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Social Media Newsfeed: Zynga Gambling | Instagram Embedding

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Zynga Gambles on Real-Money Gambling Games on Facebook In UK (AllFacebook)
Struggling game developer Zynga is gambling on gambling, launching real-money Facebook gambling games including ZyngaPlusPoker and ZyngaPlusCasino in the United Kingdom, where online gambling is legal. VentureBeat reported on Zynga’s announcement in Barcelona, Spain, where Facebook director of games partnerships Sean Ryan introduced the Facebook games, which Zynga did not specify a launch date for.

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Social Media Newsfeed: Xbox One | Social Media Helping Tornado Victims

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Microsoft’s New Xbox One Teams with Spielberg and NFL to Create Interactive Social TV (LostRemote)
Xbox revealed its next-generation console today, Xbox One, featuring live TV integration and two big announcements to blur the lines between television and social gaming. The big announcements were focused on redefining the act of watching TV from a passive to an active experience — mostly on the first screen.

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Social Media Newsfeed: Oklahoma Tornado Captured on Social Media | It’s Official: Yahoo Buys Tumblr

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Vast Oklahoma Tornado Kills at Least 91 (The New York Times)
Emergency crews and volunteers continued to work through the early morning hours Tuesday in a frantic search for survivors of a huge tornado that ripped through parts of Oklahoma City and its suburbs, killing at least 91 people, 20 of them children, and flattening whatever was in its path, including at least two schools. Much of the tornado damage appeared to be in the suburb of Moore, where rescue workers struggled to make their way through debris-clogged streets and around downed power lines to those who are feared trapped under mountains of rubble.

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