It can be tough to keep up with all the startup news released every week. But you're in luck \u2014 Inc42 takes care of that for you, serving you with the hottest news updates about acquisitions, fundings and a lot more for the coming weekend.\r\nScroll down and Enjoy!\r\n\r\n1. Google and Facebook on warpath over buying Waze\r\n\r\nIn our earlier edition of Weekly Roundup, we had mentioned about Facebook\u2019s keenness in buying out Waze. But, it seems that Google has gone overboard since last week to takeover Waze. According to reports, Google will outbid Facebook\u2019s $1bn offer.\r\nWaze is a location-based application that uses satellite signals from its member\u2019s smartphones to generate maps and traffic data, which then offers real time traffic info when shared with other members.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nJustDial Ltd, which runs the India-specific local business listings site Justdial.com, has fixed Rs 530 as the issue price in its recently completed initial public offering (IPO). The issue received an enthusiastic response and was oversubscribed over 10 times. Although subscriptions were initially led by institutional and retail investors, high networth individuals (HNIs) and corporates also emerged as some of the largest buyers. At the issue price, the company would command a market valuation of Rs 3,703 crore ($655 million).\r\n\r\n3. 10 Indian Startups among the Top 100 startups globally selected for Startup Chile Program 2013\r\n\r\nStartup Chile has announced the list of Top 100 startups selected for their program to take these startups Global. Startups from more than 28 countries applied in this accelerator program, out of which 10% are the Indian start-ups to have qualified.\r\nStartup Chile is an accelerator program run by Chilean government that seeks to attract early stage, high-potential entrepreneurs to bootstrap their startups.\r\nThese startups are BitRockr, FITH Media Pvt Ltd, MicroSolar, MotorPaneer, Project e[x], Table Grabber, Plasticity Recycling, RxAnalytics, Sentropi.\r\n\r\n4. ShoppingWish.in gets Angel Funding\r\n\r\n\r\nConsumer electronics price comparison website, Shoppingwish.in has raised angel round from Sandeep Johri and 4 other angels from Silicon Valley and New York. The amount and identity of other angels remains undisclosed by the company.\r\nShoppingwish.in compares prices for products like cameras, mobiles, computers, personal care products, books etc. and offers deals to lure customers.\r\n\r\n5. Snapdeal acquires Shopo.in, A Handicraft Online Market Place\r\n\r\nNew Delhi-based Snapdeal.com, India\u2019s largest shopping website, has acquired the assets of Shopo.in, an online marketplace for Indian designer and handcrafted products not unlike Etsy.\r\nIn the past two years, Shopo.in is said to have built a wide assortment of handcrafted products across a bunch of categories such as apparel, accessories, home d\u00e9cor and others.\r\nSnapdeal hopes to provide Shopo.in\u2019s products at great prices to Snapdeal\u2019s 20 million members, and wishes warmly welcome Shopo\u2019s sellers to leverage Snapdeal\u2019s nationwide reach.\r\n\r\n6. Getit gets approval to receive INR 216 crore foreign investment\r\n\r\nIn order to carry out its specialty publishing business, Noida based GETIT, the provider of local search and free classifieds in India has got an approval from Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to receive INR 216 crore foreign investment.\r\nGetit is a local business search portal in India and its other networks include Freeads, the local classified media, Getit Malls, the online mall directory, Tradeget, the online B2B marketplace and Hot Deals, the daily deals information provider.\r\n\r\n7. Myntra raised USD 25mn round from Tiger Global and Accel Partners\r\n\r\nOnline fashion and lifestyle retailer Myntra has raised additional $25 million between Q3- Q4 of 2012 from its existing investors Tiger global and Accel partners as confirmed by the company. The funds are being utilized primarily for improving technology and enhancing customer experience.\r\nMyntra.com, launched in 2007, has raised around $65 million through venture capital route for expansion purposes till date. Myntra seems to be moving ahead with aggressive plans of expansion as the company is targeting to double the turnover from INR 400 crore in 2012-13 to INR 800 crore in 2013-14.\r\n\r\n8. Firstpost acquires Fakingnews\r\n\r\nFirstPost.com, a Network18\u2019s online news platform has announced its acquisition of FakingNews, an Indian satire & humor news website with undisclosed amount.\r\nFounded in 2008 by Rahul Roushan as a news-satire blog in India, Faking News is one\u00a0 its kind content portal. It provides fake news reports and tries to be sarcastic about various elements of Indian social life and news media.\r\nFaking News Founder believes, \u201cNews satire requires a reference point of real news, and with Firstpost, Faking News could afford to continue its focus on \u201cnews satire\u201d and get the right environment to grow in the digital space.\u201d\r\n\r\n9. Edukart raises USD 500K in Seed Funding\r\n\r\nDelhi based e-learning startup, Edukart has raised USD 500K in seed funding from institutional and angel investors. The group includes Kima Ventures, Amit Patni and Arihant Patni, AKM Systems (Shiven Malhotra), Vibhor Mehra (ex-partner of SAIF Partners) and alumni from Stanford University.\r\nThe fresh cash will be deployed to accelerate EduKart\u2019s growth, launch new courses in partnership with both Indian and international institutions, and strengthen its franchisee network.\r\n\r\n10. Wipro invests $5 Million in M2M Platform Provider Axeda\r\n\r\nWipro Ltd and Axeda Corporation have jointly announced that Wipro has made an $5-million investment in Axeda.\r\nAxeda is a provider of cloud-based service and software for managing connected products and delivering machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. Wipro is an Axeda Platinum Partner and with this this investment, the two companies will accelerate services and end-to-end solutions designed to help organizations connect with any asset, leverage real-time machine data to enhance business processes, and develop new enterprise applications.\r\n\r\nHope you enjoyed this edition of \u2018Week in Review\u2013 Top 10 updates from the Startup-verse\u2019. See you until the next weekend!