AOL joins OpenSocial

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OpenSocial has said that AOL is officially joining the initiative to standardize how social-networking applications work, according to TechCrunch.

Not much is mentioned, but it is Bebo – which AOL bought for $850 million – is already part of OpenSocial, and it is integrated with the Facebook platform as well.

It is unknown if AOL will also support the recently announced fbOpen (Facebook Open), its platform to compete with the Google-backed OpenSocial. But with Bebo supporting the Facebook platform, it could move to fbOpen soon.

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