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Sept. 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook’s getting newsier, Twitter’s going mobile, Android’s on the rise

Facebook adds like-ranked news stories to its search returns »

"Tweets don’t replace journalism; they kick-start it and turbo-charge it." »

Google simplifies its privacy policies to make them "more transparent and understandable" »

Per Quantcast’s estimate, Android’s share of the mobile web market should equal that of Apple iOS within the year »

"A magazine made out of Internet": @alexismadrigal shares some lessons of @longshotmag with @CJR »

"“They are literally everywhere": why Xinhua could be the future of journalism (via @romenesko) »

The number of mobile users of Twitter has jumped 62% since mid-April »

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