Who's Going To Buy The Facebook Phone?

Who's Going To Buy The Facebook Phone?

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Facebook unveiled its long-awaited mobile phone platform today. It is, as assumed, a Facebook “layer” on top of Google Android. I haven’t had a chance to use it yet, or even take a detailed look at the presentation. But I can already see where it might be useful and popular....
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