May 28, 2012

Facebook rumored to buy facial recognition tech startup Face.com for up to $100 million
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Ready for another post-IPO Facebook acquisition rumor?

Israeli business publication Calcalist reports (in Hebrew) that the social networking giant is eyeing a purchase of face recognition technology company Face.com.

Newsgeek reports that the deal size could be between $80 million and $100 million.

This is pure speculation at this point, and we currently don’t have any sources backing up the story, but it’s an acquisition that would make a ton of sense.

In fact, Face.com has long been rumored to be an acquisition target for Facebook, even way before there was talk about the social networking company going public.
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