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* In light of Instagram's $1 billion buyout by Facebook, a look at 30 of the most notable tech acquisitions from the last decade. (Wired)
* Meet Wavii, a Seattle-based startup that uses your Facebook "likes" and a semantics engine to crawl news stories to show a highly-customized Facebook-like news feed covering any topic. "It's about feed items for everything on the planet," says founder Adrian Aoun. To give the desktop and mobile experience a spin, check it out here.
* Gartner Research predicts tablet sales will jump 98% this year to nearly 119 million units sold, with Apple's iPad continuing to dominate. (Fortune)
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