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Mobile Minutes: Twitter, World Cup, bitcoin, Tencent, Google India

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Twitter acquires AdTech's TapCommerce, rolls out app ads
Twitter had multiple mobile ad announcements on Monday, including its acquisition of TapCommerce, a New York advertising technology firm. The social media company is also introducing ads for mobile app installations. 
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World Cup breaks Super Bowl record on Twitter

Almost 389,000 tweets were generated in the minute after Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara’s penalty shot hit the right post in Saturday’s penalty shootout.
Click here to read more on Boston Globe

Bitcoin to get more attention from U.S. Consumer Bureau
Bitcoin and other digital currencies will get more attention from the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after prodding from a congressional watchdog.
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Tencent to buy nearly 20pc stake in 58.com
Chinese Internet giant Tencent said it has agreed to buy roughly 20 percent of 58.com, the local equivalent of Craigslist, for $736 million.
Click here to read more on Wall Street Journal

Google's mobile project in India aims to solve the China problem
Sundar Pichai kicked off Google’s rapid-fire announcements at its annual conference yesterday with one that hits close to home. The Android chief, a native of India, lamented the slow adoption of smartphones there and said Google would embark on an initiative to help the country along.
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