Today's theme is movers and shakers. How about some straight-up tech news for once? There's a lot of interesting maneuvering going on right now, and since RWW doesn't tend to report on rumors, this seems like a good opportunity to round up some of the stories we're watching with interest.
For all we know, these could be major headlines tomorrow.
Pocket-lint has a "man in the know" who thinks that Facebook might be poised to buy Opera Software, which makes the speedy Opera mobile browser.
Robin Wauters at The Next Web connects a few more dots on that story.
Maybe it wasn't such a great idea for Facebook insiders to dump so much stock immediately after the IPO.
Chris Ziegler has a great scoop on The Verge: HP's Enyo team, the core of what's left of WebOS, is going to Google.
On the television front, NBCU is reportedly thinking about buying back MSNBC.com, which it sold to Comcast last year.
Groupon is testing a payment system to compete with Square and PayPal, according to Rocky Agrawal at VentureBeat.
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