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Recent news and events reported here may be of interest to Angelic Investors or entrepreneurs interested in staying informed about the latest developments in many sectors of interest. Angelic Investor is not a primary news source and relies exclusively on secondary reports through published media sources to avoid any possibility of conflict with an NDA or venture intended to remain dark, outside the public eye until a later date. Put simply, we report what is already known to the public and has value to our community rather than reporting all that we know but may not be at liberty to divulge.

Twitter

Success Of Recent Twitter IPO Sparks Investor Interest in Social Startups According To Bloomberg

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The recent success the Twitter IPO is sparking serious investor interest in social start-ups according to Bloomberg. “Twitter’s numbers were a validation of what we were doing” said a representative of DataSift Inc., one of the many social platforms now seeking funding. “I could always tell when there was a big bit of Twitter news in the market because we’d have a few VCs calling us.”

Datawind

Datawind Brings $38 UbiSlate Tablet To US Market

The Chicago Tribune is reporting that London-based Datawind will soon begin selling the UbiSlate tablet computer in the U.S. at a market-shaking $38 price point. UbiSlate 7Ci is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen, runs Google’s Android 4.0 and features a 1-gigahertz single-core processor. It also features a standard 4 gigabytes of storage with microSD card slots for storage expansion.

Microsoft

New Microsoft CEO Will Be Announced Q1 2014

The Microsoft board has publicly stated that there will be a new Microsoft CEO announced during the first quarter of 2014. The ongoing vetting process to replace outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer has already lead the company to pare down it’s list of more than 100 potential executive candidates, for what will become the third CEO in Microsoft history following Ballmer and Bill Gates.

Google

Google Says 30 Percent Of The Entire Internet Is Duplicate Content

Google announced it’s belief that more than 30 percent of the entire internet is comprised of completely duplicated content. Much of the content has been spun, morphed or otherwise modified by computer scripts capable of doing everything from simple word-substitution to complicated algorithmic changes to entire documents that go unnoticed by the untrained eye but may lead to search engine optimization penalties for low quality content that fails to be informative or original.