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MySpace gets slap on wrist

Facebook launches single sign-on for mobile, Microsoft expects to sell 5 million Kinect units before the year is out, and MySpace gets a firm warning from the big chief, Rupert Murdoch.

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Links from Thursday's episode of Loaded:

  • Facebook announces single sign-in for mobile and Facebook Places launches discounts and promotions for checking in

  • Microsoft expects to sell 5 million units of Kinect in 2010

  • AT&T announces AT&T ForHealth to help automate health care

  • MySpace gets a stern warning about performance from Rupert Murdoch

  • Facebook Credits are now the official currencyof EA social games

  • FourSquare is cracking down on fake mayors