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eBay is on fire

Today I heard two impressive news on eBay.

One news is that eBay is buying Skype for $2.6 billion. The next is eBay plans to acquire Shopping.com in a $620 million cash transaction.

Buying Skype would be great communication tool for the buyers and sellers at eBay. But according to an older news, Google and Yahoo were in the battle for buying Skype (which did not come true).
Now eBay will have to take part in the competition with Google (VoIP-bound Google Talk), AOL (VoIP-bound AIM), and Yahoo (VoIP-bound Dialpad integration).

According to these news, is eBay moving to a competition with other internet gients.

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