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Facebook Hires Team Behind Android Photosharing App Lightbox

Facebook has just closed a deal to hire about seven employees from Android photosharing app Lightbox. The app will shut down and people can download their photos until June 15th. Along with the Instagram acquisition, the Lightbox hires will help Facebook prepare for a very mobile-centric future. Here's the full statement from Lightbox's blog:
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