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It's not just Google that's been thinking about easing the awkwardness of social interactions with your work, social, and other contacts online. Start-up Katango promises to automatically detect natural groupings of people on networks like Facebook.
Social technologies are the focus of sFund, a new $250 million fund for backing social-media start-ups and applications.
With rumors that Google is mulling a deal for Groupon, what other companies might it be evaluating over the next few months?
Bing Gordon, who is in charge of Kleiner Perkins' new social-media investments fund, tells CNET where he sees new opportunities when it sometimes seems like Facebook's already won.