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October 26, 2010 at 3:57 PM

Google giving developers 10,000 GoogleTV devices

The freebie of the day, if you’re an app developer, is coming from Google.

The company today announced that it’s giving 10,000 GoogleTV devices to developers building software for the fledgling platform. It started by giving 3,000 away today at the Adobe Max conference.

Here’s Google’s announcement, with details on where professional Web developers can apply for one of the devices, which start at $299.

Hopefully they’ll send one to Hulu.com, which doesn’t allow access from GoogleTV devices to its free TV shows and movies.

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