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Facebook acquires stealth startup Osmeta

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Facebook has acquired stealth software startup Osmeta, TechCrunch reports today. The deal was apparently completed last month. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the acquisition, but did not offer any additional information. Osmeta did not share an update on its website. San Francisco-based Osmeta was made up of 19 engineers and led...
Facebook acquires stealth startup Osmeta

6 years since Facebook Platform launch, company looks to provide new app services

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Today marks the six-year anniversary of the Facebook Platform, something that has been defining for Facebook as a company and already influenced a number of industries. Now, Facebook is making its next big moves for the platform by introducing app services — new tools for developers that make it easier...
6 years since Facebook Platform launch, company looks to provide new app services

With Jony Ive working on interface design, Apple hardware and software teams further collaborating

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The Wall Street Journal has profiled some of the work between hardware and software teams within Apple since Jony Ive has taken on software interface responsibilities. According to the profile, Apple’s software design team is being briefed earlier on hardware specifics than ever before. That dynamic is changing, according to the...
With Jony Ive working on interface design, Apple hardware and software teams further collaborating

8 Enterprise Startups Creating A Brand-New, $4 Billion Market (CSCO, VMW)

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A new enterprise technology called software-defined networking is still in its infancy. But it's already created some billion-dollar success stories, capturing the imagination of Silicon Valley's savviest investors and inventors. Consider the $1.26 billion acquisition of Nicira by VMware last summer. Or the $176 million acquisition of Contrail Systems by Juniper...
8 Enterprise Startups Creating A Brand-New, $4 Billion Market (CSCO, VMW)
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