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Booting Up: CollegeHumor CEO Exits, Netflix Is In Talks for More Arrested Development

More? (Photo: IGN.com)

More? (Photo: IGN.com)

Apple and Google execs probably won’t be going on a long-weekend together anytime soon, but Eric Schmidt acknowledged that the two companies are in ”constant business discussions on a long list of issues.” No word if that involves any trust falls. [Apple Insider]

Paul Greenberg, the CEO of CollegeHumor, is leaving the comedy website. Cofounder Ricky Van Veen announced that two execs from fellow IAC company Electus will assume the position. [AllThingsD]

Here’s a how-to guide on the ways developers rip off Apple’s App Store. [Daily Dot]

Kickstarter-backed smartwatch project Pebble has announced 275,000 preorders and has shipped nearly 100,000 devices to backers. [TNW]

Netflix is in talks with the producers of Arrested Development for another season. [Vulture]

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