Roche: Illumina Is No Apple — If honey doesn't work, try a well-timed sting. In a bid to woo Illumina's shareholders, Roche Holding reminded investors that Illumina is no Apple. In a letter to Illumina's shareholders, Roche's chief executive, Severin Schwan, said there were few parallels between the iPhone maker and the genetic analysis provider (despite statements from Illumina's board that suggest otherwise).

The New York Times — In a small office in San Francisco, electronic music blared as several programmers loomed over two computers. David Morin, the founder of Path, a social network start-up, gave the signal and the company's site and iPhone application went live. Within three hours of its Nov. 15 introduction, the site had tens of thousands of visitors.

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Unvarnished: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place For Defamation — Imagine every positive and ugly opinion about you- from your mother to that awkward co-worker you rejected at the company Christmas party- centrally located on one online profile. Sound scary? It is. Today, Unvarnished makes its beta debut. It's essentially Yelp for LinkedIn: any user can create an online profile for a professional and submit anonymous reviews.

Yahoo Nears Investment in Snapchat — Internet Portal Part of Fundraising Talks That Value Messaging App at $10 Billion Yahoo Inc. plans to reinvest a small portion of the cash it made from an early bet on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in another fast-growing startup: Snapchat Inc. The Internet portal has committed to an investment in Snapchat at a $10 billion valuation,...

Wilson Sonsini Retools Strategy to Land Internet Start-Ups — Peter DaSilva for The New York Times SAN FRANCISCO - The ground floor of 139 Townsend Street has all the markings of a start-up: exposed lighting, long communal tables and an odd assortment of knickknacks, including a fire-engine-red British telephone booth.

Airbnb In Advanced Talks to Raise Funds at a $10 Billion Valuation — Airbnb Inc., which once sold novelty cereal boxes to stay afloat before emerging as a threat to the hotel industry, is close to becoming one of the world's most valuable startups. The online service that lets people rent their homes to travelers is in advanced talks to raise capital that would value it at about $10 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Apple Officials Said to Consider Stake in Twitter — Apple, which has stumbled in its efforts to get into social media, has talked with Twitter in recent months about making a strategic investment in it, according to people briefed on the matter. While Apple has been hugely successful in selling phones and tablets, it has little traction in social networking, which has become a major engine of activity on the Web and on mobile devices.

Tech Companies Struggle To Get World On Internet — Two thirds of the world's people still lack access to the internet. "The possibility of connecting those four billion people to the rest of the world has led to a big scramble by tech firms and helped fuel sky-high valuations for investors' favorite apps and gadgets," writes Evelyn Rusli for the Wall Street Journal.

Five Apps Bringing the Next Billion People Online — In Indonesia, startup company Ruma is making slow but sure progress in connecting people to the Internet for the first time. But there is a long way to go. Here are some other apps aimed at helping people get more value out of their mobile phones.
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