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eBay and Sotheby’s partner, will live stream auctions

eBay and Sotheby’s partner, will live stream auctions

Auction house Sotheby's and eBay have struck a partnership that will see the latter service's online platform being used to auction off goods from Sotheby's live, presenting an opportunity for eBay users to score some coveted antique from the comfort of their desk. This is part of eBay's live auctions platform, and though Sotheby's won't be holding its first auction through the service until the first of April, it is presently up for users to check out and to slip in an advanced bid or two.

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iPod Classic selling online secondhand for up to $1,000

iPod Classic selling online secondhand for up to $1,000

This was the year that Apple finally discontinued the iPod Classic, its traditional mp3 player that featured the iconic click-wheel we were all familiar with before touchscreens. It looks like some people are desperate enough to get one to spend over double the $249 selling price they were available at before September. Did these people forget that the Classic was available for four years in its last form, having not been updated since late 2010?

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Nordstrom to debut ‘smart mirrors’ in eBay-designed fitting rooms

Nordstrom to debut ‘smart mirrors’ in eBay-designed fitting rooms

Like the convenience of browsing different colors and styles while clothes shopping online, but still prefer to physically try things on before buying? Two Nordstrom locations are about to give you the perfect combination in their dressing rooms, thanks to "smart mirrors" designed by eBay.

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iPhone 6 “prototype” reappears as “unfinished” model, now sold

iPhone 6 “prototype” reappears as “unfinished” model, now sold

Talk about strange. An iPhone 6 that was once billed as a prototype has reappeared on eBay and, unlike that attempt, this one actually got sold. What was different this time, you may ask. Simply the fact that the owner this time around called the device an "unfinished" model of an iPhone 6 rather than a scary sounding prototype that was leaked out. Perhaps that subtle change was what turned it into a success. Or perhaps it was the claim that Apple was the one that verified it.

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1977 Lotus Esprit James Bond submarine car hits eBay

1977 Lotus Esprit James Bond submarine car hits eBay

If you're a James Bond fan and have a spare $1,000,000 laying around, there's a new eBay auction right up your alley. The 1977 Lotus Espirit submarine car from the James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me has been listed on the auction website for a solid seven figures, with the owner boasting that it is only one of three Lotus submarine cars remaining. The car is an original movie prop that has been completely restored.

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iPhone 6 prototype eBay auction ends with no buyer

iPhone 6 prototype eBay auction ends with no buyer

That odd eBay auction, which was offering up an iPhone 6 prototype (allegedly), has ended. We know, you’re looking for sensational talk on how much some sucker ended up paying for it, but nobody did. Without any notice, the item is “no longer available”, leading us to think something is amiss.

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Why you might not want that iPhone 6 prototype on eBay

Why you might not want that iPhone 6 prototype on eBay

The Apple iPhone 6 is out, but hard to get hold of. If you’ve got $100,000 to spare, and don’t want a phone that works like a smartphone should, we’ve got an iPhone you might want to check out. An eBay listing, said to be for an iPhone 6 prototype, is cresting the six-figure mark.

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Alleged iPhone 6 prototype listed on eBay

Alleged iPhone 6 prototype listed on eBay

An auction listing has appeared on eBay with the seller offering what they claim is a prototype model of Apple's iPhone 6. A handful of pictures are included showing the device running Apple's own diagnostic mode and test apps, and it's notably missing any FCC markings or other text on the back, other than the "iPhone" logo.

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PayPal is getting its own turn, spinning off from eBay

PayPal is getting its own turn, spinning off from eBay

Although rumored to still take place next year, eBay has now made the expected announcement. The online retailer will be spinning off PayPal into its own independent company. This is being poised as a strategy to keep the two brands separate and more lucrative in 2015, when its board predict that the association between the two would start to become a liability rather than a benefit.

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eBay scam listings redirect users to phishing websites

eBay scam listings redirect users to phishing websites

Scam listings on eBay have been spotted in recent times, redirecting users to a phishing website in an attempt to get their login credentials. A user would click on a link, only to be taken to a website that looked identical to eBay -- unfortunately, more than one listing was discovered.

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Report: eBay wants to spin PayPal into standalone business

Report: eBay wants to spin PayPal into standalone business

PayPal is a strong player in the world of mobile payment solutions, and leans heavily on eBay for leverage in that realm. That’s because eBay owns PayPal, and uses them as an in-house payment processor. A new report suggests that the online marketplace may be looking to spin PayPal off as its own unit, likely making it more nimble in the process.

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eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

eBay tipped to be considering Bitcoin adoption

It seems that cryptocurrency will really be here to stay, especially if retail giants start taking it seriously. According to insider sources, eBay is in talks with various Bitcoin exchanges, seeking to integrate this new kind of currency into its existing Braintree payment system, opening the doors to paying for popular services like Uber using intangible money.

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