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  • Credit score provider @creditkarma raises $75M from Google Capital, Susquehanna Growth Equity, & Tiger Global Management; raised $193.5M to date; the co, which offers free credit reports to about 32M users, now has a $1B+ valuation - Link
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  • @Twitter releases the schedule for Flight, its 1st mobile dev conference on Oct. 22; the event, which kicks off w/ a keynote by @dickc & concludes w/ a 'Meet & mingle,' will feature 5 sessions, incl 'Build better apps with Crashlytics,' 'Monetize your apps with MoPub,' & more - Link
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  • @Google partners w/ @Adobe to bring Creative Cloud onto Chromebooks; the program, which will 1st be available to U.S. Adobe education customers that have a Creative Cloud membership, will feature a streaming version of Photoshop that runs directly from the cloud to the Chromebook - Link
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  • Apple is in late-stage testing of Retina iMacs, @9to5mac reports; a 5K display could launch alongside OS X Yosemite on Oct 21, acc to sources; Apple is reportedly updating iMovie & Final Cut Pro w/ 4K support - Link

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  • The European Union is investigating Apple over illegal tax deals w/ the Irish government; it will soon release a report outlining how it believes Apple sought illegal tax agreements w/ Irish authorities; Apple will have 30 days to respond, at which time the E.U. could seek 10 yrs worth of back taxes; Apple maintains it did nothing wrong & has paid all owed taxes - Link
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