Facebook's efforts to make money from mobile are young -- but the payoff already looks big.
Fantasy stock market site is about to let users attach real money to their accounts in a direct challenge to the $11.5 trillion U.S. mutual fund industry.
The community site, which lets stock traders create fantasy portfolios, gets SEC approval to be an investment adviser. Real money is to follow.
Google's executive chairman is cashing in, selling 42 per cent of his stock, worth around £1.6 billion.
An original, signed copy of the Japanese Mega Drive Tetris game goes up for auction on eBay with a $1 million price tag. The seller is, however, entertaining serious offers for less than that.
Google is ready to introduce a mobile payment service for Android phones that will allow users to pay for their purchases with a single swipe.
New Ka uses Ford's Kinetic design--which means it has fancy trapezoidal headlights and is wedge-shaped to give the impression it's in motion, even when it's standing still.
With Quantum of Solace just days away from release, Crave's car nerds have been clamouring to discover which new motors Jimmy Bond gets to pootle about in. Hang on, a Ka?
With dozens of systems that have to work together, the Las Vegas Cirque show needs more network-savvy technicians.
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