Public transit riders in Winnipeg have been having some issues with their Peggo payment cards. However, after dealing with mysteriously cancelled cards and problems with reloading cards with funds online, riders might not be complaining too loudly about the latest glitch to affect Peggo: free rides.
On November 28th, approximately 2,000 students of Rancho del Rey Middle School in Chula Vista, California got a very unwelcome surprise when their parents received a barrage of texts, emails, and voice messages informing them that their kids were required to report to school at 8 AM Saturday morning.
Earlier this year, Andrew Green spent six hours playing Frankie Dettori’s Magic Seven, an online blackjack game, on his phone. The 52 year-old gambler, a resident of North Hykeham in Lincolnshire and a father of two, started out with an initial bet of £100.
Earlier this year, Wells Fargo disclosed that almost 400 of their customers were foreclosed on due to a computer error. This week, they revealed that an expanded review identified 145 additional customers who lost their homes due to the glitch.
Earlier this month, Microsoft halted the rollout of the latest Windows 10 update after users reported major personal data losses after installing the update, advising anyone who had already downloaded the update to delete it without installing—a significant and unusual move for the company.