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  • Facebook closes $21.8-billion deal for WhatsApp

    Facebook Inc. welcomed WhatsApp to its family on Monday as the Silicon Valley social media company closed its $21.8-billion purchase of the popular chat app. First announced in February, the deal set a stunning high-water mark for an acquisition of a...
  • Naver says held back Line IPO to further build business

    SEOUL (Reuters) - Naver Corp held off on an IPO for its Line Corp unit on the belief that the messaging app operator can command a better valuation by further building its revenue and profit, Naver's chief financial officer told Reuters on Tuesday....
  • FEATURE-Movies bust out of screen with panoramic, virtual technology

    By Piya Sinha-Roy and Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES, Sept 23 (Reuters) - A Tyrannosaurus rex lumbers forward, belts out a deafening roar, then stomps overhead, and a viewer watching inside a virtual reality headset turns around to see the beast walking away....
  • Movies bust out of screen with panoramic, virtual technology

    Movies bust out of screen with panoramic, virtual technology
    A Tyrannosaurus rex lumbers forward, belts out a deafening roar, then stomps overhead, and a viewer watching inside a virtual reality headset turns around to see the beast walking away. The lifelike run-in with a prehistoric monster comes courtesy of...
  • La fusión Yahoo-AOL podría no generar tantos beneficios

    (Reuters) - Una fusión propuesta entre los pioneros de internet AOL Inc y Yahoo Inc podría crear un jugador más ágil en materia de video por la web pero un crecimiento sólido, la medida del éxito en Silicon Valley, seguiría siendo esquivo. Los inversores...
  • Instagram reportedly blocked in China amid Hong Kong protests

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service owned by Facebook Inc , has been blocked in China, according to numerous reports, including from Hong Kong-based reporters with the New York Times. The company did not immediately...
  • Women lag in venture capital even as they make strides as entrepreneurs

    Women lag in venture capital even as they make strides as entrepreneurs
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Women venture-capital partners are becoming scarcer even as more women entrepreneurs are winning venture cash, according to a report from Babson College. The report, "Women Entrepreneurs 2014: Bridging the Gap in Venture...
  • Facebook to introduce new advertising platform: WSJ

    Facebook to introduce new advertising platform: WSJ
    Facebook Inc is set to unveil a new advertising platform to improve effectiveness of online ads, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday citing people with knowledge of the matter. The product is a redesigned version of Atlas Advertiser Suite, an ad...
  • Alibaba options active in U.S. trading debut

    Alibaba options active in U.S. trading debut
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chinese e-commerce heavyweight Alibaba Group's options were among the most active on Monday, their first day of trading, with an even mix of bullish and bearish bets. The mix implies equal numbers of bets on the Alibaba stock...
  • Yahoo-AOL merger proposal: recipe for revival, or stagnation?

    Yahoo-AOL merger proposal: recipe for revival, or stagnation?
    A proposed merger of Internet pioneers AOL Inc and Yahoo Inc could create a nimbler player in Web video, but strong growth, the measure of success in Silicon Valley, would remain elusive. Investors are revisiting one of the most speculated Internet...
  • China censors try to blunt Hong Kong protests, don't always succeed

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese censors and opponents of the protests sweeping Hong Kong are engaging in a cat-and-mouse game with demonstrators and commentators in a bid to stop news of the unrest spreading online and, in particular, reaching the mainland....