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New York City-based Seamless and Chicago-based GrubHub have agreed to merge their privately held online food delivery businesses, the companies announced today. As part of its efforts to strengthen its software capabilities Samsung Electronics Co. said Monday it will be hosting a global competition to lure developers to create apps for its Galaxy smartphones. Does the world really need another subscription commerce business? AOL is weighing that very question. The Lenovo Horizon "tabletop" PC transforms your coffee table into a game center. But is it worth $1,700? "We’re not turning purple," says Tumblr founder David Karp, who then drops an f-bomb. Sprint's bid for Clearwire faces stiff opposition from key minority shareholders. Either way, Sprint finds itself the subject of competing bids from SoftBank and Dish Network. You can count on it — when a deal works out spectacularly everyone involved will take credit for it. Pinterest brings information from the rest of the web deeper into its site, like any good emerging social platform. Sure, Tumblr could be a GeoCities for Yahoo. What if it's a YouTube? Here's what the video site's financials looked like when Google bought it. I don’t think you’d be sitting here interviewing me if it weren’t for Netflix. In its third season, Breaking Bad got this amazing nitrous-oxide boost of energy and general public awareness because of Netflix.