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Google's growth-equity firm invests $50 million in the online real estate marketplace on a valuation of $1.2 billion.
Going fast in a four-door with BMW's M6 Gran Coupe, and how to make your old car look like new. Plus, five once exotic performance technologies you can have today.
The San Francisco-headquartered company acknowledges that it got a big revenue boost this quarter thanks to its acquisition of ExactTarget.
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Microsoft has completed its Hotmail.com to Outlook.com migration and now is claiming 400 million active Outlook.com Web mail accounts.
In the suit against Snapchat, lawyers fear an oversharing Brown will expose unflattering secrets about the company.
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More than 1 million people sign up right off the bat for the new Outlook.com, Hotmail's successor and Microsoft's bid to keep users from jumping ship to Gmail and other rivals.
The online-retail giant has invited press to a gathering, though it hasn't said what's on tap. Signs point toward Kindle updates, including a zippier, higher-resolution Kindle Fire. CNET will be there to bring you the news live.
E-commerce site Fab.com claims it's the fastest growing site on the planet. Now can we please have some more details?