Google has become a strategic partner for VC firm Kleiner Perkins’ sFund – a $250 million fund that invests in social startups, including Spotify, Shazam, Flipboard, Lockerz, Klout, Path and Square. Google’s strategic role will provide “special support and networking opportunities” for funded companies – a role also held by Facebook and Amazon. TechCrunch, which reported on the news, does not know how much (if anything) Google invested in the fund when joining.

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