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- If you're a Facebook user and a gamer, there's no need to venture to Gamestop.com or a brick and mortar location anymore. The videogame retail chain opened shop on Facebook with a market powered by Adgregate Markets. Potential buyers will be able to purchase games, read product reviews, find store locations, and of course, "Like" and share items. (TechCrunch)
- In a blog post, Android creator Andy Rubin addresses recent reports that his operating system is supposedly becoming less open and the team is upping requirements and restrictions with hardware manufacturers. Writes Rubin: "There are not, and never have been, any efforts to standardize the platform on any single chipset architecture." (Android Developers) More
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