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Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including iOS 7.1, Android malware, Google Glass in hospitals, and Congressional hypocrisy.
Chinese e-commerce giant will pay HK$6.24 billion (US$803.74 million) for a 70.8 percent stake in ChinaVision Media Group, gaining immediate access to a host of content including television dramas, movies, and games.
After being granted bankruptcy protection in Japan and the U.S., a judge has ordered the Bitcoin exchange's assets frozen.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone says he is self-conscious about being rich.
Over 1,000 workers at the Chinese factory launched a strike earlier this month in protest over IBM's compensation and severance package policies. Lenovo will soon own said factory.
Aside from the companies noted by Re/Code as potential buyers, ZDNet has learned Cisco has been rumored to be interested too.
Content marketing is all about trust.
It's captured the imaginations of enthusiasts all too ready to exchange it for real-world goods, but recent and repeated hacks of Bitcoin's underlying elements suggest the virtual currency is no more real than the Ponzi schemes of yesteryear – and it's only a matter of time until the faithful get burnt.
The NSW government is inviting shared services providers to register their interest to support ServiceFirst in the hope that a move to the private sector will be more cost effective.
In a preliminary proxy statement filed with the SEC, eBay urged shareholders to ignore the activist investor's handpicked nominees, claiming that Daniel Ninivaggi and Jonathan Christodoro are "not qualified" to replace any of the board's current members.
Think Ireland is all about the Guinness, Corned Beef & Potatoes? How about Color Photography, Seismology and Submarines?
The Japan-based Bitcoin exchange files Chapter 15 bankruptcy paperwork in the U.S. in efforts to protect its remaining assets, while opening up international channels of co-operation.
Anonymous hackers claim to have published "evidence" of fraud conducted by Mt. Gox management.
When in Sweden, Facebook is evidently doing as the Swedish do.
UPDATED: For those keeping score, Google Currents is NOT in the mix.