CNET News Daily Podcast: Facebook lets stream flow to developers

Facebook says it will let developers tinker with the Twitter-like flow of user content the social-networking site calls the "stream." What will this mean for users?

Facebook says it will let developers tinker with the Twitter-like flow of user content that Facebook calls the "stream." CNET News reporter Caroline McCarthy has more on what this will mean.

Also, the first Android Netbook will reportedly cost $250, and Google plugs PC power into cloud computing. Those stories and more, on Monday's podcast.


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Today's stories:

Verizon earnings get boost from Alltel

Apple: Shareholders did approve 'say on pay'

National Consumers League scolds MPAA on DVD copying

Qualcomm, Broadcom reach $891 million settlement

The latest from Facebook: 'Open Stream API'

The countdown to Microsoft's Kumo

Google plugs PC power into cloud computing

Report: First Android Netbook to cost $250

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