1. Just Eat Acquires Mexican Online Take-Out Ordering Service SinDelantal.Mx: They say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but in the case of Just Eat’s latest acquisition, that is exactly what has just happened: The online take-out ordering behemoth (and recently publicly listed company) has acquired Mexico’s SinDelantal.Mx to add to its Latin American presence and keep up the pressure on Rocket Internet’s Foodpanda. Read more here.

2. 500 Startups Is Raising A $10M Fund In Thailand To Increase Its Focus On Asia: 500 Startups, the U.S. startup investor/accelerator with a reputation for backing startups across the world, is deepening its efforts in Asia with a new $10 million micro-fund for Thailand. The organization launched a $10 million fund for Asia — ‘500 Durians’ — in 2013, but this new one — ‘500 TukTuks’, named after the iconic taxis pictured above — is dedicated to Thailand, a country where there are few VC firms. Read more here.

3. Google is shutting down live lesson marketplace Helpouts in April: After more than a year in existence, Google Helpouts, Google’s video lesson platform that connected users with experts in a variety of fields, will shut down on April 20th. In an official announcement on Google+, the company stated that the service hadn’t “grown at the pace we had expected” so it’s time to say a sad so long to the application and the community. Read more here.

4. Facebook’s new ads want us to believe it’s the only thing connecting us to the world: Facebook has long been touting its power to connect old friends and long-lost acquaintances, but its new ad campaign takes that one step further. The company’s recently released ad series reminds us that Facebook is worldwide, and as such, it can connect people around the world. Read more here.

5. 10 years later, YouTube is still pure internet: YouTube is the internet in its purest form. For better or worse, this is the audio-visual mirror of humanity’s digital experience. Read more here.

6. Apple is working on an electric car, Wall Street Journal reports: The rumors have been getting stronger all week, and now they’ve come to a head: WSJ is reporting that Apple is indeed working on a car. “Project Titan,” as it’s known internally, is an all-electric vehicle that apparently “resembles a minivan” in its current iteration and has a team of several hundred people working on it. Read more here.