Zillow resolves Trade Secrets Suit

ZillowOnline real estate site, Zillow had resolved a lawsuit over trade secrets with the operator of realtor.com. It also surfaced new details temporarily on a Verizon bid for Yahoo.

According to sources, Zillow would pay $130 million to settle a lawsuit over the misuse of trade secrets. The lawsuit was tied to the hiring of Move Inc. employee Errol Samuelson as Zillow's chief industry development officer.

A telecom giant, Verizon would be put forward the bid worth $3 billion for Yahoo's internet assets. It's well off analyst projections for a potential Yahoo bid, climbing as high as $8 billion.

The smartphone plan subscribers will be able to own a stock in the company, as per T-Mobile, the wireless carrier's latest campaign. Through this plan consumers can get a free share of T-Mobile stock after signing up for a "post-paid" account.

Activision-Blizzard, Overwatch creators Blizzard Entertainment will join hands with Facebook to allow PC video game players to stream their exploits to Facebook Live. Blizzard's games will also support the option to log in to the social network.

According to reports, an electronic giant Samsung may roll out smartphones with bendable screens by 2017.

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