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TC Roundup: Twitter acquires mobile ad retargetting startup TapCommerce

Twitter confirms acquisition of mobile ad retargetting startup TapCommerce: Twitter just announced that it's acquiring mobile ad startup TapCommerce. Re/code's Ina Fried broke the news about the acquisition earlier this afternoon, reporting that the deal price was $100 million. (Twitter declined to provide a price). (TechCrunch)

With FbStart, Facebook hands out goodies to mobile app makers: Have an app and want up to $40,000 in free products and services? Chances are Facebook Inc. will give it to you. The social networking— and increasingly advertising— giant said it has accepted hundreds of small companies, more than half from outside the U.S., to a new program it hopes will help spawn the next Candy Crush. (The Wall Street Journal)

YouTube's product and engineering chief of staff departs in executive shuffle: YouTube's product and engineering chief of staff is leaving the online video site to join Google's search team. (Re/code)

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