Zach MinersU.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service

Zach Miners covers social networking, search, and general technology news for the IDG News Service, and is based in San Francisco.

Twitter partners with Bing for language translation

Users can easily see tweets translated into their selected language on Twitter.

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EBay, cutting 7% of workforce, looks to spin-off Enterprise unit

A planned split of eBay's PayPal unit is also due this year

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WhatsApp comes to your browser, with a catch

Users can pair the app to a Web client in Google's Chrome browser

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Amazon ditches Wallet mobile payment service

The app let people store and use reward and loyalty cards for making purchases

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Google, Fidelity invest $1 billion in Elon Musk's SpaceX

Google and Fidelity now jointly own just under 10 percent of SpaceX

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Facebook to limit content flagged as false in news feeds

Posts that have been flagged by users will appear less prominently

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UK regulators end fraud probe into HP's Autonomy acquisition

A U.S. investigation into the sale of Autonomy to HP is ongoing

Hands-on with Neil Young's Pono music player

Detecting the supposed higher quality of sound in the new music player and companion music store can be a mind-twisting experience

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Tech giants increase offer to $415 million to settle no-poaching case

The judge will decide during a March hearing whether to approve the settlement.

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Zuckerberg discusses balance between local laws and free speech

Requests to remove content sometimes conflict with Facebook's larger goals, the CEO said

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Twitter to tour the world teaching developers how to build apps

The events are focused on learning how to use Twitter's Fabric mobile app kit

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Google offering domains starting at $12 per year in the U.S.

The service also offers integration with third-party website builders like Squarespace, the company said.

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Uber gives Boston the gift of data

Uber says its trip data will help in city planning efforts

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UK prime minister suggests banning encrypted apps like WhatsApp, iMessage

Having access to people's communications is vital for combating terrorism, David Cameron says

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U.S. military Twitter, YouTube accounts apparently hacked by ISIS

The accounts for the U.S. Central Command were compromised Monday, the unit acknowledged