Made In China
Why wait in line for a gold iPhone 5S when you can just slap a sticker on your old one? That’s what shrewd customers in China are doing. Online merchants are seeing an uptick in sales of gold handset stickers for several iPhone models, because apparently they just can’t wait for the real version.
A Palestinian IT expert exploited a Facebook loophole by writing on Mark Zuckerberg’s wall without being connected to him to show off his discovery. The company is now apologizing for ignoring the bug report. [AllThingsD]
Twitter poached Jennifer Prince from Google to lead its ad sales efforts with movie and television companies. [Variety]
Zillow is purchasing StreetEasy for a cool $50 million. [AllThingsD]
In Germany, Bitcoins are now subject to a capital gains tax because it’s a form of “private money.” [ArsTechnica]
Jobs garnered an embarrassing $6.7 million in its debut weekend. That makes the Newton look like a rousing success. [Wall Street Journal]
Um, ew? There’s mounting evidence that the next iPhone is going to be available in gold. [TechCrunch]