MOBILE, Ala. - At Facebook headquarters, workers are breaking out the birthday candles!
The social networking website was launched exactly nine years ago today. It has gone on to become the world's largest social-networking site, with 550 million members that spend over 700 billion minutes a month on the site.
Samsung Galaxy threw a savvy tech-style party to celebrate the big game over the weekend. Academy Award winner, Jamie Foxx, and Jennifer Hudson performed at the Samsung Galaxy Shangri-La party.
There were ping pong games where players kept track of scores on the leader board using Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 devices. Guests could also order cocktails by ordering with Samsung Galaxy Note 2 devices.
If you bet on last night's big game, as far as the IRS is concerned, income is income. The law requires you to report your gambling winnings, gained legally or illegally.
Most taxpayers must report their winnings on line 21 of a federal form 10-40. Losers can deduct losses only if you itemize them on "Schedule A" of that same form.
Twitter is coming forward as the latest site to be hacked. The social network said in a blog post that approximately 250 thousand user accounts were compromised.
The hackers gained access to information including user names and email addresses.
Affected Twitter users will receive an email instructing them to reset their passwords.
That's your Daily Tech.
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