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Facebook Fires Up Android Beta-Testing Program

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One of the oft-expressed complaints about Facebook involves its traditional process of staggering the rollouts of new products, such as Graph Search and its redesigned News Feed. However, users who access the social network via Android devices can now access the latest versions of the flagship Facebook application prior to their release to the general public thanks to Thursday’s launch of the Facebook for Android beta-testing program.

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Sony Reaches Out To Instagram Shutterbugs In Facebook Contest

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Now that Instagram is officially part of Facebook, Sony is reaching out to mobile photographers for a cool contest based on the social network. Inspired by celebrities, the company wants to see what kind of creativity users can unleash through their Instagram photos. Participants can win Sony’s newest Xperia Ion smartphone or a trip to see Maroon 5 live in concert.

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Sony Online Expands Into Facebook Games With PoxNora

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poxnoraSony Online Entertainment (SOE), one of the largest and most successful online gaming companies of all time, has launched its first Facebook game, entitled PoxNora. PoxNora was previously available for play at PoxNora.com, and was hugely successful. The game was in fact acquired by SOE in January 2009, and has accumulated 2.5 million registered accounts so far. The game is a turn-based strategy game and collectable card game set in a fantasy universe. Sony also announced that they will “follow this inaugural Facebook launch of PoxNora with additional games for the Facebook platform based on both existing franchises and new intellectual property”.
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