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Yahoo’s Shopping Spree Is Slowing Down, It Used A Net $22M For Acquisitions In Q1view story

http://techcrunch.com –  Yahoo's spending spree on acquisitions looks like it may finally have slowed down, at least in terms of value if not numbers. Yahoo noted in its Q1 2014 earnings today that it used a net $22 million for acquisitions in the three months that ended March 31, covering eight companies. (IT news)

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State Your Sexual Intentions With HeavenlySinful Dating Appview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Twin brothers, Henry and Harry, both have Tinder. Henry downloaded the app to find the future Mrs. Henry, while Harry is just looking for a one-night stand. But as a girl swiping through Tinder, you'd have no way of knowing the difference between the two guys' intentions. That's what HeavenlySinful is for. Read More (IT news)

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Native Advertising Startup Adyoulike Acquires Content Amp For $2.5Mview story

http://techcrunch.com –  French native advertising company Adyoulike acquired Content Amp. According to Rude Baguette, the British company was acquired for $2.5 million. Adyoulike appears to be at the same time an advertising technology company and a more traditional advertising network for native content. (IT news)

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Samsung opening “Experience” stores in U.K.view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung has started opening dedicated retail space today in locations throughout the U.K. Similar to Apple stores, the locations give consumers the ability to get some hands on time with a wide variety of Samsung devices. (IT news)

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Samsung And Amazon Team Up For Custom Galaxy Kindle E-Book Appview story

http://techcrunch.com –  So much for trashing the Kindle. Today Samsung is announcing a new app, Kindle for Samsung, created in partnership with Amazon, that will let Galaxy device users using Android 4.0 and up, starting with the Galaxy S5, to buy and read content from Amazon's catalog of magazines, newspapers and books. The app will going live across 90 countries this month. Read More (IT news)

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Telefonica, Blackstone Launch Axonix, A Mobile Ad Exchange Built On Defunct MobClix Techview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Telefonica, the Spanish carrier with operations 24 countries and 323 million customers, is making its latest bid to expand its business beyond basic mobile and telephone services, by moving into ad tech. (IT news)

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Oculus Rift Shares Developer Hardware Sales Dataview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Were you to judge success by the response of “The Internet” when Facebook acquired nascent virtual reality hardware company Oculus Rift, developers didn’t like the deal. But were you to judge success by its actual sales, it may be a different story. (IT news)

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5 Programs/Features Embedded in Emacsview story

http://www.tuxarena.com – Besides from being a powerful development environment, Emacs is cataloged by some as an entire operating system, since it provides many more features. (IT news)

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Hands-On Video Of Carousel, Dropbox’s Replacement For Your Camera Rollview story

http://techcrunch.com –  We take more photos than we know what to do with, and that crummy camera roll that came with your phone can’t handle them. That’s why Dropbox built Carousel for iOS and Android — to make managing your photos simple, just like it did with file storage. (IT news)

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NVIDIA 331.67 Stable Linux Driver Officially Releasedview story

http://news.softpedia.com – NVIDIA has just announced that a new stable version of its driver for the Linux platform, 331.67, has been released and is now available for download. This latest driver update arrives only a day after the previous Beta release, which caused quite a stir because it featured the option to overclock the video card. (IT news)

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Google Launches Home Try-On Program For Glassview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Interested in owning Google Glass, but not sure how it will look on your face? Google now has an in-home try-on program that lets prospective buyers try all four colors of Glass and the entire Titanium Collection in different colors, for free. Read More (IT news)

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Matias Duarte thinks ‘mobile as a concept is actually dead’view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Don’t panic, Google isn’t about to drop support for mobile devices anytime soon. (IT news)