The developer behind one of the most successful video games in the world nixed plans to work with Oculus after the virtual reality company was acquired by the social media giant.
Less than two years ago, the fledgling virtual reality company was soliciting $10 to $300 contributions on the crowdfunding site.
Under pressure from anti-violence groups, the social media site said it will remove illegal offers to sell firearms across state lines or without background checks.
When investing in high-valuation technology companies, buy with your eyes open and a recognition of the risk you are taking on.
The social network's news feed gives users only the illusion of control.
As consumers increasingly bounce between PCs, smartphones and tablets, the bits of data that help advertisers track your Web browsing habits are growing less reliable.
Homeowners don't like to take risks, and technology makers don't like to take their time. It's a messy combination.
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