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Facebook investor Mail.ru announces IPO pricing

Russia-based Mail.ru, also an investor in social-gaming company Zynga, seeks a $23.70- to $27.70-per-share price on the London Stock Exchange.

By October 25, 2010

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Russia-based Facebook investor changes name

Digital Sky Technologies, known for its investments in Facebook and acquisition of AOL's ICQ, changes it name to Mail.ru Group.

By September 16, 2010

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Lamborghini unveils $2,296 Android tablet, gold-plated phone

If you want gadgets with supercar styling, you're going to have to pay supercar prices.

By June 11, 2012

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Video app Magisto wants you to skateboard with dinosaurs

The editing tool partners with the Discovery Communications' Digital Networks to incorporate its footage into home movies.

By May 22, 2014

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Facebook's Russian investor gets $388 million infusion

A South African media group is taking nearly a 30 percent stake in Digital Sky Technologies, which has massively invested in Net companies such as Facebook.

By July 14, 2010

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Yahoo, ICQ chats still vulnerable to government snoops

Spy agencies and hackers at your local Starbucks can vacuum up Yahoo and ICQ chats and metadata about AOL's AIM users. These services are over a decade old -- why are they not fully encrypted?

By February 28, 2014

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Groupon in deal talks with Chinese Net giant

Daily deal site is in talks with Tencent to form a partnership to accelerate its effort in the critical Asian arena, say sources with knowledge of the situation.

By January 16, 2011

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Facebook insiders could sell 773 million shares Wednesday

The largest set of employee stock shares since the company's IPO can be sold this week as another stock "lockup" expiration date passes.

By November 12, 2012

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Lamborghini unveils £1,480 Android tablet, gold-plated phone

Trimmed in gold and crocodile skin, the new line of Lamborghini Android phones isn't exactly understated -- and neither are the prices.

By June 11, 2012

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Facebook's Russian uber-investor explains strategy

Known for pumping huge amounts of money into companies on the verge of going public, investor Yuri Milner talks at the Web 2.0 Summit conference about why he doesn't take seats on boards of directors.

By November 16, 2010