The Federal Trade Commission gives its stamp of approval to the $2 billion deal, according to Reuters, as Facebook readies for "the platforms of tomorrow."
After PayPal President David Marcus tweeted "We're believers in BTC," eBay's US and UK branches say they will let people sell digital currencies in the classified ads sections of the sites.
If you own an LG Smart TV and have a Dish Hopper subscription, you soon won't need a separate set-top box to get Dish's full service on that TV.
Miss a few stories this week? We'll get you up to speed with this rundown of all the tech news.
Sony's virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4 looks amazing, but it's hoping to succeed where many others have tried and failed. For Project Morpheus, it may be a long, hard road to success.
Reportedly being tested for inclusion in iOS 8, the app would be Apple's first major push into monitoring and recording your health and fitness, according to 9to5Mac.
A New York mom insists that Google Play is encouraging children to spend money by not forcing buyers to type in their password before purchase.
Apparently, acquiring just one online-video startup this week wasn't enough for Yahoo. The tech giant welcomes the folks at Evntlive, an online platform for live and on-demand concerts, to its video team.
The e-commerce giant may soon let online shoppers virtually "try on" jeans, dresses, shirts, and other clothing to see how they fit and move.
Peek into the future of virtual-reality gaming with an immersive romp through Skyrim.