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Google AMP
Google noted in a blog post that its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project, aimed at hosting and delivering fast-loading content to mobile devices from numerous publishers, is set to debut for users early next year. The company said that in the six weeks since its announcement, more than 4,500 developers have begun following the open-source AMP project on GitHub. The code repository has also seen 250 pull requests in this time, along with user-driven discussions about new features. In addition, the company announced today that ad networks Outbrain, AOL, OpenX, DoubleClick and AdSense have signed on to develop ads in…

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