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CNET Networks (Nsdq: CNET) has made another acquisition: it has bought IT news and information company TechTracker and its family of Website…

CNET Networks (Nsdq: CNET) has made another acquisition: it has bought IT news and information company TechTracker and its family of Websites, including VersionTracker, MacFixIt and iPhone Atlas, reports Macworld. The terms were not disclosed. The Portland, OR-based company was started 10 years ago with VersionTracker site, and the founder writes about the sale on his blog here: “It gives VersionTracker–and our sister sites, iPhone Atlas and MacFixIt–more resources to grow and gives us higher visibility than I could have ever imagined for our humble site. It also gives CNET a stronger presence in the Mac market than ever before.”.

By Rafat Ali

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  1. wow, those M&A;guys there are ballers.

    cnet needed a big deal, and this is it.

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