Facebook’s first Internet.com acquisition of $10 billion in equity has raised some eyebrows, and is a major step toward the social media company’s ambitions for its own online-to-offline (OTT) service.

But the deal also shows how quickly technology companies are moving into the digital world, and what kind of business opportunities they can create for companies like Facebook and Google, both of which are spending billions on Internet.org.

The deal is worth $10.8 billion, according to a report from CB Insights, and the deal is expected to close by the end of the year.

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But while the news has generated a lot of attention, the deal’s potential impact on technology companies and the broader Internet is far less clear.

This is all happening at a time when tech companies are starting to make a lot more of their money from the Internet than they did in 2009, when the Internet was still in its infancy.

Companies like Twitter, which already make significant investments in social media, have already spent a lot in recent years on Facebook.

And Twitter has already begun experimenting with what it calls “the next billion dollars,” meaning it is building out a new service that it calls the Next Billion Fund.

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is poised to be a major success story for Facebook.

It is an online network of more than 1.4 billion people that it hopes will be used to deliver information, share news, and organize events, but that will be the service that will eventually replace Facebook itself.

While the Internet, as it is now known, is already one of the most popular and accessible ways to get information online, it is going to be hard for Facebook to match that success in terms of revenue and user growth.

The deal with Twitter has been going on for several months, and it has already invested heavily in the social network.

The company recently spent $1.6 billion on new employees and acquisitions.

“It’s the kind of acquisition that would make Facebook look like a unicorn, and Twitter look like an underachiever,” said Adam Ludwin, chief research officer at CB Insight.

At its current valuation, Twitter’s Next Billion fund is worth about $9 billion, which means it is already about a billion dollars ahead of Facebook in terms and revenues of its Internet.

And Twitter’s plan is to build a network of around 10 billion users that will ultimately rival Facebook’s.

Still, the company has not publicly announced how much of its $9.6-billion valuation will come from the deal with Facebook.

That number could go higher, or lower, depending on the terms of the deal.

Meanwhile, Google is also making big bets on the Internet this year.

It recently bought the company called YouTube for $3 billion, and in December it also acquired the company Twitch for $1 billion.

Both Google and YouTube have also invested heavily into social media and have been pushing to become a true online video platform.

YouTube has invested in advertising to get its audience watching videos on YouTube.

It also recently launched its own video-sharing service called YouTube Red.

It is also betting big on the idea of a “platform as a service,” or PaaS.

The idea is that technology companies will build products that will allow people to share videos, music, or videos of other people.

Google and Twitch have also both invested heavily to build their own platforms that will give users more control over their own online lives.

For Google, the acquisition of YouTube Red will make it much easier to monetize its PaaP services.

That could help the company build an ad-supported service that is similar to YouTube’s current offerings.

That is not the case for Twitch.

While YouTube Red and Twitch both have an ad platform, they are separate companies that are completely separate from Google.

That means that, unlike Google, Twitch has to pay YouTube for ad-serving content that it posts to its site.

Although Google is investing heavily in PaaPs, the way that it is doing it could also create a lot less competition for Facebook, which has a dominant position in P2P networks.

If the deal closes this year, the next billion dollar PaaD is expected be between $10 and $20 billion.

If it closes this week, the total is expected, at least, to be $100 billion, depending upon how the deal progresses.

A large part of the reason for the deal seems to be that the tech giants see Facebook as a key component of their efforts to expand their P2O offerings.

For example, Google recently invested heavily on Facebook, and many tech companies have been looking to acquire social media companies in the last year.

The acquisition of Twitch, meanwhile, could help Facebook compete with Netflix for users who want to watch their favorite videos on Facebook instead of YouTube.