The case against Bitcoin Savings and Trust and its founder Trendon Shavers came to a close Friday after a judge found Shavers guilty of “knowingly and intentionally” operating a cryptocurrency ponzi scheme. Shavers’ case first drew headlines after the complaint was filed last July when his defense tried to argue that it wasn’t a ponzi scheme because bitcoin isn’t money. The judge quickly struck down that notion, and has now ordered the $38.6 million in illegal profits and $1.8 million in interest to be paid back, along with a $150,000 fine for each defendant, according to Reuters.

Although Google Now is closely associated with Android, it’s actually great on iOS as well, if you know where to find it: It’s hidden in the confusingly named Google Search app, which does a lot more than its name would suggest. With its latest update, the app gets improved Chromecast integration as well as new Google Now cards for TV recommendations and traffic. But the biggest change is that Google has renamed the Google Search app on iOS to simply “Google,” which Justin Timberlake would agree sounds a whole lot cleaner.

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