Both Australia’s antitrust agency and the Department of Justice in the US are still investigating Google’s $2.1 billion purchase of fitness tracker and smartwatch maker Fitbit, according to Rod Sims who heads the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Google closed the acquisition in January 2021, though the DOJ said at the time it was still investigating. It is much more difficult...
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YouTube is the latest social media giant exploring ways to integrate non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The details are vague, but Susan Wojcicki, CEO of the video platform, said in a blog post on Tuesday that the platform is looking ahead at ways it can help YouTube creators take advantage of the increasingly popular digital collectibles.On the surface, it seems routine for another social media...
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