Google Fiber's next destinations include Irvin, CA; San Diego, CA; and Louisville, KY.
A new study shows that making the school lunch period longer encourages kids to eat more fruit and vegetables.
Back in May, we reported on 5 banks that settled a price rigging lawsuit for over $5 billion. Now there are 12 (note that all five mentioned before are involved with this as well) banks have agreed to settle a similar case for $1.87 billion dollars. The list of banks will be included below.
Multiple companies are looking at purchasing AMD. It is unclear if they are looking at just CPU side, GPU side, or both sides of AMD. Two of the companies possibly interested are Intel and Microsoft.
Nintendo has nearly taken down a YouTube channel called PangaeaPanga due to its use of a Super Mario World ROM in order to speedrun the game. Nintendo has taken down about %80 of the channels content. This is continuing a trend lately by Nintendo, to force content creators to follow their guidelines and censor their ability to criticize their games.
Bank of America Corp. BAC, +0.00% Barclays PLCBARC, -0.06% BCS, -0.06% BNP Paribas SA BNP, -0.63% BNPQY, +0.00% Citigroup Inc. C, +0.06% Credit Suisse Group AG CSGN, +0.78% CS, +1.13% Deutsche Bank AGDBK, -0.89% DB, -0.07% Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS, -0.34% , HSBC Holdings PLCHSBA, -0.18% HSBC, +0.15% J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. JPM, -0.16% , Morgan StanleyMS, +0.35% Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC RBS, -0.36% RBS, +0.20% and UBS Group AG UBSG, +0.00% (Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/big-banks-agree-187-billion-deal-to-settle-swaps-collusion-lawsuit-2015-09-12)