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The real reason that Google Reader was given the axe.
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Blackstone Group and a partner have agreed to acquire Brazilian developer Alphaville Urbanismo for about $1 billion.
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Russian president Vladimir Putin and his wife of 30 years have called it kaput-in. (Sorry.)
Photo: Visitors try the iPhone at an Apple Store in Beijing March 28, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon