Mobile Minutes: Facebook lawsuit; Medicaid data; Suspended Twitter user; Fitbit acquisition
By Staff reports
January 11, 2017
Monday marked the start of a $2 billion Dallas trial that emerged from a lawsuit by video game startup ZeniMax, alleging that Facebook FB -0.21%-owned Oculus VR stole some of its key technology and promoted a fake origin story to hide the truth.
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Medicaids data gets an internet-era makeover
Jini Kims relationship with Medicaid is business and personal. Her San Francisco start-up, Nuna, while working with the federal government, has built a cloud-computing database of the nations 74 million Medicaid patients and their treatment.
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Twitter temporarily suspends woman after she reports anti-semitic messages
In a Kafkaesque twist, a popular feminist Twitter user says the social media service suspended her after she posted screenshots of anti-Semitic messages from her Twitter trolls ― but allowed the trolls to remain online.
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Fitbit acquires smartwatch maker Vector Watch
Fitness band maker Fitbit completed a second acquisition in two months aimed at making a push into the smartwatch market.
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