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TC Roundup: Facebook's Android app will soon work much better in emerging countries with weaker infrastructure

Facebook's Android app will soon work much better in emerging countries with weaker infrastructure: Facebook wants to bring the Internet to everyone in the world, and Facebook wants to bring, well, Facebook to everyone in the world, too. (VentureBeat)

Google acquires mDialog to improve DoubleClick's video advertising: In a post on Google+, the company said that it will "work with the mDialog team to incorporate their technology and expertise into our DoubleClick product suite," helping publishers on DoubleClick (which was a Google acquisition) monetize their video content. (Techcrunch)

Intel launches messaging app using cartoons to mimic sender's face: Intel Corp is getting into voice instant messaging with a smartphone app that uses facial tracking technology to caricature a sender's expressions. (Reuters)

Twitter bolsters social television push with SnappyTV buy: Twitter is forging ahead with its social television strategy, one week after losing two of the initiative's biggest champions. (The Wall Street Journal)

 

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