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Who Owns What v10.0 - The New Media Landscape

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We've been tracking the shifts in acquisitions by media-tech companies since 2005. This is our latest edition. The size of each bubble corresponds to the number of overall acquisitions and …

We've been tracking the shifts in acquisitions by media-tech companies since 2005. This is our latest edition. The size of each bubble corresponds to the number of overall acquisitions and partnerships (vs the amount spent). Examples are notable deals.

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  • 1. webbmediagroup.com Cue ($50 million) virtual personal assistant PrimeSense ($345 million) semiconductors Topsy ($200 million) analytics Waze ($966 million) crowdsourced GPS navigation Flutter ($40 million) gesture recognition tech Boston Dynamics robotics Nest Labs Inc ($3.2 billion) connected home DeepMind Technologies ($650 million) artificial intelligence Wavii ($30 million) natural language processing Nokia ($7.2 billion) mobile phone unit Yammer ($1.2 billion) social networking Skype ($8.5 billion) telecommunications Xobni ($40 million) CRM Qwiki ($50 million) automated video production Tumblr ($1.1 billion) blogging Summly ($30 million) news summarization Oculus VR ($2 billion) virtual reality tech Instagram ($1 billion) photo sharing WhatsApp ($19 billion) mobile instant messaging Bluefin Labs ($80 million) social analytics TweetDeck ($40 million) desktop client Goodreads social network IMDB movie database Patch.com majority stake transferred to investment company Hale Global Who Owns What 10.0 The New Media Landscape in 2014 Newsweek sold to IBT Media Boston Globe sold at a loss Storyful news aggregation Dow Jones news corporation Myspace sold at a loss Size of bubble corresponds to the number of overall acquisitions and partnerships. Examples are notable deals.