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Booting Up: Mark Zuckerberg Shows Off His Pride, CityGrid Lays Off 130

Mark Zuckerberg at SF Pride. (Photo: Twitter/@m7z)

Mark Zuckerberg at SF Pride. (Photo: Twitter/@m7z)

Apple’s iWatch is coming: The company has applied to trademark the device in Japan. [Reuters]

IAC’s beleaguered CityGrid Media unit, which contains Urbanspoon and CitySearch, is laying off 130 people–or about two-thirds of its staff. It previously went under another round of staffing reductions last October when 15 percent of its workforce was axed. [TechCrunch]

Instagram suffered a widespread spam attack over the weekend. Users reported seeing pictures of a “miracle fruit” in their feed with a link to a phony BBC article about it. Facebook reports that it’s now all under control. [GigaOM]

Groupon wants you to really like them again so they’re introducing a new feature called Reserve, a new daily deal redeemable at high-end restaurants in 10 cities, including New York. [USA Today]

Led by Mark Zuckerberg, around 700 Facebook employees marched in San Francisco’s gay pride parade Sunday. [Wall Street Journal]

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