Hoffman and Marc Andreessen, but it's an impressive mix of VCs, angels and Web personalities.