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* Intel grew its revenues nearly $20 billion in two years, with sales in 2011 topping $50 billion for the first time. (All Things D)
* Could Facebook replace YouTube as the new host for music video hub Vevo? CNET reports the two parties are in talks. (CNET)
* Popular file-sharing site Megaupload was shut down after a two-year FBI investigation. (VentureBeat)
* Social network Google+ now has 90 million users, more than double the number CEO Larry Page announced three months ago. (TechCrunch)
* How Reddit went from a second-tier aggregator to a Web giant. (Slate)
* Jesse Draper, host of the online interview series "The Valley Girl Show," nabbed an interesting interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. (All Things D)
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