This article was published on June 8, 2011

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Facebook has caused a stir by rolling out facial recognition technology to help users tag photos, Samsung could be preparing to buy Nokia, Google Maps tells you when your train is late (in a few cities, at least) and Twitter.com gets automatic link shortening. All of this is in today’s edition of The Next Web’s Daily Dose.

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TNWDailyDose 08-06-2011 by TNW Daily Dose

Facebook rolls out facial recognition in most countries

Samsung reportedly preparing to acquire Nokia

Google Maps can now tell you when your bus or train is late

Twitter introduces automatic link shortening on Twitter.com

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