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Together, #IBM and Red Hat will deliver the next-generation hybrid multi-cloud platform. #RedHat #TechNews #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #Acquisition

Together, #IBM and Red Hat will deliver the next-generation hybrid multi-cloud platform. #RedHat #TechNews #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #Acquisition

Together, #IBM and Red Hat will deliver the next-generation hybrid multi-cloud platform. #RedHat #TechNews #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #Acquisition

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#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

#TechNews: Amazon may do a Jabong to counter Flipkart's Myntra! Amazon is in preliminary talks to buy Jabong, as part of it's plan to bolster its presence selling fashion products. A big chunk of the $2 billion that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has promised to invest in India is said to be meant for acquisitions.

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... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

... Google is buying a seemingly crazy collection of companies ... Take a look at a list of Google’s 144 latest acquisitions and you’ll notice most seem to have little in common. That has a number of technology experts wondering just what the company is up to. This week Google bought SlickLogin, an Israeli startup that uses high-frequency sound waves as the basis of a smart-ID login system. A few weeks ago Google bought Nest, a company that develops thermostats and smoke alarms that are connected to the internet. In December its target was a slew of robotics companies, leading many to jovially question whether or not the company plans to develop an army of robots. Last May, Google purchased a firm called Makani Power that develops airborne wind turbines. In September it acquired a health care company called Calico, which is researching ways to defy aging. The eclectic list goes on. Google has been acquiring companies since 2001, at some points buying one per week. Google has always been much more than a search engine. It’s an advertising company first and foremost - this is where most of its earnings come from. But Google's recent purchases demonstrate the ad-and-search empire may be evolving in a very different direction.

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:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

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