Daily Tidbits: Glam Media acquires AdaptiveAds

The content network buys the display ad-targeting specialist for an undisclosed sum and makes plans to set up shop in Mumbai, India.

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Content network Glam Media announced on Thursday that it has acquired AdaptiveAds, a company specializing in the targeting and optimization of display ads. Glam Media claims that its acquisition of AdaptiveAds will help it solidify its offering in the advertising market. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but Glam did say disclose plans to open an office in Mumbai, India, as part of the acquisition.

PokerVibez, a service that allows users to play poker but get to know each other in the process, has launched in private beta. According to the company, users can sign up for the service, and start posting information about themselves and connecting with others as they play poker with players around the world. PokerVibez requires no cash to play.

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