Four of LulzSec hacking ring have been sentenced to death by hanging in the British capital this week. That may be a slight over-statement but it was nonetheless a shock to learn the sentence came down at 32 months.
What is Fruit Ninja is I hear you ask. Well, my dear followers, this app hails from Australia and is a game that revolves around cutting up fruit. It's difficult to sell a game such as this one but trust me, it's super fun.
The great Alibaba is seriously considering an IPO as the next logical step for a company in this position. The e-commerce mammoth will be looking at launching an IPO within the next few years - although this could be moved forward quite briskly if the circumstances are favorable.
The biggest fear for Alibaba is that there is a nuclear war and the internet is cut off all over the world. Their second biggest fear is that they end up like a certain social media site who got a little too greedy.
If the IPO is too high, it will be boom and bust and before you know it shares will have dropped tremendously.
Qihoo CEO Zhou Hongyi has his sights set on the world lying the other side of the Chinese border. In tech talk that literally means the whole planet and then some. Despite these adventurous ideas, there is no certainty the company can survive and thrive in the international market.
Google has been going from strength to strength over the last decade while Baidu may have already reached its peak. These two companies are at the same place in their respective countries but not heading in the same directions.