Google Continues Buying Spree, Purchases SayNow

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Another day, another story about Google buying a small start-up. This time, it’s SayNow, a five-year-old company that offers online voice calling that can be integrated into social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as mobile devices using iOS or Android.

As with yesterday’s purchase of fflick, it’s unknown whether Google plans to incorporate SayNow technology into its own Google Voice service or keep the companies separate; SayNow’s official statement merely offers the generic sentiment that the company has “no specific product plans to announce at this time, but we’ll have more to say about our roadmap as we integrate with Google, so stay tuned. We couldn’t be more excited about what is yet to come.”

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