CrunchWeek: Facebook’s Q4 Mobile Madness, BlackBerry’s Star-Studded Makeover, And All Things Crunchies

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Ready for a break from all that football to talk some tech? Well you’re in luck, because it’s time for CrunchWeek, the TechCrunch TV show where a few of us writers take a look back at the past seven days and talk about a few of the week’s most interesting stories. It was as interesting a week as ever for the tech world, so we pushed back posting a bit today to make sure we didn’t get too lost in the Super Bowl buzz.

This week, Leena Rao and I were very happy to be joined...

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