Pay $2 to promote your Facebook status?
Foxconn confirms there is an Apple television in the works, the makers of Angry Birds have a new game franchise, and you may be able to pay Facebook to promote your status update.
In today's show, we're buying status updates, finding a new route and building a new game addiction:
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The Foxconn factory for Apple products is preparing to build the much anticipated Apple television set. The chief at the Foxconnin a news conference.
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Diablo III, which comes out Tuesday, ison Amazon, beating out other Blizzard titles like World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.
And get ready for a new addiction. The creator of Angry Birds is launching a new game series this summer called. Players control a boy named Alex who enjoys building things. The Angry Birds game just reached one billion downloads, so let's see if Alex can stack up.
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