Zuckerberg takes the stand, Seinfeld's new home at Netflix
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Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg took the stand yesterday in a law suit involving Oculus and Zenemax Studios.
His testimony didn't necessarily reveal much in regards to the case but it did shed some light on the lengths at which Facebook went to acquire Oculus three years ago.
Most notable among everything disclosed was the fact that it cost Facebook $3 billion to purchase Oculus, which is significantly more than the $2 billion price tag that was announced to the public.
Rumors are swirling that Android Wear's new operating system will hit February 9th, though not every Google smartwatch will receive the update.
The rumors also suggest that two new LG watches will launch alongside the update dubbed the sport and the style.
And finally, Jerry Seinfeld's web series comedians in cars getting coffee will find a new home at Netflix later this year along with 24 new episodes And the existing 59 as well.
The new deal will also see Seinfeld record two new standup specials and develop new projects for Netflix as well.
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