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Apple acquires startup company Booklamp

Apple acquires startup company Booklamp | TripleTremelo | Scoop.it
The two most valuable companies in the world Apple and Google have been on an acquisition rampage; in the past few months, the two tech giants have acquired both well established companies and startups with the common aim to reach greater heights. During Apple’s quarterly earnings call, which commenced last Tuesday, the company’s CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple has acquired a total of 5 companies in a time period of 4 months and Beats Audio is not one of them; two of those five companies are: LuxVue and Spotsetter. The most recent addition to the list of companies acquired...
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Yahoo acquires startup company Flurry for $300 million

Yahoo acquires startup company Flurry for $300 million | TripleTremelo | Scoop.it
Yahoo, the advertising company that is just second to Google (albeit trailing by a huge market cap difference), has acquired the San Francisco-based startup company Flurry for a price of $300 million. According to reports, the people who reported the news were asked to keep their identities anonymous as the talks to acquire the startup were not intended to go public just yet. Flurry analyzes the data from users’ smartphone so developers can better understand their audiences. The technology assists brands to start targeting the right kind of eyes on the right devices. Since the usage of smartphones and tablets...
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Japan PM bats for Robot Olympics in 2020

Japan PM bats for Robot Olympics in 2020 | TripleTremelo | Scoop.it
The best athletes from different parts of the world will flock in Tokyo in 2020 to participate in the Olympic Games. However, Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Prime Minister is not happy just to have human athletes as the country’s guests. When touring robotic factories in Saitama and Tokyo, Abe announced that he also wants to see the best robots of the world competing against each other in 2020. According to the Japanese wire service Jiji Press, PM Abe has said that a Robot Olympics will allow people to know how much the global robotic industry has advanced; he also feels...
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