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* Plants vs Zombies and Bejeweled game maker PopCap is reportedly in final talks to get scooped up by Electronic Arts for $1 billion. According to TechCrunch, the company already pulls in revenues of between $100 million and $150 million (TechCrunch)
* Foursquare will announce its largest partnership to date, a deal with American Express. Cardholders who check-in via the location-based social network will receive discount offers for shops and restaurants. (New York Times)
* Remember Harvard alums Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, aka the Winklevii? After years of litigation, the twins have decided not to appeal to the Supreme Court regarding their $65 million settlement. (Reuters)
* Why everyone is talking about Turntable.fm, the social-focused, Internet radio startup that already has 140,000 users one month after launch. (This is going to be big)
* The rise and inglorious fall of MySpace. (Bloomberg Businessweek)
* Why expectations are "sky-high" for Apple's iCloud service. (The Music Void)
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