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A roundup of the latest high-tech news “Hot Off the Wire” from The Associated Press and Local Tech Wire:

• Yelp to add restaurant reservations

SAN FRANCISCO — Social review site is letting its U.S.-based users make reservations at restaurants right on its site through an affiliation with

Yelp said Thursday that users who are logged in to their Yelp accounts can snag tables at local eateries by using an OpenTable pop-up that is linked to many of the business listings on Yelp’s website. Users don’t also need to be OpenTable members.

OpenTable Inc., which provides online restaurant reservations and guest-management services for restaurants, offers reservations at nearly 11,000 restaurants across the country.

Yelp hosts more than 11 million user-generated reviews in the U.S. and in countries such as France and Canada; 29 percent of these are restaurant reviews.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

• Google-owned DoubleClick buys ad tech startup

SAN FRANCISCO — DoubleClick Inc., an Internet ad service owned by Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG), said Thursday that it bought online ad technology startup Invite Media.

Invite Media, which is based in New York and Philadelphia, makes tools to help marketers bid on online advertising space.

Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Google bought DoubleClick in March 2008 for $3.2 billion. More recently, the online search leader passed the final regulatory hurdle in its $750 million acquisition of mobile ad service AdMob in May when the Federal Trade Commission unanimously approved that purchase.

• Yahoo promotes engineer to CTO post

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) has promoted one its top engineers, Raymie Stata, to the role of chief technology officer.

The Internet company announced Stata’s promotion Thursday, which marked Aristotle Balogh’s final day in charge of Yahoo’s technology department. Balogh told Yahoo in early April that he intended to leave the company for personal reasons.

Stata, 42, has been working at Yahoo since 2004, most recently as chief architect. He will report to Blake Irving, who was recently hired as chief products officer for the Sunnyvale, Calif., company.