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Instagram is worth $35 billion, according to Citigroup

When Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012, the price tag came as a shock to many

A little more than two years later, Citigroup said Instagram is worth $35 billion, a number that the bank called “conservative” in a research note on Facebook issued Friday… 68 more words

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Instagram is worth $35 billion, according to Citigroup

When Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012, the price tag came as a shock to many

A little more than two years later, Citigroup said Instagram is worth $35 billion, a number that the bank called “conservative” in a research note on Facebook issued Friday… 67 more words

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BlackBerry misses on revenue in Q3, but still shows signs of turnaround

BlackBerry’s revenue for the third quarter came in below analyst estimates, but even so, it continued to show signs of turning around the business

The phone maker reported revenue of $793 million in the three-month period ending Nov. 102 more words

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20 parents having a little too much fun with Elf on the Shelf

With less than two weeks until Christmas, most of us are scrambling to finish shopping for loved ones. The holidays are a particularly magical time for young children, and it takes a hundred elves’ worth of energy and cheer to make it so. 104 more words

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BlackBerry misses on revenue in Q3, but still shows signs of turnaround

BlackBerry’s revenue for the third quarter came in below analyst estimates, but even so, it continued to show signs of turning around the business

The phone maker reported revenue of $793 million in the three-month period ending Nov. 101 more words

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20 parents having a little too much fun with Elf on the Shelf

With less than two weeks until Christmas, most of us are scrambling to finish shopping for loved ones. The holidays are a particularly magical time for young children, and it takes a hundred elves’ worth of energy and cheer to make it so. 103 more words

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Seeing 'The Hobbit' at 48 frames per second has improved a lot over 3 films

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LOS ANGELES — The first time Peter Jackson presented footage from The Hobbit at 48 frames per second, most hissed that they hatesss it. 125 more words

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