Steve Jobs Made Fun Of Google Today, But Didn't Attack Facebook

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs took advantage of his opportunity to whack rival Google today, mocking that the iPad had 65,000 apps available for it, and Google’s new Android Honeycomb OS only has about 100.

But Apple did NOT attack its new rival Facebook today by releasing a social networking app, as had been rumoured.

Instead, Apple actually announced a tiny partnership with Facebook: It’s one of the sites you’ll be able to automatically upload video to from the iPad’s new iMovie app.

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