Links to the latest action:

Our post about the 13-year-old CEO founder and chief executive of Elementeo, Anshul Samar, attracted an impressive number of outside links, briefly crashing VentureBeat’s site. Take a look at the additional video after the jump below to see him articulate his idea on stage under questioning. He says he is from Silicon Valley, and doesn’t want the adults to have all the fun. :)

Electronic Arts, the Redwood City video game publisher said it is investing $167 million in cash to buy a 15 percent stake in The9 Limited, a Chinese video game company — The9 gets exclusive license to publish EA’s “FIFA Online” soccer game in China.

Google, Salesforce reportedly in talks. Merc story here.

Google submits spectrum auction plan to FCC. We’ve written about the new rules being designed to auction of radio spectrum, which could allow more dynamic wireless offerings. Google is now proposing what it calls a “real-time” airwaves auction model,” which would allow a spectrum license holder to auction off unused spectrum to bidders on a wholesale basis. Just like Google’s own online advertising auction.

Meg Whitman said she’ll never leave eBay for another company. See VentureBeat’s coverage of her address at TiECon, if you missed it.


VentureBeat's mission is to be a digital town square for technical decision-makers to gain knowledge about transformative technology and transact. Our site delivers essential information on data technologies and strategies to guide you as you lead your organizations. We invite you to become a member of our community, to access:
  • up-to-date information on the subjects of interest to you
  • our newsletters
  • gated thought-leader content and discounted access to our prized events, such as Transform
  • networking features, and more
Become a member