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A week in tech, April 4-10

A roundup of all the latest tech news.
Japan

Internet
ò Yahoo Japan said it will increase its stake in Yume No Machi Souzou Iinkai, an operator of internet sites for door-to-door food delivery and other services, to 41.8 percent as a result of a successful tender offer. The company said it will spend 1.2 million yen $10,000 to acquire 3,200 shares out of 4,487 shares tendered. The two companies plan to jointly develop Internet sites. Yahoo said it has no plans to increase its stake in Yume. Yume is listed on the Osaka Securities Exchange's Hercules market for startup firms.

ò Cyber University, JapanÆs first university that provides courses via the Internet, opened with an entrance ceremony in Fukuoka -...
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