Facebook is eager to push out a Chinese version of its site soon, which is likely to be integrated with its larger social graph, but gated by warning messages about Chinese government monitors and censors.
Let the controversy begin.
Facebook has acquired Daytum, the two-man start-up announced today on its blog. Daytum co-founder Nicholas Felton famously creates beautiful infographics about his annual personal behavior; Daytum was a mobile app to help other people track and organize the everyday data of their lives.
Google has acquired TalkBin, a customer feedback system for local businesses, as was first reported by TechCrunch. The five-month-old company was only founded as part of Y Combinator’s winter batch, so this is a ridiculously early exit.